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Valerus Relocates Headquarters, Expands


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Valerus Compression Services has relocated their corporate office to Houston, Texas, U.S.A. and announced the opening of several operations facilities in Odessa and Fort Worth, Texas and Lafayette, Louisiana and McAlester, Oklahoma, U.S.A. These new facilities complement two existing fabrication facilities in Victoria and Bay City, Texas, bringing Valerus’ total under roof fabrication area to 175,000 square feet.

“Our commitment to our customers is first and foremost in our decision to expand in these areas,” said Mike McGhan, Valerus, Co-CEO. “In order to maximize efficiency and reliability we put service centers and operators where they can best impact our customer’s equipment supply and production.”

Valerus services include sales, engineering, design, fabrication of gas compressors and production equipment as well as technical and operational support for gas handling needs.

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