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Koch Pipeline Company Launches First-of-Its-Kind Mobile App

Koch Pipeline Company (KPL) today released a first-of-its-kind mobile app directed at providing helpful pipeline safety information in a simple format for people who live or work near pipelines that KPL operates. “We always strive to communicate effectively with our neighbors, and this app is the latest effort to achieve that goal,” said KPL executive vice...
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Fond du Lac Fire Department Receives Haz Mat Equipment Donation

Fond du Lac, WISC. - Koch Pipeline Company, L.P. donated approximately $50,000 in hazardous material equipment to the Fond du Lac Fire Department. The FDLFD was recently named a Type 3 Wisconsin Hazardous Materials Response Team, which requires them to respond in the city, county, and surrounding counties and provide assistance to other fire departments.  The...
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Koch Pipeline Company Donates Pipe to Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology

Editors' note:  Photos below. If higher resolution files are needed, please email deanna.altenhoff@kochps.com.  Okmulgee, OKLA. – Koch Pipeline Company, L.P. today announced it will donate 225 feet of pipe valued at over $11,000 to Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology (OSUIT). The pipe will be used by students majoring in a new Pipeline Integrity Technology program...
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Employees Plant Trees in Oakfield Park

July 18, 2014 - Eighteen Koch Pipeline employees spent a Saturday afternoon planting trees and shrubs in Oakfield Park. KPL volunteers planted 14 trees and a variety of shrubs and perennials at Oakfield Park in Oakdale, Minnesota. The employees also used the occasion to promote safe digging and the importance of calling 811 before any project. Read more

Koch Pipeline Donates Materials to Student Welders in Texas

Koch Pipeline Company Provides Donation to Help Student Welders at Ingleside ISD Wichita, Kan. – Koch Pipeline Company, L.P. (KPL) today announced it will donate 240 feet of pipeline to the Ingleside Independent School District. The pipe will be used by students taking welding classes to practice their skills. “We are grateful to Koch Pipeline for...
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Koch Pipeline Company Announces New Project to Move More Eagle Ford Crude

Wichita, Kan. – Koch Pipeline Company, L.P. will expand its South Texas crude oil pipeline system with the installation of an additional 24 mile pipeline in San Patricio County. The new pipeline will have an expected initial capacity of approximately 200,000 barrels per day (bpd). “We are seeing additional opportunities with the Eagle Ford shale play...
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Koch Pipeline Employees in Southeast Texas Participate in March for Babies

April 12, 2104 - Port Arthur, Texas --  Koch Pipeline employees and family members (aka  the “Pipeliners") helped raise money for the March of Dimes by participating in the March for Babies 3 Mile Walk at the Montagne Center near the Lamar University Campus. The mission of the March of Dimes is to improve the health of babies...
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KPL Employees Participate in Bowl for Kids’ Sake

March 2014 - This year the KPL northern operating group's Bowl for Kids' Sake teams raised $23,346.40 for Big Brother Big Sisters. The event was held in St. Paul, Minnesota. The teams had a record 37 bowlers this year, including (shown below left to right) Eben Spencer, Steve Molmen, Amy...
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Northern Operating Group Employees Raise Money for Big Brothers Big Sisters

Koch Pipeline employees raised $23,346 for Big Brothers Big Sisters at the annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake event. The team had a record number of 37 bowlers this year. The event was held at Park Grove Bowl in St. Paul Park, Minnesota. Below are team members (l-r): Eben Spencer, Steve Molmen, Amy Fischer, Steve Nelson, Shawn Waidelich. Read more