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KBR: US Appeals Court denies rehearing

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KBR Inc. has announced that the United States Second Circuit Court of Appeals has denied PEMEX Exploracion y Produccion's (PEP) petition for rehearing on a judgment in favour of COMMISA (a subsidiary of KBR) in excess of US$465 million.

This outcome follows a decade of litigation involving two offshore natural gas treatment, processing and reinjection platforms which COMMISA built for PEP, platforms which have been working and in use by PEP since 2004 but for which COMMISA was never fully compensated.

Stuart Bradie, President and CEO of KBR, said: "We are encouraged by this positive result for KBR's subsidiary COMMISA and believe this moves us another step closer to recovering substantial amounts long overdue for work performed decades ago.”

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