Russia: Plant Engineering KBR’s Ammonia Revamp Project Commissioned for Acron

Editor: Ahlam Rais

Located at Dorogobuzh, Russia, the plant was revamped to improve its ammonia production capacity from 1360 MTPD to 2100 MTPD as well as to make it energy efficient. KBR’s KRES technology was used to revamp the project.

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KBR provided technology license, basic engineering design package, proprietary equipment, post-engineering and commissioning services for the project.
KBR provided technology license, basic engineering design package, proprietary equipment, post-engineering and commissioning services for the project.
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Houston/USA – KBR has recently announced the successful commissioning of its ammonia revamp project for Acron PJSC (Acron), at its Dorogobuzh site in Russia. The plant performance post revamp has surpassed all guaranteed parameters. This plant was revamped to enhance the ammonia production capacity from its original 1360 MTPD to 2100 MTPD and reduce energy consumption. KBR provided technology license, basic engineering design package, proprietary equipment, post-engineering and commissioning services. This ammonia plant was revamped using the KBR KRES technology.

"KBR is proud to support Acron to revamp its ammonia plant. This successful project once again demonstrates KBR's ability to revamp ammonia plants to reduce energy consumption, increase capacity, and improve reliability at low capital cost," said Doug Kelly, KBR President, Technology. "KBR's Sustainable Technology Solutions business unit is committed to providing sustainable and efficient solutions to its clients globally."

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