Canada’s Compass Energy Systems changes U.S. name

Compass Compression Solutions now Compass Energy Systems (USA) Inc.

Calgary, Alberta, Canada-based Compass Energy Systems Ltd. has changed its US subsidiary name from Compass Compression Solutions Inc. to Compass Energy Systems (USA) Inc.

Compass started operating in the United States in 2012 with field services in Wyoming and North Dakota. Since then, additional people, trucks, branches, and parts depots have been established in Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, and other states. In 2020, Compass added talent and a notable fabrication facility in Houston, Texas, when it acquired Exterran’s U.S. natural gas compression assets. 

Canada’s Compass Energy Systems Ltd. has renamed its US subsidiary Compass Energy Systems (USA) Inc. (Image Compass Energy Systems Ltd.)

“Over the past three years, Compass has achieved remarkable growth in the U.S., and we are proud of what we have accomplished,” said John Forgeron, president. “This amendment to our U.S. name better communicates the offering we bring to the U.S. market in compression, process, and power equipment, plus the full suite of energy transition projects we do in areas of electrification, carbon capture, hydrogen, helium, and more.”

Aligning the company names in Canada and the U.S. helps minimize any current confusion, supports the Company’s ongoing growth and expansion plans, and will help solidify Compass’s position as an international leader in energy system solutions for all types of applications, the company said.

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