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KBR awarded Indian ammonia plant revamp contract

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KBR has announced that it has been awarded a contract by Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd (RCF) for the revamping of an Indian ammonia plant.

Under the terms of the contract, KBR will provide a technology license and basic engineering design of the plant, which is located in Trombay, Maharashtra, India. During the project, the existing Ammonia 5 plant will be revamped for energy savings to meet the new energy requirements in India.

KBR will use its proprietary PurifierTM technology. According to the company, this technology delivers low energy consumption, improves overall plant operations, and decrease capital costs.

John Derbyshire, President KBR Technology & Consulting, said: “Partnering with a government fertilizer company such as RCF to help them meet their new energy requirements is an important milestone project for KBR in India.

“This shows the immense amount of confidence and faith that clients have in KBR ammonia technology solutions.”

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