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KBR Awarded Projects in Samoa, Egypt

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Houston-based KBR was awarded a contract by the Asian Development Bank to prepare for a proposed water sector project in Samoa. KBR will prepare a national sanitation master plan; a draft land-use plan for Apia; and a Greater Apia integrated water supply, sanitation and drainage master plan.

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The sustainable development project will focus on providing a secure and efficient water supply and wastewater management.

The plans will recommend upgrades to existing water infrastructure, new infrastructure, flood mitigation works and components to a water demand management program.

KBR was also selected by BP to undertake the second stage of concept selection and definition for the onshore terminal and export pipelines for BP’s West Nile Delta Development in Egypt.

KBR will develop a technical definition package for an onshore terminal that will process 1,000 million cu ft per day of gas and condensate to sales specifications from a number of offshore fields. The award follows the execution of the project’s first stage undertaken by KBR and builds upon the feasibility work completed by KBR’s consulting subsidiary, Granherne.

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