Reciprocating and Centrifugal compressors are widely used in the natural gas industry; but when, where, why, how to use each technology is less understood. In this 3-day training course, attendees will learn the key differences between reciprocating and centrifugal compressors and their associated equipment, how to size and select them, and when each is the ideal technology to install. Pros and cons, including financial implications of each technology, will be viewed through the lens of real-world case studies.
JOSH SHAVER, SR. PROJECT MANAGER, LJA ENGINEERING
Mr. Shaver has 18 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, with experience across OEM, Operator, Owner, and consulting sectors. During this time, he has held the position of Professional Engineer in 21 states, with duties including various degrees of design for elements of mechanical, structural, civil, electrical, automation, and process design, project and construction management, purchasing, and quality control.
JAY LEBLANC, GULF COAST REGIONAL MANAGER, ARIEL CORPORATION
Jay LeBlanc is the Gulf Coast Regional Manager for Ariel Corporation. He attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where he earned a bachelors of science in mechanical engineering as well as an MBA. Jay has worked in the compression industry for 13 years serving in account and engineering management roles prior to his time at Ariel.
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