Jason Manning is the Director of Technologies in Kiewit’s Oil Gas and Chemicals engineering office based in Houston, where he has been focusing on expanding Kiewit’s technical leadership and minimizing execution risks. He joined Kiewit in early 2019, serving in a variety of roles including management of two technical departments, managing development of a new small-scale LNG liquefaction solution, and managing the process engineering of a novel project that pyrolyzes natural gas to high purity hydrogen and carbon black.
Most of his 23 years of experience has focused on the LNG industry, where he holds two liquefaction patents. He has significant expertise technically developing LNG projects from feasibility through startup and troubleshooting of running facilities, using a variety of liquefaction technologies. He regularly presents at internal and external conferences and training events. Jason is a member of the GPA Midstream Research Committee, holds a M.S. in reactive azeotropic distillation from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and obtained his B.S. from the excellent University of Kansas.