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Proplant Awarded Qatar Project
Date:6/2/2009

HOUSTON, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Proplant Inc. announced today it has been awarded an EPC contract by Qatar Fertiliser Company for their ammonia and urea plants Steam Integration Project. QAFCO operates the world's largest single site fertilizer complex with four ammonia and urea plants. Proplant will perform engineering, procurement and construction for this scheduled 10 month project.

The project includes tying in a new cogeneration steam production plant and integrating all their existing production facilities.

Proplant Inc. is a global EPC Company specializing in process engineering and construction projects for Fertilizer, Petrochemical and Refining industry. For more information please visit www.proplantinc.com


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