Energy Services

Energy System Services

Shop & Field Service

Every WPI energy service professional is trained in the latest products and procedures through continuous in-house and factory education. Service offerings from WPI locations across the U.S. include:

  • Revamps of gas compressor packages
  • Application engineering
  • Emissions equipment and testing
  • Repowering engines
  • Exchange engines
  • 24/7 availability of aftermarket parts and service
  • Dedicated field and shop service technicians
  • Fully stocked equipment service trucks
  • MMS Program that allows you to monitor your equipment online
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Planned Maintenance

WPI offers the most comprehensive planned maintenance program for gas compression solutions to keep your equipment running optimally. Every WPI technician is highly trained, maintaining their expertise with ongoing in-house and factory training on the latest industry procedures and requirements.

Our gas compression maintenance solutions deliver peak performance and longer life. Partnering with WPI for planned gas compression maintenance provides more reliable performance and discounts on all other energy services and parts.

Compression Revamp Services

With decades of experience and state-of-the-art facilities, WPI offers Compression Revamping Services across many compressor package types. You spend millions acquiring, installing, and maintaining your compression fleet. Over the years, as your application conditions change, those compression assets may no longer be ideally configured for your needs.

Although your existing configurations may now be sub-optimized, the value-adding components of those packages can still have years of money-making life left in them. WPI’s team of revamp experts can help you reconfigure and repurpose underutilized compression assets, allowing them to continue generating production and profits for years to come.

Services Include:

  • Restaging – Increasing or decreasing the number of compression stages due to new or changing application conditions (suction pressure, discharge pressure, gas volume)
  • Cylinder Changes – Increasing or decreasing the compression cylinder sizes (without restaging) to account for new or changing application conditions
  • Cooler Upgrades – Re-tube, re-section, or complete cooler replacement to handle new or changing application conditions
  • Driver Changes/Electrification – Changing the engine brand, horsepower, or configuration (i.e., lean burn to rich burn) OR removing the gas engine completely and installing electric motors to drive the compressor and cooler
  • Sour Gas Conversions – Upgrading the process handling components of the system (compressor cylinders and distance pieces, vessels, piping, cooler sections) and instruments to work in H2S & CO2 applications safely
  • Engine/Compressor Overhauls – Engine top-end overhauls, in-frame overhauls, and complete compressor rebuilds either as stand-alone services or as part of larger-scale revamp projects
  • Emissions Upgrades – Complete exhaust upgrades, catalytic converter upgrades, and OEM or 3rd party engine control systems to ensure compliance with local and federal emissions regulations
  • Instrumentation/Electrical/Control Panel Upgrades – Panels, PLCs, conduit/wire, shipboard cable/tray, transmitters, remote monitoring