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WorleyParsons Wins New Contract for NOVA Corunna Cracker Expansion

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SUGAR LAND--July 6, 2018--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--WorleyParsons has been awarded a new three-year contract by NOVA Chemicals for continued engineering on the Corunna Cracker Expansion Project (Phase 3) in Ontario Canada. Industrial Info has tracked this project since 2011. In all, Industrial Info is tracking $2.6 billion in NOVA project activity.

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