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CB&I and Haldor Topsoe sign alliance agreement

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Haldor Topsoe and Chicago Bridge & Iron have signed an alliance agreement for CB&I to promote Haldor Topsoe's syngas-based technologies, as well as working together on EPC projects across north America.

CB&I has announced it has signed a long term alliance agreement with Haldor Topsoe, a leading catalyst and technology provider, that will expand CB&I's licensing position for syngas opportunities.

As part of the agreement, CB&I will promote Haldor Topsoe's licensed syngas-based technologies, which complement CB&I's existing technology portfolio. CB&I also will work with Haldor Topsoe on the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of plants in North America.

"This strategic alliance expands CB&I's portfolio to include syngas-based technologies and gives us additional competitive offerings for the industry," said Patrick K. Mullen, CB&I's Chief Operating Officer. "We have a long history of technology collaboration with Haldor Topsoe and are confident that through our combined expertise, this new partnership will bring tremendous value to our customers."

The alliance further expands CB&I's portfolio of more than 90 technologies and 3500 patents by leveraging eight additional Haldor Topsoe technologies, while capitalising on the company's EPC expertise.

CB&I and Haldor Topsoe have previously announced a technology bundling award for the Pertamina refinery upgrade, which will use CB&I's CDAlky® advanced sulfuric acid alkylation technology and Haldor Topsoe's wet gas sulfuric acid (WSA) technology.

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