Mascari Keeps Focus On Service During Challenging Times – Take Five With Danny Mascari

By DJ Slater30 October 2020

A tough marketplace isn’t new territory for Danny Mascari, president of L.A. Turbine. He recalls the most recent downturn (2015-2016) in the natural gas industry well. While many lessons come from such struggles, there’s one key takeaway that Mascari never forgets – what are the best ways to serve our customers?

It’s a question Mascari always asks himself, especially now as a global pandemic continues to impact companies and professionals across all industries. The answers usually come in the form of enhancements to L.A. Turbine’s service capabilities and keeping relationships vibrant.

COMPRESSORTECH2 spoke with Mascari about the company’s latest turboexpander, its approach to service and how it endures amidst a downturn paired with a pandemic.

L.A. Turbine has had a busy stretch in recent years, especially after the launch of the Ares AMB turboexpander compressor. How has Ares been received since its launch nearly two years ago?

It has been a pretty busy stretch and by all accounts, Ares has been a success. We have quite a few machines that we’ve sold, built and commissioned that are running at NGL plants throughout the U.S. And, now we are at the proof of success phase gathering data about Ares OPEX and CAPEX performance within plant sites. People in the industry are talking about it and seeing the benefits of it.

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