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KBR to provide services across Papua New Guinea, including for LNG developments

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KBR Inc. has announced that it has been awarded a contract by Papua New Guinea’s Department of Petroleum to provide on going consulting, advisory and engineering services in relation to a number of new and existing energy and resource developments across Papua New Guinea, including upstream, LNG and downstream sectors.

In the statement, KBR claims that it will provide these services by making use of its strategy and technical specialists across multiple offices, including Singapore, London, Australia and Houston.

Jay Ibrahim, KBR President, Europe, Middle East and Africa and Asia-Pacific, said: “KBR is proud to help the Government of Papua New Guinea harness the full potential of their future energy developments.

“We are excited to showcase our extensive expertise to help grow this key market.”

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