Paris New Engineering VP At EMIT

20 January 2020

EMIT Technologies announced that Mike Paris has been appointed vice president of Engineering. Paris will oversee design, applications, project and controls engineering teams for the Sheridan, Wyo.-headquartered specialist in emissions control technology for natural gas compression applications.

Paris has extensive experience in the natural gas and energy industries. He previously was director of Engineering for Woodlands Energy Services for two-plus years and was COO at Sancus Energy and Power prior to that. Earlier, he spent 12 years as vice president of Compression for Valerus and more than 10 years as VP of Engineering for Hanover Co.

“Mike is an experienced and trusted leader whose extensive knowledge of engineering and gas compression is unsurpassed in the industry,” said Tyler Beasley, COO of EMIT. “He is exceptionally qualified to put in the work to achieve our goals and has the ability to take EMIT to the next level.”

“I’m really excited about the opportunity to take my 35 years of compressor packaging and lease fleet support experience and apply what I’ve learned in a leadership role at EMIT’s modern, cutting-edge facility,” Paris said.

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