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BASF building Euro production plant

BASF is building a mobile emissions catalysts production facility in Środa Śląska, a Special Economic Zone near Wrocław, Poland. The new 40,000 square meter facility will be BASF’s largest in plant in Europe.

Canada: Shell contract

A subsidiary of Jacobs Engineering Group has received a contract from Shell Canada Ltd for the optimisation of Shell’s Waterton natural gas and sulphur processing complex in SW Alberta, Canada.

Alstom wins sulphur reduction contract

Alstom, in consortium with Stone & Webster Inc., has agreed with Duke Power to retrofit four power stations with Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD) Systems to control sulphur dioxide emissions.

Alstom wins UK Nox reduction order

Alstom has won the order from Powergen UK plc to install a new NOx reduction technology system on Unit 1 at Ratcliffe-on-Soar Power Station, located in Nottingham, England.

Clean power and hydrogen plant

Eight US electric utilities and coal companies have announced the formation of an alliance for the creation of a near zero-emission power plant and hydrogen production facility.

Clean gasoline production

BP has announced plans to invest over USD 110 million dollars on new clean gasoline facilities at its Cherry Point Refinery in the USA's Pacific NW.

AvestaPolarit invests in environment

In connection with the expansion of AvestaPolarit's Tornio Works, investments of more than EUR 100 million will be made to reduce the environmental impact of operations during 2000-2004.

Alstom wins boiler renovation contract

Alstom has won a contract valued at approximately EUR 20 million by the Renusagar Power Division of Hindalco Industries Ltd, India.

Cleaner coal plant

KFx Inc. and Arch Coal, Inc. have announced that KFx and Arch Western Resources, LLC, a subsidiary of Arch Coal, have reached an agreement to pursue the development of a 700,000 tpy K-Fuel Plus(TM) plant.

Jacobs wins BP Texas refinery project

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. will provide construction services for BP's fluid catalytic cracking unit (FCCU) motorisation project at BP's refinery in Texas City, Texas.