September 2015, Vol. 242, No. 9

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Compression Report: Trade Keeps Sharp Eye on Changing Market

It’s a topic the general public doesn’t know much about, but there would be no natural gas pipelines – hence no natural gas – without compressors. Today compression is a main topic of conversation in the industry for many reasons, environment – which includes siting, noise and emissions control – economics, and engineering/construction challenges. As the natural gas industry continues to expand and change direction, more pipelines will be built in the next few years, all dependent on compression. Mike Paris is vice president of the compression product line at Houston-based Valerus, an industry leader. He began his career in 1985 in Corpus Christi, TX as a

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