PKN Orlen has selected KBR’s Rose and Maxofin technology for its Solvent Deasphalting and Residue Fluid Catalytic Cracking units respectively which is a part of its Bottom-of-the-Barrel project at the Plock Refinery in Poland.
KBR has secured the technology contract from the Haifa Group for two of its process plants at Mishor Rotem in Israel. KBR will provide license, basic engineering design and proprietary equipment for both the plants.
Raízen Argentina has awarded a contract to KBR for modernizing its Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) unit at its Buenos Aires Refinery in Argentina. Under the deal, KBR will provide a basic engineering package for the FCC New Configuration Project.
The Iowa Fertilizer Company has selected KBR to provide Insite monitoring and advisory services for its Wever plant in Iowa, USA. These services will enable the company to monitor plant operations and suggest measures to prevent downtime.
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Under the terms of the contract, KBR will provide engineering, advisory and evaluation services for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s (NREL) various biofuel and biorefinery projects, thus advancing NREL’s renewable energy research and development.
Monolith Materials has selected KBR’s ammonia technology for its fertiliser project in Hallam, Nebraska, USA. The project is expected to use hydrogen as feedstock from Monolith Materials’ emission-free facility to produce carbon black and ammonia from natural gas, air and 100 % renewable power.
KBR and Johnson Matthey (JM) have entered into a contract to license an innovative ammonia-methanol co-production process technology which is capable of merging their unique ammonia and methanol technologies respectively.