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Technip wins contract for Basra refinery upgrade
French engineering group Technip and Japan's UNICO have won a project management consultancy (PMC) contract for the upgrade of a refinery in Basra, Iraq, to increase its production capacity.
Novo Nordisk builds new plant for hemophilia treatments
Novo Nordisk is expanding its production of hemophilia products with a new 7,500 square meter facility in Kalundborg, Denmark.
Aecon wins another construction contract at new Alberta refinery
Construction and engineering firm Aecon Group Inc. has won a contract for additional work related to the Sturgeon Refinery Project in Alberta, Canada.
Honeywell starts production of petrochemical catalysts in China
Honeywell announced this week the inauguration of a new manufacturing facility in China to make materials used in petrochemical production.

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