KPE will provide engineering services for a Rocky Mountain Refiner to review and evaluate the installation of a new Flare Gas Recovery Unit (FGRU). KPE will also assist the refiner in the preparation of required supporting documentation for the new FGRU. The engineering work is expected to take approximately two months to complete.
KP Engineering will provide conceptual design and feasibility engineering services to define required modifications to NGL Fractionation Units as part of a heat integration study. The deliverables for the feasibility study will include PFD modifications, control philosophy, preliminary hydraulic analysis and associated pump requirements. Pending client approval, the study will likely lead to a second phase that includes detailed engineering, cost estimating and PHA participation. The feasibility study is expected to take approximately two weeks to complete.
KP Engineering will provide detailed engineering services for a Southwest Refiner to facilitate the blending of biodiesel into the refinery’s diesel loading system. The scope of work will include the preparation of engineering design packages that will be used to solicit construction bids. The engineering work is expected to take two months to complete.
KP Engineering will prepare engineering design packages for a Southwest Refiner that define the modifications required to the refinery’s blending system to facilitate the load out of regular and premium gasoline. The detailed engineering work is expected to take three months to complete.
KP Engineering provided process consulting services to a Mid-Continent Refiner. The refiner was experiencing problems with the wash oil section on their Vacuum Distillation Unit (VDU). KPE refinery process experts provided several recommendations for wash oil system improvement. KPE’s recommendations included specific guidance in regard to packing, distribution nozzles, wash oil control devices and instrumentation, and other process related issues.
KP Engineering will provide process engineering services to a Mid-Continent Refiner as part of a Crude and Vacuum Distillation Unit study. The refinery needs to balance crude throughput and crude slate flexibility, while assessing the impact on downstream processing units. The feasibility study is expected to take one to two months to complete and will be performed by KPE crude distillation and fractionation experts.
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KP Engineering Acquires McDaniel Process Engineering Consultants, Inc.
Acquisition affirms KP Engineering’s long-term growth in the face of industry downturn
Tyler, Texas–June 6, 2016– KP Engineering (“KPE”), one of the industry’s leaders in engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) solutions, today announced the completion of its acquisition of McDaniel Process Engineering Consultants, Inc. (“MPEC”), a chemical engineering consulting and design firm based in Houston, Texas. The acquisition of MPEC will enhance KPE’s expertise in refining, midstream and petrochemical process engineering, particularly fractionation applications.
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Award affirms KP Engineering’s long-term growth in the face of industry downturn
Tyler, Texas–May 9, 2016– KP Engineering (“KPE”), one of the energy industry’s leaders in engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) solutions, announced today that it has secured a fixed price contract in excess of $100 million dollars from Targa Terminals LLC , a subsidiary of Targa Resources Corp. (NYSE: TRGP).
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