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KBR licenses ammonia process to Indorama in Nigeria

12:34 PM MST | December 14, 2012 | Natasha Alperowicz

KBR has confirmed that it will license its ammonia technology to Indorama to be used in a 2,300-m.t./day plant based on KBR’s Purifier technology being built as part of the Eleme fertilizer complex at Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Indorama’s selection of KBR’s Purifier technology was based on several factors, including the highest-demonstrated plant run lengths and the lowest energy consumption, KBR says.   “Indorama has a long-standing relationship with KBR,” says Manish Mundra, managing director of Indorama Nigeria. “As the...

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