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KBR to provide technical services for SK E&S hydrogen-development business

By Mary Page Bailey |

KBR, Inc. (Houston) announced that it has been awarded a contract to provide technical advisory solutions to SK E&S for its hydrogen development business in South Korea. SK Group announced late last year that it would invest in assets that will provide hydrogen as a next-generation eco-friendly energy source.    

Under the terms of the contract, KBR will provide technical solutions to support SK’s plan to build a 30,000 metric-ton-per-year (m.t./yr) liquefied hydrogen facility and supply liquefied hydrogen to various metropolitan areas in South Korea. The initial phase of the project includes KBR reviewing key licensor technologies.

“We are delighted to be part of this strategic project and to support SK’s philosophy of sustainable growth in the hydrogen sector,” said Jay Ibrahim, KBR President, Technology Solutions. “This contract award aligns with KBR’s strategic decision to provide differentiated and sustainable solutions to our customers. As a premier provider of technologies, value added design and project integration capability, KBR will leverage its hydrogen and cryogenic domain expertise to support SK in this critical phase of the project.”

For many years, KBR has been an industry leader in energy transition, offering proprietary sustainable technologies and professional services to clients to support decarbonization. KBR has been actively involved in the hydrogen value chain as a technology provider, an advisor and provider of differentiated project delivery solutions. KBR has licensed over 260 syngas projects involving hydrogen production and has completed a large number of projects involving gas compression and cryogenic handling and storage.  

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