KROHNE Receives the Pipeline Research Council International In-Kind Support Awar

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KROHNE Receives the Pipeline Research Council International In-Kind Support Awar

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KROHNE, Inc. announces it has received the Pipeline Research Council International (PRCI) In-kind Support Award for its outstanding commitment and support of several significant research programs. KROHNE was presented with the award at PRCI’s Annual Research Exchange Meeting on March 3rd 2020, at the Westin San Diego in California. KROHNE supports PRCI research programs through donated time, hosted events and technical sessions, equipment, and other resources.

“PRCI is proud to present KROHNE with the In-Kind Support Award for its support of furthering several significant PRCI research programs” said Cliff Johnson, president of PRCI. “We look forward to our continued partnership with KROHNE and enabling research development and deployment in the energy pipeline industry.”

The in-kind support award is issued to companies that have provided significant contributions and support for furthering PRCI research programs. Specifically, these companies have provided the following support in a manner which is deemed “substantially above and beyond” the expectations for PRCI member company participation, and have made a major contribution to the success of many PRCI research projects and programs by providing data and information; providing equipment and/or pipe samples; providing access to operating pipelines and operating equipment for field data collection; evaluating experimental, developmental or early-entry equipment on their systems; and/or providing a high-level of human capital by bringing specific experience and spending numerous hours supporting the day-to-day activities of PRCI’s programs.

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