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KBR to provide digital advisory services at Waggaman ammonia plant

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KBR has been awarded a 3-year contract by Dyno Nobel to provide digital plant performance monitoring and advisory services for its ammonia plant in Waggaman, Louisiana, US.

Under the terms of the contract, KBR will provide its proprietary digital solution and technical advisory services for the process and equipment health of the plant using the KBR INSITE® platform. The solution is targeted to maximise production, energy efficiency, and plant reliability while keeping its environmental performance in check.

"KBR is pleased to extend its services and solutions to Dyno Nobel, backed by decades of our industry and domain expertise," said Jay Ibrahim, KBR President, Sustainable Technology Solutions. "With companies consciously opting for sustainable operations, solutions such as KBR INSITE® help our clients achieve their productivity goals by ensuring energy-efficient operations with a minimal carbon footprint."

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