KPE To Present At The 2016 GPA Convention, April 10, 2016

March 30, 2016

KP Engineering (KPE) has been selected to deliver a technical presentation concerning a custom-designed NGL Fractionation Unit at the Gas Processors Association (GPA) convention to be held April 10 – 13, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The oral presentation will be given by KPE’s Program Manager of Midstream, Scott Baker, and Senior Process Engineer, Scott Green, on April 11 at 3:15 p.m. (CST).

The presentation, which provides an overview of the technical paper titled ‘Custom Large-Scale NGL Fractionation: Design to Delivery in 10 Months,’ will highlight how KPE successfully executed an expedited ‘design to delivery’ schedule of a NGL fractionator while overcoming a number of unique challenges. The project referenced in the paper is located in the Utica Shale region of the United States. KPE completed the engineering, design, procurement and fabrication activities for the project in late 2015.

About the 2016 GPA Annual Convention The Annual GPA Convention brings together more than 2,000 professionals involved in natural gas gathering, compression, treating, processing, storage and marketing, and natural gas liquids fractionation, transportation, storage and marketing, all with the common interest of meeting about – and making a difference in – midstream matters. For more than nine decades, GPA has led the midstream industry in research, technology, setting and adopting standards for natural gas and natural gas liquids, and more recently, working with legislators and regulators to represent the industry at state and federal levels. To learn more, visit

About KPE KP Engineering, LP, provides value-based EPC solutions to clients in the refining, midstream, chemical, and syngas industries. KPE provides a full range of EPC services and specializes in fixed-price contracting. KPE combines technical expertise and deep experience with an integrated engineering and project management approach to deliver cost-effective projects to markets such as domestic refiners, natural gas processors, chemical manufacturers, and storage terminal operators.


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