KBR to Provide Licensing, Basic Engineering Package and Proprietary Equipment for New Ammonia Plant

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KBR to Provide Licensing, Basic Engineering Package and Proprietary Equipment for New Ammonia Plant in Sulawesi, Indonesia

HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- KBR (NYS: KBR) today announced it was selected by PT Panca Amara Utama (PAU) to provide licensing, engineering services and proprietary equipment for a new grassroots ammonia plant in Sulawesi, Indonesia.


PAU's plan for a world scale grassroots plant with Ammonia capacity of 2000 Metric tonnes per day, will be built by Toyo Engineering Corporation and will be designed using KBR's Reforming Exchanger System and Purifier Technology. KBR's proprietary technology and equipment has demonstrated higher reliability and efficiency than conventional designs and offers the lowest proven energy consumption in the industry.

"KBR's ammonia process is a benchmark in the industry, as is evidenced by our global installed base," said John Derbyshire, President, KBR Technology. "We are honored that PT Panca Amara Utama has selected KBR Technology and look forward to working closely with our EPC partner Toyo Engineering Corporation to deliver a world-class ammonia plant. Award of this project continues KBR Technology's success in the Indonesian Fertilizer market."

KBR is a global engineering, construction and services company supporting the energy, hydrocarbon, government services, minerals, civil infrastructure, power, industrial, and commercial markets. For more information, visit www.kbr.com.



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