KBR has been active on the African continent for nearly 60 years and continues to take on complex projects with its customers and partner nations. Our projects can be found from the Nile delta to the Cape of Good Hope as we help further industrial development. We have achieved many "firsts" in Africa, including the world's largest Gas to Liquids (GTL) facility at Escravos, Nigeria. Our SEGAS facility in Egypt not only made Egypt an exporter of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), but was the first 5 million tons per annum (MTPA) train ever built. We have built six LNG trains at Nigeria's Bonny Island, making it one of the world's largest oil and gas facilities.
Today, we are playing a leading role in the construction of ammonia plants in Egypt, a GTL facility in Nigeria and two more LNG liquefaction trains at Bonny Island, which will be the largest capacity LNG trains in the world. Nearly all of the labor used for these projects comes from the local population as part of our commitment to being a positive influence to those directly involved with our projects.
KBR's major African office is located in Johannesburg, South Africa.