ITT bags Shell’s reverse osmosis watermakers supply contact

ITT bags Shell’s reverse osmosis watermakers supply contact

8:05 AM, 24th November 2015
ITT bags Shell’s reverse osmosis watermakers supply contact

HOUSTON, US: ITT Corporation said that its C’treat brand has bagged a contract from Shell Offshore Inc to supply reverse osmosis (RO) watermakers for the Appomattox development, located approximately 80 miles from the nearest Louisiana shoreline in the US Gulf of Mexico.

The RO watermakers are scheduled to be delivered in the first quarter of 2016 and will be built at the ITT C’treat facility located in The Woodlands, Texas.

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