CB&I to help cut emissions at coal-fired units for $300mn

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CB&I (NYSE: CBI) was contracted for $300 million to execute an air quality control program for 13 coal-fired units at five sites, or about 9,000 MW of generating capacity.

Under the contract, CB&I will provide engineering, procurement and construction for emissions controls that will reduce sulfur dioxide, mercury, particulate and hydrogen chloride. CB&I was awarded the development phase back in September 2012.

CB&I provides wet and dry flue gas desulfurization, dry sorbent injection, nitrogen oxides and mercury removal, and particulate emissions control systems.

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