Joule Processing, LLC a provider of natural gas processing and treating solutions, today announced core additions to its executive management team. Joule continues to expand operations with recently awarded projects both domestically and internationally while adding successful facilities to our nation’s energy infrastructure.
Like most startups, Joule Processing LLC formed to meet a specific need. “My partner and I knew the growing shale plays would require additional gas processing and treating equipment,” says Daniel Kennedy, a process engineer who formed Joule with natural gas derivatives broker Benjamin Victor in 2009. “We believed there was a need for a company that would not only provide the equipment, but also would work closely with customers to understand their problems and find a cost-effective solution.”
Joule Processing, LLC (Joule) led a team of motivated volunteers to help build a Habitat for Humanity house in the Milby Park subdivision of suburban Houston. The build, part of Joule's ongoing efforts to give back to the community, was one of several builds in the neighborhood sponsored by Hess Corporation, Marathon Oil Corporation, Isla Carroll Turner Friendship Trust and students from the University of Houston.
Joule Processing, LLC (Joule) announced today that Jim Ducote has joined the company as a business development consultant. Headquartered in Houston and founded in 2009, Joule provides natural gas processing equipment and engineering services to producers and midstream companies. Equipment for purchase or lease includes J-T, refrigeration, amine and cryogenic processing plants. Value-added services include engineering, plant commissioning, start-up, operator training, troubleshooting and plant optimization.