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KP Engineering awarded syngas EPC contract

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KP Engineering has announced it has been awarded a fixed price EPC contract by Praxair to expand carbon monoxide production at its Geismar, Louisiana plant.

The award from Praxair is among several major projects KPE has secured within the last 12 months, including the recently awarded fixed price contract from Targa Terminals LLC, valued in excess of US$100 million.

“We appreciate Praxair’s confidence in our ability to deliver world class results for this important expansion in Geismar,” said William Preston, President and Chief Operating Officer of KP Engineering. “KPE's expertise integrates well with Praxair’s vision and forms an important part of our business, complementing our positions in the refining, midstream, and petrochemical sectors.”

The overall scope of the KPE project includes engineering, procurement, and construction. The project is expected to be completed in 2018.

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/11102016/kp-engineering-awarded-syngas-epc-contract/

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