KBR, Inc.: KBR To Provide Purifier(TM) Technology for Two Russian Ammonia Plants

  KBR, Inc.: KBR To Provide Purifier(TM) Technology for Two Russian Ammonia

February 19, 2014

HOUSTON - KBR (NYSE: KBR), a global engineering, construction and services
company, announced today that Eurochem will use KBR's Purifier(TM) technology
licensed through Tecnimont S.p.A., in the design of two new ammonia plants
located at Kingisepp near St. Petersburg and Nevinnomyssk in southern Russia.

"Eurochem selected KBR's Purifier ammonia processing technology because it is
more reliable and has lower energy consumption than competing technologies in
the industry, resulting in reduced operating costs for the end user," said Roy
Oelking, KBR Hydrocarbons Group President.

Expected revenue from the contract will be included in the fourth quarter of
2013 backlog of unfilled orders for the Hydrocarbons segment.The contract
value was not disclosed.

"This award confirms that KBR is in the best position to provide Russia with
proven cost effective ammonia processing technologies to upgrade their aging
fertilizer plants," Oelking said.

As the world's leading supplier of ammonia process technologies, KBR has been
involved in the licensing, design, engineering and construction of more than
230 ammonia plants worldwide.


About KBR

KBR is a global engineering, construction and services company supporting the
energy, hydrocarbons, power, industrial, civil infrastructure, minerals,
government services and commercial markets. For more information, visit

About Tecnimont

Tecnimont S.p.A. is the main operating company of an international  industrial 
group  (Maire  Tecnimont  Group)  leader  in  the  sectors  of  Engineering  & 
Construction (E&C), Technology & Licensing and Energy & Ventures with specific
skills  in  plant  engineering  in  particular  in  the  hydrocarbon  industry 
(Fertilizers,  Oil   &   Gas,  Petrochemicals).   For   further   information: 

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Zac Nagle
Vice President
Investor Relations and Communications

Richard Goins
Director, Corporate Communications


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