KBR (KBR) announced that it has received a three-year extension for KBR INSITE® monitoring and advisory services by PT Panca Amara Utama (PAU) for its Banggai ammonia plant in Luwuk, Indonesia. Banggai was the first ammonia plant in Indonesia commissioned using KBR's first PurifierPlus™ technology.
Under the terms of the contract, KBR will continue to provide its cloud-based INSITE services to proactively and remotely monitor plant operations, diagnose probable root causes for abnormal events, and recommend corrective actions based on deep-domain expertise to prevent events from progressing to unplanned shutdowns or undesired emissions.
"We are honored to continue our partnership with PAU for enabling the digital transformation of this plant," said Jay Ibrahim, KBR President, Sustainable Technology Solutions. "KBR has provided remote monitoring and decision support services to PAU from the start-up stages and this extended collaboration will further enhance the overall reliability, production and energy efficiency of the plant. We aim to accelerate PAU's digitalization journey and scale-up the overall plant operations, while also helping achieve its sustainability goals with a focus on reducing carbon emission and minimizing energy usage."
KBR combines deep process domain expertise, operations and maintenance know how, and digital technologies to offer a holistic portfolio of solutions that enable companies to improve operational performance by reducing emissions, improving energy-efficiency, and increasing production while reducing OPEX.