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KBR wins ammonia technology for low-carbon ammonia project

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World Fertilizer,


The company has announced that its ammonia technology has been selected for a large-scale one million tpy low-carbon ammonia facility in the Middle East GCC region.

Under the terms of the contract, KBR will provide the technology license, basic engineering design, proprietary equipment and catalyst for the low-carbon ammonia plant. The project reinforces the region's focus to emerge as a leader in low-carbon fuels by capitalising on ammonia as a vector for clean hydrogen.

"We are honoured that our leading low-carbon ammonia technology has been selected for this world-scale energy transition project," said Doug Kelly, KBR President, Technology. "This project will be amongst the first large energy transition projects to come onstream in the world and we are excited to be part of this journey with several global industry leaders."

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/nitrogen/01032023/kbr-wins-ammonia-technology-for-low-carbon-ammonia-project/

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