Quality is never an accident
Newpoint Gas provides gas treating and processing equipment and services world-wide. The company designs and manufactures a full range of both standard and custom-engineered modular units.
Newpoint plants are pre-engineered in modular standard sizes to provide substantially reduced delivery and commissioning times. With a support team on hand twenty-four hours a day, one can be confident that a Newpoint system is the best solution.
Newpoint Gas was founded in 1999 by Wiley Rhodes with a vision of providing the natural gas industry with the finest, most efficient gas processing facilities. Newpoint Gas designs and manufactures a full range of modular gas processing and treating units. Our unique design provides:
- Superior equipment built to the highest industry standards
- The lowest combined installation and construction costs due to our modular designs with the interconnecting piping fabricated in the shop not the field
- Ease of operations with Newpoint’s patent pending start-up and process recovery systems
- Increased runtime to maximize revenue for our customers.
Newpoint provides unmatched lead and delivery times by pre-engineering gas treating facilities with capacities of 1 million standard cubic feet to over 750. We pride ourselves on our workmanship where ‘QUALITY IS NEVER AN ACCIDENT’ and are continually developing a global network of quality assured fabricators.
The company quickly grew to include Wiley’s Dad, Quenten Rhodes, who started working in a gas processing facility for Cities Service’s in 1966 as well as Wiley’s brothers, Wade, Joe, Zane, and Jerry who made critical contributions to Newpoint’s success.
Also in 2008, The Newpoint Companies expanded to include Newpoint Thermal and Newpoint Manufacturing. Newpoint expanded into the Process Heating industry by hiring the Sales, Engineering, Manufacturing and Service personnel formerly of GTS Energy under the name Newpoint Thermal, LP. Newpoint Thermal supplies a variety of Process Heating Systems for industrial applications including Gas or Oil Fired Process Heaters, Convection Process Heaters, Process Bath Heaters, Thermal Fluid Heating Systems, High Pressure Steam Generators, and Waste Heat Recovery Systems.