KP Midstream (KPM), a division of KP Engineering (KPE), has been awarded a contract valued at approximately $30 million by a Major Utica/Marcellus Shale Gas Processor for a 60,000 BPD NGL Fractionation Unit.
KPM will perform engineering, detailed design, procurement of equipment, and piping fabrication. The fractionation equipment is designed to extract propane, n-butane, iso-butane, and light naphtha. This NGL Fractionator is the third unit at the plant-site. The project will be in production by the fourth quarter of 2015.
“KP Midstream draws on KPE’s unique downstream process expertise so that we can offer Condensate Splitting, NGL Fractionation, and Export Terminals to midstream processors,” said Scott Baker, president for KP Midstream. “We offer a full complement of engineering and design services to supply a single-sourced, quality product and an efficient delivery time.”
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KP Engineering’s construction partner on the Targa LEP2 Refrigeration Project in Galena Park, Texas has won an Excellence in Construction Award from the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Greater Houston. Ref-Chem L.P. was presented the award at the 2014 Excellence in Construction Awards Gala held at the Wortham Theater in Houston on October 30, 2014. KP Engineering provided detailed design and procurement services on this project and worked closely with Ref-Chem to ensure a successful project from concept to completion.
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KP Midstream (KPM), a division of KP Engineering (KPE), announced today that a Major Utica/Marcellus Shale Gas Processor has authorized KPM to proceed with engineering, procurement, and fabrication (EPF) for a 60kBPD NGL Fractionator in the Utica Shale.
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KP Engineering will provide project development services for a Refinery Expansion Project for a Rocky Mountain Refiner. The project will increase crude throughput, maximize distillate production, provide operating flexibility and address future environmental requirements. The project scope includes new processing units as well as modifications to existing facilities. The engineering work is expected to be completed by the end of 2014.
KP Engineering will provide project development services for a Refinery Upgrade Project for a Southwest Refiner. The modernization project will increase crude processing capacity and improve operating efficiency. The engineering work is expected to be completed during the first quarter of 2015.
KP Engineering will provide engineering design services for a large piping project at a Gulf Coast terminal facility. The design work is expected to be completed by the end of 2014.
KP Engineering will provide process engineering services to a Mid Continent Refiner to evaluate the capabilities of two distillate hydrotreaters. The debottlenecking study work is expected to take two months to complete.
KP Engineering will provide project development and detailed design services for a grassroots Crude Distillation Unit (CDU) to be located on the Gulf Coast. The CDU will be designed to process light crude oil and Eagle Ford condensate and will produce light and heavy naphtha, LPG, kerosene, diesel and a bottoms product. The engineering work is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2015.
KP Engineering will provide FEL-3 engineering services for required modifications to an existing Diesel Hydrotreating Unit for a Mid Continent Refiner. The engineering work is expected to take approximately three months to complete. The project, when fully implemented, will increase DHT capacity by approximately 20%.
KP Engineering has been authorized to proceed with engineering and procurement activities for a Refinery Expansion Project for a Mid Continent Refiner. The project will increase crude processing throughput and operating flexibility, as well as increase distillate production. The project is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2015.