14 July 1997 00:00 [Source: ICB]
Bouygues Offshore Australia, the Australian subsidiary of the French contractor Bouygues, has won a construction contract worth FF100m ($16.9m) from Monsanto Enviro-Chem Systems for a 1.45m tonne/year sulphuric acid plant at Murrin Murrin, Australia. The plant, which is being built for Anaconda Nickel, will be the world's largest single train acid plant using sulphur as raw material when onstream in March 1998.
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