JP Services announces launch of Nitrogen Services Division
Published by Aimee Knight,
JPH Holdings, LLC, a turnkey pipeline integrity solutions company, has announced the launch of its new Nitrogen Services Division to service pipeline owners and operators.
The Nitrogen Services Division provides nitrogen solutions in coordination with JP Services’ midstream offering suite that will reduce cost, hassle, and inefficiency for its customers.
“Adding the Nitrogen Services Division to JP Services’ platform is another step toward providing turnkey on-line, off-line, and end-to-end pipeline integrity solutions for our midstream and downstream customers,” said Chad Peter, Director of New Ventures. “Combining experts in nitrogen solutions with JP Services’ precision pressure testing, chemical cleaning and water management groups provides a one-stop-shop for clients.”
“I am extremely proud of the JP Services team for their hard work and passion for safety as we continue to grow and meet our customers’ needs,” said Justin Peter, President and Chief Executive Officer of JP Services. “We are very happy to announce the addition of Steve ‘NitroMan’ Conner to the JP Services team. Steve is well respected in the industry, bringing over 40 years of experience to the team. He is recognised as a leading innovator in Nitrogen applications in both the oil and gas and industrial sectors. Nitrogen’s cleaning properties reduce risk and enhance recovery, in both cleaning and pressure testing of pipelines. Customers can now avoid using multiple vendors and instead rely on JP Services to handle all their midstream and downstream service needs.”
The Nitrogen Services Division will fulfill nitrogen needs for both in and out-of-service pipelines for intrastate, interstate and gathering system networks nationwide.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/16072019/jp-services-announces-launch-of-nitrogen-services-division/
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