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February 4, 2013
08:42 EDTPMFGPMFG, Inc. awarded three new environment orders with a total value of $7.5M
PMFG, Inc. announced that it has been awarded contracts with a combined value of approximately $7.5M for Selective Catalytic Reduction systems for three natural gas-fired power plants located in the United States. The first order is for the design and supply of three SCR systems to be installed at a new 1300-megawatt domestic, combined-cycle power-generation plant being built in the central Atlantic region of the United States. The equipment is scheduled to be delivered in the spring of 2014, with catalyst delivery in mid-year 2015. The second and third orders are aftermarket sales of SCR equipment, including new catalysts at a combined-cycle power plant in Texas and a simple-cycle catalyst in Southern California. Both of these aftermarket projects are scheduled to be delivered mid-summer of 2013.
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July 28, 2014
07:40 EDTPMFGPMFG, Inc. awarded $4.5M SCR systems order
PMFG, Inc. announced that it has been awarded a contract for multiple SCR systems to be installed on new fired heaters that are part of an olefins plant in Texas. The value of the award exceeds $4.5M. The project is scheduled for completion by late summer 2015. The two key olefins that are commonly produced are ethylene and propylene, which form the backbone of the petrochemicals market. Propylene, in particular, serves as the base for a number of products including plastics, automotive parts and synthetic fibers for clothing. Rising production of propane from U.S. shale formations are having a positive impact on the supply of propylene.

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