Announcements

February 6, 2015 Great Southern Technologies, LLC Acquired by Integrated Services Company, LLC of Tulsa

Integrated Service Company, LLC of Tulsa (InServ) is proud to announce that InServ has acquired Great Southern Technologies, LLC (GST) of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. GST is an industry-leading provider of engineering services and heater design. GST was founded in November 2005 by William C. Gibson and Robert L. Gibson.

GST's seasoned management team has done a fantastic job of building a solid and successful company that provides their clients with turnkey solutions to their existing heater problems with the latest heater technology design and retrofit.

Our clients will continue to receive the same high-quality services that they have come to expect from InServ. GST will continue to operate under the name Great Southern Technologies, LLC, as a fully owned subsidiary of Integrated Service Company.

GST, with their process furnace solution capabilities (new heaters and retrofits), complements the existing InServ service lines, including:

  • Construction & Turnaround Services, LLC
  • InServ Field Services
  • InServ Tank Services
  • InServ Manufacturing

With the GST acquisition, InServ has expanded our expertise in the energy industry. This acquisition will greatly contribute toward expanding our product offerings to our clients.

Clayton W. Hughes
President

March 20, 2012 Great Southern Flameless Awarded Patent

The US Patent Office has granted Great Southern Flameless patent #8128399: "METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CONTROLLING GAS FLOW PATTERNS INSIDE A HEATER CHAMBER AND EQUALIZING RADIANT HEAT FLUX TO A DOUBLE FIRED COIL"

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On March 6, 2012 Great Southern Flameless was granted a total of 21 claims. The patent's Abstract and Claims can be viewed at the United States Patent and Trademark Office Abstract and Claims website: Patent: 8128399

January 23, 2012 Great Southern Receives Contract for World's First Flameless Crude Heater

The contract fulfills the requirements of a recently posted EPA Consent Decree for the first flameless heater to be operational by December 31, 2012.

A link to the EPA website is provided below. The flameless heater requirements/performance criteria begin on page 31 and ends on page 33 (blue numbering system at the top of each page).

EPA Consent Decree:
http://www2.epa.gov/sites/production/files/documents/coffeyville-cd_0.pdf