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KBR Awarded Contract for Ammonia Plant in Egypt

6:54 AM MST | December 28, 2011 | Deepti Ramesh

KBR (Houston) says it has been awarded a contract by Tecnimont for the license and basic engineering design of a new ammonia plant to be built by Chemical Industries Holding (Cairo) at Aswan, Egypt. KBR will provide Chemical Industries Holding with a license for its proprietary Purifier ammonia technology and related engineering services for its new plant, under the terms of the deal. The plant is being built on a fast-track basis and will support regional development plans in Aswan as well as Egypt’s drive to build modern fertilizer complexes, KBR says...

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