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KBR confirms urea contract award by Koch Nitrogen

10:51 AM MDT | September 2, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz

KBR today confirmed that it has been awarded a contract for a new grassroots urea facility being built by Koch Nitrogen Co. at Enid, OK. The reimbursable contract covers engineering, procurement, and construction services for the plant, which forms part of a $1.3-billion expansion project by Koch at the Enid facility. In addition, KBR will provide construction management services for expansion of the existing ammonia plants and site utilities and infrastructure to support the project.   The expansion will increase the plant’s urea and ammonia...

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