Norway: Green Fuels KBR Wins Engineering Contract for New Renewable Energy Facility

Source: Press release

Biojet’s new renewable energy facility will be developed in Ringerike, Norway wherein KBR will conduct technology evaluations, early engineering and project development for the project. Biojet aims to convert forestry residues to renewable and sustainable green fuels at the new plant.

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KBR has been awarded an engineering contract by Biojet for a concept study for its renewable energy facility in Ringerike, Norway.
KBR has been awarded an engineering contract by Biojet for a concept study for its renewable energy facility in Ringerike, Norway.
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Houston/USA – KBR has recently announced that it has been awarded an engineering contract by Biojet for a concept study for its renewable energy facility in Ringerike, Norway.

Under the terms of the contract, KBR will perform technology evaluations, early engineering and project development for Biojet’s project to convert forestry residues to renewable and sustainable green fuels.

“KBR is pleased to support Biojet in their mission to provide the European market with renewable and sustainable fuels by 2026,” said Jay Ibrahim, President – Sustainable Technology Solutions. “This award aligns with KBR’s focus on combatting climate change and affirms our position as a leader in the sustainable biofuels arena.”

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