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Subject: PER

KP Engineering Announces Appointment of Two New Midstream Executives



TYLER, Texas, Oct. 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- KPE today announced the appointment of two new executives to lead its midstream operations in the Northeast Region. David A. Fitch, Senior Vice President of Operations and John Paul Elder, Vice President of Engineering will establish KPE's midstream operations and work to significantly increase the company's presence in the Marcellus and Utica natural gas basins.  

KP Engineering, LP, uses smart engineering to provide capital-efficient EPC solutions for companies in the midstream, refining, petrochemical and syngas markets that result in investment and delivery predictability. For more information, visit www.kpe.com. (PRNewsfoto/KP Engineering)

"We are excited to welcome David Fitch and John Paul Elder to KPE," said William E. Preston, KPE's President and Chief Operating Officer. "David and John are seasoned veterans in our industry who bring a high level of credibility and are a great fit for our management team. With their extensive backgrounds in the oil and gas sector including operations, engineering and construction, Mark and John Paul's energy, expertise, and leadership capabilities make them well-suited to help lead KPE into the next phase of growth."

David A. Fitch has a distinguished military career with the United States Navy and more than 15 years of experience in the oil, gas and energy industries. His most recent position was Senior Vice President of Operations for the Northeast Region for MarkWest Energy Partners, L.P., where he was responsible for the company's operations in the Marcellus and Utica Basins.

John Paul Elder has a deep background in midstream operations and engineering, and he most recently served as Vice President, Northeast Engineering for MarkWest Energy Partners, L.P.

About KPE 
KP Engineering, LP, uses smart engineering to provide capital-efficient EPC solutions for companies in the midstream, refining, petrochemical and syngas markets that result in investment and delivery predictability. For more information, visit www.kpe.com.

 

SOURCE KPE


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