KBR Inc awarded contract by Fertial SpA provide basic engineering design services

KBR bags contract to revamp ammonia plants in Algeria

7:09 AM, 11th September 2014
KBR Inc awarded contract by Fertial SpA  to provide  basic engineering design services

HOUSTON, US: KBR Inc has been awarded a contract by Fertial SpA to provide licensing and basic engineering design services to revamp Fertial’s Annaba and Arzew ammonia plants in Algeria. Under the terms of the contracts, KBR will supply Fertial its proprietary ammonia technology to significantly increase the production capacity of the Annaba and Arzew plants while simultaneously helping Fertial increase energy efficiency and overall reliability.

The contract value was not disclosed. Expected revenue from the contract will be included in KBR’s third quarter 2014 backlog of unfilled orders for its Hydrocarbons segment. “Fertial has embarked on an ambitious plan to revamp its ammonia plants in Algeria and we are very pleased to enter into a contract with KBR to help us achieve our strategic objectives,” said Jorge Requena, Chief Executive Officer, Fertial.


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