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KP Engineering completes cryogenic gas plant in Texas for Targa Resources

Published 04 April 2018

KP Engineering (KPE) has completed construction of the Joyce 200 MMSCFD Cryogenic Gas Processing Unit (Cryo) for Targa Pipeline Mid-Continent WestTex, a subsidiary of Targa Resources.

The Joyce Cryo plant is located in Rankin, Texas in the Permian Basin.

KPE provided complete EPC services, which included the main processing unit, compression, balance of plant items and associated infrastructure.

The Cryogenic Gas Processing Unit is designed to cool natural gas which allows the separation of pipeline-quality dry natural gas and valuable natural gas liquids.

KP Engineering president and chief operating officer William E. Preston said: "We are proud to safely complete the Joyce Cryo unit on-time and on-budget for Targa. 

"We know Targa places a high value on project execution, which is a strength of our KPE project teams."

KPE continues to fuel growth with new and existing clients. Other recent project awards include Tier III compliance projects, two syngas projects, refinery expansions, fractionation units, condensate splitters, terminals, and debottlenecking projects.

KPE's design creativity has led to innovative process designs that meet challenging product specifications of the midstream, downstream, and chemical industries.

Source: Company Press Release.