Compass Energy Systems has expanded its parts and service division into the southern United States. The compression and gas processing systems provider has a U.S. service team responsible for the northwestern segment of the country, which receives Compass' products out of its Canadian manufacturing hubs.
The expansion aims to offers parts and services to energy companies in the southern portion of the United States, with the initial goal of providing gas compression and process refrigeration services to the north Texas and Oklahoma regions.
Daniel Reynolds, a more-than-15-year industry veteran with ties to Texas, will lead the new service team, the company said. Compass President John Forgeron said the acquisition comes shortly after the company purchased Exterran's U.S. compression assets, including the Brittmoore Road Facility in Houston, Texas.
The expansion fits Compass' narrative of improving its footprint in the United States, said Bill Moore, the company's chief operating officer.
“Having a parts and service division to support our U.S.-manufactured gas compression products gives us the ability to support our customers through the full lifecycle of their equipment,”he said.