BCCK names Baker VP of engineering
12 July 2023
BCCK, which has served the natural gas industry with gas processing solutions for more than 40 years, has promoted Naomi Baker as vice president of engineering.
Baker, who is based at BCCK’s office in The Woodlands, Texas, will be responsible for BCCK’s engineering and design principles throughout the company. Baker joined BCCK in 2022 as the director of engineering and has managed all engineering entities, including process, mechanical, instrument and electrical design. She has more than 30 years of experience in gas processing operations, engineering, design and business development.
Kevin Blount, chief executive officer, said, “Naomi’s expertise in engineering and gas processing has played an integral role in our growth and technology development. She has become a valued member of our management team and we are happy for her to continue in providing BCCK’s industry leading solutions to our customers.”
“I am thrilled to continue working to progress BCCK’s status as the leading provider of nitrogen rejection technology, gas processing and renewable natural gas processes,” Baker said.
Baker, a professional engineer, holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Texas Tech University. She is also co-inventor on 14 patents in natural gas liquids (NGL) recovery processes.
BCCK specializes in full EPC projects including concept, engineering, design, fabrication, manufacturing and complete construction services. Providing full EPC services helps BCCK improve project economics by being a single-source provider for all stages of a project. BCCK is also the industry leader in nitrogen rejection with its proven NiTech process. Headquartered in Midland, Texas, with a satellite engineering and sales office in The Woodlands, Texas, BCCK was founded in 1980.