2019 GPA Midstream Convention
GPA Midstream honored several companies and individuals during the GPA Midstream Convention in San Antonio, TX. The awards program is one of the most visible means that GPA Midstream meets an obligation to more fully develop the midstream industry. The awards recognize individuals and companies that have contributed significantly to the advancement and development of the midstream industry.
GPA Midstream First Place Safety Award – U.S.
Phillips 66 Company
Azure Midstream Energy
M5 Louisiana Gathering
GPA Midstream Recognition First Place Safety Award – International
Bahrain National Gas Company
Phoenix Park Gas Processors Limited
GPA Midstream Chairman’s Award for Safety Improvement
GPSA Safety Awards
Compressor Engineering Corporation
Environmental Excellence Award
Award for Energy Conservation
The CEO Award for Company Service
Lifetime Achievement Award
Dr. Larry Lilly
Robert A. Hubbard
Committee Leaders of The Year
Jerry Gump, Linde Engineering North America
Elizabeth Hawkins, Targa Resources
Jaron Hill, Tapstone Energy
Adrienne Sandoval, Marathon
Committee Volunteers of The Year
Ricardo Aguiar, Movilab
Diego Cristancho, Dow Hydrocarbons and Resources
Aaron Doughty, Phillips 66
Christina Eckart, DCP Midstream
Jimmie Hammontree, Williams
Patrick Jacobs, EnLink Midstream
Barry Keys, Midcoast Energy
Jena Resnick, Antero Resources
Jessica Tyo, Flow-Cal
On the changing landscape of global natural gas trade, the US has magnified its export power by remaining a net exporter for 13 months as of February 2019.
EWAnalysis: US LNG producers eye major growth
- Energy Web Atlas
The US LNG market has experienced rapid growth over the past decade due to the availability of inexpensive feedstock and increased worldwide demand.
Regional Focus: Nigeria moves to expand its liquefaction capacity
The award in July 2018 of long-awaited contracts for the front-end engineering design (FEED) of Nigeria’s Train 7 gas plant expansion project to two consortia is the country’s latest attempt to address the enormous challenges of gas flaring and gas shortages for power plants and domestic consumption.
Reliable Operations & Saving OPEX for Gas Plant Refrigeration – Selecting the right technologies
By selecting integrally geared turbocompressors for gas plant refrigeration duty coupled with a mag bearing turboexpander, operators get the added values of technology with highly reliable operations and reduced OPEX. Join Sami Tabaza and Chris Blackmer from Atlas Copco Gas and Process for a presentation followed by Q&A surrounding the turbocompressor and turboexpander technologies that can efficiently and reliably fit your gas plant design and operation to get the advantages of both technologies.
June 18, 2019 10:00 AM CDT