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Compressor Stations

Designed for both upstream and midstream gathering and transmission projects, Spitzer Industries Compressor stations are used to gather and/or boost natural gas from the field to local delivery points. Stations are designed to be fully modular with a focus on quick, low cost installation allowing for reduced project schedules and less on site safety exposure. Spitzer Industries compressor stations can be bought as-is or fully customized to suit the needs of the end user. Standard configurations available from 5.0MMscfd to 120.0MMscfd.


Modular station approach allows us to shorten equipment lead-time by completing basic engineering, design, and drafting work in advance.

Modular station approach allows us to shorten project life cycle by minimizing time on-site

  • Most equipment and components can be manufactured prior to site preparation
  • Allows additional overlap between mechanical and civil construction which shortens project life cycle
  • Equipment can be manufactured during the permitting process
  • Reduces on-site time which lessons the impact of potential weather and environmental delays
  • Modular skids are design to be installed skid-to-skid when possible which eliminates field fabricated piping between skids
  • Utilize shop fabricated piping and “golden” field welds to essentially eliminate on site pipe fabrication and the need for on-site hydrotesting

Phased designs allow for flexibility as your station needs grow and decline over time.

  • Commonality between skids allow the customer to remove and install equipment from station to station as needs change

Spitzer Industries offers a wide range of station sizes to fit your individual needs

Stations are fully modularized and require little to no field fabrication of piping and structural steel erection

Spitzer Industries has over 20 years of modular compressor station experience in all major US oil and gas basins.

Standard Packages

Spitzer Industries modular compressor station are designed around the natural gas engine driven reciprocating compressor primarily used in gathering and low volume gas transmission applications. Stations designed to be used in conjunction with up to ten (10) reciprocating compressors.


Equipment included, but not limited to, Spitzer Industries Standard Compressor Stations:

  • Inlet Separation / Slug Catcher
  • ESD system
  • Inlet Filtration if desired
  • Compressor Pipe Racks
  • Fuel Gas Treating and Conditioning
  • Liquids separation, handling and storage
  • Discharge Separation and Filtration
  • Discharge Dehydration
  • Inlet, Outlet, and Fuel metering if required


Equipment is not pre-fabricated for a one-size fits all approach; full customization available upon request

  • Stations can be fully customized to meet client specifications and requirements
  • Can be tailored to fit customer specific process conditions and challenges


Stations designed to meet a wide range of process conditions

  • Suction pressures from 15PSIG to 250PSIG
  • Discharge pressures from 850PSIG to 1,350PSIG
  • Gas volumes from 5.0MMscfd to 120.0MMscfd


Spitzer Industries is capable of providing a full turn-key solution, taking your project from conception to commissioning in the shortest time possible.

  • Engineering
  • Fabrication
  • Procurement
  • Construction
  • Commissioning

Optional Features

Spitzer Industries offers custom engineered and fabricated modular compressor stations to fit your individual needs. Some additional services we offer are as follows:

  • Permitting Assistance
  • Process Simulations (BR&E ProMax)
  • HAZOP assistance
  • PFD Development
  • P&ID Development
  • Site and Civil Engineering Support
  • Construction Management
  • Start-Up and Commissioning Support
  • Electrical and Controls Design

Process Description

Low pressure gas is “gathered” to a common location where it enters a slug catcher to remove all free liquids which are sent to a three phase separator. The gas is then sent into a header system where is feed the natural gas driven reciprocating compressor that boosts it up to the sales line pressure. This gas is typically separated and filtered to remove any free liquids and impurities before entering a TEG Dehydration system. Once the gas is dried to pipeline specifications it is metered and sent to the delivery point.

Hydrocarbon liquids gathered from the three phase separator are typically separated and sent to either on-site storage for future haul off or re-injected into the discharge for processing at a central facility. Water and environmental drains are gathered throughout the station and stored on-site for future haul off and disposal.

Fuel gas for compression is pulled from the station discharge line and further conditioned to be used in the natural gas driven compressor package. All gas entering, exiting, and consumed within the station can be metered on a case by case basis.

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