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NNPC Awards Project Management Consultancy Services Contract to KBR

KBR declared it has been granted the Project Management Consultancy Services contract by Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) for front-end engineering design definition at the headquarters of NNPC in Nigeria.

Under the terms of the deal, KBR, as co-advisor with the National Engineering and Technical Firm Ltd (NETCO), will provide technical consultancy companies for four greenfield refineries in the ANOH and Western Forcados area.

This work is predicted to be performed over six months with KBR offering strategic advisory consulting on the elimination of condensate from oil export streams, which will cut dependency and expense of imported refined merchandise. The work will be carried out from KBR’s Leatherhead office in the U.K. with support from the Middle East and Houston.

The primary goal of the project is upgrading gas condensate to useful refined fuel products. This reduces the nation’s dependence on costly imported fuels and is well aligned with KBR’s gas monetization and asset optimization methods. Collectively, these strategies present a valuable, sustainable solution to Nigeria in issues of fuel safety, economic growth, and regional capacity building.

“We’re happy to be part of this strategic project supporting a prestigious associate to deliver the transition to a more and more sustainable energy solution for Nigeria,” stated Jay Ibrahim, KBR President, Vitality Solutions – Companies. “The work will be performed by KBR’s consulting staff, where our strategic master-planning capability resides to help customers enhance their sustainability, energy efficiency, and maximize asset efficiency.”

KBR is main the industry to meet the world’s ever-rising energy and chemical demands.


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