DEW POINT CONTROL
Myron Goforth and Steve Wanderman founded Dew Point Control in 2003 to help gas producers meet pipeline dew point specifications. The two of them had over 60 years of combined midstream experience and created a company that had the engineering experience to supply producers with the equipment that they actually needed. Steve was instrumental in the design of DPC’s reliable equipment line and retired in 2014.
Reliable, Easy to Operate and Install Equipment
DPC specializes in rental hydrocarbon liquid control solutions including JT units, refrigeration plants, and NGL stabilization. All DPC’s equipment is designed for easy use and quick installation. Specifically, we designed our equipment with a part time pumper/operator in mind. Our equipment is just as capable in an otherwise empty field in the Permian or the middle of a fractionating gas plant in the Marcellus. All of our equipment is skid mounted and seldom requires foundations. We have all different sizes and have designed a plug and play system where equipment can be swapped out easily as conditions change. We always support our clients with 24/7 technical support which is included in our leases.
DPC maintains a large rental fleet, expert technicians, and an ASME coded shop to respond quickly to customer needs. DPC rental equipment is often used to get gas to market while permanent equipment is being designed and installed. DPC rental equipment is in service all over the United States and boasts a client list that is the envy of the industry.
DPC prides itself on helping clients determine the equipment they actually need, not just the equipment they need from our catalog. DPC has four experienced midstream engineers on staff. Click here to learn more about your options for gas processing or call us today and speak with one of our engineers about your gas.
Expert Engineering Expertise
DPC is proud of employing engineers that know the industry and can recognize what their clients need. DPC doesn’t have salesman, talk to an engineer immediately and make sure our equipment is your best fit. If not our engineers will tell you and point you in the right direction. Learn more about our engineers below:
DPC’s president Myron Goforth’s career began in 1976 as a process engineer for Cities Service Oil and Gas. He has worked in all areas of gas processing including but not limited to process engineering, plant management, construction management, business development, gas measurement and corporate management both domestically and international. He worked for Cities Service Oil and Gas, OXY, Prairie Producing and Unocal before he founded Dew Point Control in 2003. He has a chemical engineering degree from LSU, an MBA from University of Tulsa and is a licensed Texas Professional Engineer (Chemical).
DPC’s operation manager Joel Schweers is a mechanical engineer and has thirty years’ experience in the petrochemical and oil & gas industries. He has worked both as an operator and a contractor, in the positions of project engineer, project manager, operations engineer, field engineer and maintenance manager. He has been with Dew Point since 2006 and has led over forty startups, making him intimately familiar with design, installation, commissioning, operation and troubleshooting of the equipment.
DPC’s director of field operations Brent Jarrell joined Dew Point Control in March of 2012. He leads the majority of DPC’s startup and plant commissioning operations. Prior to working for DPC, Brent worked in the manufacturing and fabrication industry. Brent has a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M and is a licensed Professional Engineer (Mechanical) in Texas.
DPC’s process engineer Marshall Goforth has been working as a process engineer in midstream since 2015. Prior to DPC Marshall worked for Enbridge out of Fort Worth. He is a chemical engineer and has degrees from the University of North Dakota, Texas A&M and is a certified Texas Engineer in Training who has passed the Chemical P.E. exam.