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March 27, 2008

Lummus Technology awarded heater contract

Gerald Ondrey

Lummus Technology (The Woodlands, Tex.), a CB&I company (, has been awarded a contract valued at approximately $140 million for cracking heaters for a Middle East petrochemical complex.

The contract, which is scheduled to be complete in late 2009, consists of nine crackers for an ethylene plant with a capacity of 1,165 thousand m.t./yr. In addition to this award, Lummus Technology is also providing the process technology and basic engineering under a separate contract.

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