Jacobs bags Pemex ammonia plant rehabilitation project

Jacobs bags Pemex ammonia rehabilitation project

9:54 AM, 18th August 2017
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DALLAS, US: Jacobs Engineering Group Inc (JEC) has been awarded a contract from Pemex Fertilizantes to deliver project management contract (PMC) services for the Ammonia IV rehabilitation project in the Cosoleacaque petrochemical complex in Veracruz, Mexico.

Pemex Fertilizantes is rehabilitating the Ammonia IV plant, and its associated auxiliary facilities, in order to restore its operating design capacity and reduce the risks associated with non-programmed shutdowns and abnormal operations. As PMC contractor for Pemex Fertilizantes, Jacobs supervises the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor developing the Ammonia IV plant rehabilitation.

“Building on our outstanding performance as PMC service provider for their Minatitlan refinery reconfiguration project, we are committed to support Pemex in delivering the Ammonia IV rehabilitation project safely and successfully,” said Mark Bello, Jacobs petroleum and chemicals senior vice president downstream.

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