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KBR subsidiary wins contract in Turkmenistan

KBR announced its M.W. Kellogg Ltd. (MWKL) subsidiary has entered into a license agreement and basic engineering design (BED) agreement with Kawasaki Plant Systems, Ltd. (K-Plant) for the Mary Project, anticipated grassroots ammonia and urea plants to be located in Turkmenistan.

MWKL's services include the development of a basic engineering design package and the provision of an ammonia license in order for K-Plant to engineer, procure and construct the ammonia and urea plants of the Mary Project.

A state-owned enterprise of the Republic of Turkmenistan, Turkmenhimya is commissioning the Mary Project effort, with support from Sojitz Corporation.



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