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Exterran Holdings, Inc

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Exterran Holdings, Inc
Traded asNYSE:EXH
IndustryOil & Gas Equipment & Services
Founded 📆1990
Founder 👔
Headquarters 🏙️,
Area served 🗺️
Key people
D. Bradley Childers
( Chief Exec. Officer, and Pres) (2012.12)
Number of employees
📇 Address
📞 telephone

Exterran Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:EXH) was set up in 1990 and is now headquartered in Houston, Texas. Exterran engages in oil and natural gas production, processing, transportation and other related applications. Currently (2013.12) there are mainly three segments: Contract Operations segment, Aftermarket Services segment, Fabrication segment. 2013,.4, Exterran Partners LP acquired compression assets from the Exterran.[1]

Exterran was formed when Universal Compression (1954) merged with Hanover (1990) in 2007. Universal Compression went public in 2000 and then acquired Weatherford, Global and Gas Compression Services, KCI, LCM and TCS. Hanover acquired APSI and POI to enter the gas processing business, and reorganized into GBU concept before the merger.[2]


Contract Operations
Contract Operations business line owns a fleet of natural gas production, processing and compression equipment, and crude oil equipment. As of December 31, 2012, the Company's North America contract operations segment owns a fleet of 7,651 natural gas compression units with an aggregate capacity of approximately 3,376,000 horsepower and production and processing facilities. while the international contract operations segment owns a fleet of 1,032 natural gas compression units with 1,265,000 horsepower and a fleet of production and processing equipment.
Fabrication business line provides engineering, procurement and fabrication services mainly for the critical process equipment for refinery and petrochemical facilities. Besides it also provides fabrication for tank farms, evaporators and brine heaters. The products include line heaters, oil and natural gas separators, condensate stabilizers, mechanical refrigeration and some nshore and offshore production facilities
Aftermarket Services
Aftermarket Services business line provides components and maintenance related services to customers who have bought their equipment.[3]


Managerial Practice[edit]

In 2011, Mr. Danner departed as President and Chief Executive Officer, and Exterran named D. Bradley Childers president and chief executive officer (CEO) of Exterran.[4]

D. Bradley Childers currently serves as the CEO and the President of the company. Here is a list of Exterran Holdings, Inc's senior officers and directors (2012.12):

  • Mark R. Sotir Executive Chairman of the Board
  • D. Bradley Childers President, Chief Executive Officer
  • Gordon T. Hall Vice Chairman of the Board, Lead Independent Director
  • William M. Austin Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
  • Donald C. Wayne Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
  • Ronaldo Reimer Senior Vice President
  • Robert E. Rice Senior Vice President
  • Daniel K. Schlanger Senior Vice President - Operations Services
  • Kenneth R. Bickett Vice President, Controller
  • J. W. G. Honeybourne Independent Director[5]

Research & Development[edit]

2013.12, Black & Veatch and Exterran Energy Solutions, L.P. signed an exclusive agreement to develop modular natural gas processing units (Black & Veatch’s patented PRICO-C2™ process). [6]


  1. "Business Summary".
  2. "Company History".
  3. "Company Full Description".
  4. "Exterran Names Brad Childers Chief Executive Officer".
  5. "Officers and directors".
  6. "Exterran Signs Exclusive Agreement with Black & Veatch to Market Innovative, Cost-saving Natural Gas Processing Technology in North America".

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