13 December 2007 00:29 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS news)--Engineering and construction company KBR said on Wednesday it was awarded a $57m (€39m) contract by MAN Ferrostaal (MFS) to provide engineering services for an ammonia plant being built in Venezuela.
KBR said the plant will have a production capacity of 1,800 tonnes/day and will be built near state-owned producer Petroquimica de Venezuela’s (Pequiven) petrochemical complex in ?xml:namespace>
“This award marks KBR’s fourth consecutive ammonia project with MFS,” KBR Downstream President John Quinn said.
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