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KBR and Southern Company subsidiary announce TRIG cooperation agreement  

By Gerald Ondrey |

KBR (Houston; www.kbr.com) and Southern Company subsidiary, Southern Generation Technologies, today announced a cooperation agreement through which both organizations will collaborate in an effort to expand the global adoption of Transport Integrated Gasification — or TRIG — technology. Under the terms of this agreement, KBR will lead the sale and delivery of all TRIG licenses worldwide, including those for power applications. KBR will provide sales, delivery and project management capabilities, and KBR’s Technology Business Unit will be supported in the power market by its Power Business Unit for the delivery of services. Southern Company’s subsidiary will provide operating and engineering expertise, along with ongoing research and development and technical support. “This new collaboration between KBR and Southern Company will utilize the respective strengths of each organization to deploy commercial TRIG licensed processes worldwide and accelerate the adoption of TRIG in the marketplace,” ysill Utt, KBR chairman, president and CEO. “Expanding the licensing rights of the technology to encompass power projects now positions KBR into a larger market. This agreement expands KBR’s Technology…
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