Enerflex has agreed to acquire the compression business of Mesa Compression for US$106 million. Mesa Compression, headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, has 689 compression packages producing 112,000 hp (83,518 kW) and 55 employees with operations in Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico.
The acquisition expands Enerflex’s presence into the Permian and Scoop/Stack Basins and increases its global contract compression fleet to more than 600,000 hp (447,420 kW). It will also increase the size of Enerflex’s U.S. rental products and services, including gas lift compression offerings.
Al Lavenue, president and general manager of Mesa, will become the senior vice president of Eneflex’s U.S. management team, responsible for expanding the company’s rentals business in the region. Lavenue has spent more than three decades in the natural gas compression services market. All of Mesa’s senior operations team will remain intact after the acquisition closes.
Eneflex is a supplier of natural gas compression, oil and gas processing, refrigeration systems and electric power generation equipment.