28 December 2011 13:28 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--KBR has won a contract to provide basic design engineering and a technology license for an ammonia plant to be built in ?xml:namespace>
KBR said the project by Chemical Industries Holding (Kima) in
KBR did not disclose the project’s capacities, expected start-up time, or financial details.
“We are honoured that Kima has selected KBR and look forward to working closely with our EPC [engineering, procurement and construction] partner Tecnimont to deliver a world-class ammonia plant to Kima,” said John Derbyshire, president of KBR Technology.
Last week, KBR announced it won a contract to help revamp and expand a 1,000 tonne/day ammonia plant at Baiji, Iraq.
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