KBR awarded contract revamp North fertilizer plant in Iraq

KBR awarded contract to revamp North fertilizer plant in Iraq

9:27 PM, 23rd December 2011
KBR awarded contract to revamp North fertilizer plant in Iraq

TEXAS, US: KBR announced that it has been awarded a contract by First Global Company to revamp the North fertilizer plant in Baiji, Iraq. KBR will provide a license for its proprietary ammonia process and related engineering services to increase the plant capacity to 120 per cent of the original design.

“KBR is proud to have the opportunity to work with First Global Company to revamp the North Fertilizer Plant. Helping our licensors debottleneck their plants and achieve greater production capacities and process efficiencies is one of our core competencies and will be an area of significant growth worldwide,” said John Derbyshire, President, KBR Technology.

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