The growth expands the company’s footprint in Wichita, Kan., and Tulsa, Okla., KAG said.
“The new business and expansion is especially important as it grows our geographic footprint throughout the Midwest, bridging the geography gap between the Rocky Mountains and the upper Midwest,” said Jason Platt, executive vice president of KAG Energy.
KAG Energy’s Green Bay, Wis., regional scheduling center will be responsible for dispatch operations in the region. The division’s expanded Midwest presence comes “in concert with” its strategic partners, KAG added.
“Our strategic partners challenged us to start up operations in this marketplace under a tight timeline,” Platt concluded. “Without hesitation, the entire KAG team worked together to execute an aggressive plan to meet the needs of our customers. I am particularly proud of our Midwest operational team as they stepped up to make this happen seamlessly and opened the door for additional growth opportunities in the future.”