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KBR awarded two contracts from Sasol Technology

By Gerald Ondrey |

KBR (Houston, Tex.; www.kbr.com) has been awarded two contracts by Sasol Technology (Pty) Ltd., to provide, respectively, engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCm) services, and basic engineering services for two of its petrochemical projects in Sasolburg, South Africa. The contracts total approximately $2.7 million, and work is expected to begin immediately. Under the first contract, KBR will provide EPCm services, including project management, time control, and cost and quality control for Sasol’s High Sulphur Diesel project. The goal is to enable Sasol to meet its local growth, sustainability and environmental requirements through the successful execution of the contract. This award follows KBR’s completion of the basic engineering phase of the project. Under the second contract, KBR will provide conceptual design for Sasol’s PVC (polyvinyl chloride) Closed Reactor Technology Plant, revamping and converting the existing open reactor technology to closed reactor technology. The scope of work includes modifications to the conning towers of the reactors, automatic catalyst and chemical dosing systems, and the design of an automatic reactor cleaning system.
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