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Kellogg technology in the 1950s expanded to steam pyrolysis, Orthoflow fluid catalytic cracking, phenolic cumene and coal synthetic fuels, and in the 1960s helium recovery, ethylene, and the Kellogg ammonia process were developed. Kellogg maintained its New York offices at 225 Broadway in the Transportation Building until 1956, when it moved to 711 Third Avenue in Downtown. In 1970, Kellogg moved from New York to Houston, Texas, and in 1975 they completed the move by relocating their research and development laboratory.
In the 1970s, Kellogg became the first American entrepreneur to win contracts from China. Kellogg’s international operations expanded with large ammonia complexes in China, Indonesia and Mexico, as well as an LNG liquefaction plant in Algeria and two receiving terminals in the United States, the world’s largest LPG plant in Kuwait and four liquid catalytic cracking units in Mexico.
In the 1980s, LNG and ethylene continued to go global with the introduction of millisecond furnaces in the United States. Kellogg went through several acquisitions and name changes until when it was acquired by Dresser Industries, an integrated services and project management company for the oil and gas industry. Ten years later, Halliburton bought Dresser and merged Kellogg with Brown and Root. to establish a new, larger subsidiary, Kellogg Brown and Root (KBR).