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KBR to study proposed upgrade to ToAZ ammonia complex in Russia

07.18.2013  | 

During the initial phase, KBR will evaluate plant operations to identify bottlenecks, define technical and commercial requirements, and examine process schemes prior to licensing technology.

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KBR has been selected by Togliattiazot Corp. (ToAZ) to perform revamp studies for seven ammonia plants located in Togliatti, Russia, the company announced on Thursday. 

The ToAZ revamp project will be the world’s largest upgrade of an ammonia complex, with the seven plants located at the same site.

During the initial phase, KBR will evaluate plant operations to identify bottlenecks, define technical and commercial requirements, and examine process schemes prior to licensing KBR technology.

KBR’s conventional and revamp technologies are known in the industry to boost operational efficiencies, on-stream reliability and total ammonia production.

“KBR is proud to be selected by ToAZ for this revamp study,” said John Derbyshire, president of KBR Technology.

“Helping our clients achieve greater production capacities with no lost shutdown time is one of our core competencies and will continue to be an area of significant growth worldwide," he added.

 



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