Welcome to Compella Compression
Leading The Way From Fossil Fuels To Renewable Energy
Compella Compression Pty. Ltd. is an early-stage company established in 2014 by a group of founders highly experienced in the oil and gas industry as well as in gas compressor engineering. We own the exclusive license for the technology used to develop the Compella Compressor for the purpose of CSG applications.
Each With Over 40 Years Experience In Gas Compression
Tony's background is primarily mechanical engineering and management. Successfully negotiated contracts and delivered 4 major projects for clients valued in excess of $60 million after engaging necessary skills and resources, with zero lost time injuries. Responsible for $200+ million fabrication, supply and pre-commissioning of 81 large natural gas compressor packages delivered to client Queensland Gas Company.
Tony has managed team sizes in excess of 100 technical and engineering personnel and experience in laboratory establishment and management, gas pipeline systems maintenance management and project management for construction and operations. Tony has over 30 years of international gas industry business experience in NZ, Australia, USA, Canada, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany and Malaysia. He is a Life Fellow and past president of the NZ Institution of Gas Engineers.
Graham has a background in civil and mechanical engineering and is particularly adept at managing large projects and has evolved into a specialist in compressor engineering.
Graham was a director and integral part of growing a professional engineering company, Independent Technology Ltd based in New Plymouth, from startup to a $30 million per year gross turn-over company which was sold 23 years later in 2013.
During that time, Graham’s role evolved to suit the expanding business concluding as Project Director for the larger projects, and manager of the gas compression group in Australia and New Zealand. Examples of large projects include a $35 million Cheal Expansion Project in 2013 involving offshore packaged equipment, installation in a brownfields oil & gas facility, with oil and gas pipelines tying into transmission pipelines, and the $10 million Sidewinder Project 2011.