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Argus Sulphur and Sulphuric Acid Seminar – September 16th, 2015 Mark Gilbreath, Director of Business Development for Devco, will present at this year’s Argus Sulphur and Sulphuric Acid Seminar on September 16th in Houston, TX. The seminar, hosted by Argus Media, will be an opportunity for sulphur industry professionals (engineers, producers, traders, fertilizer consumers, importers, […]

Houston Interests is proud to announce that we recently signed an agreement acquiring the remaining ownership shares of Devco and River Consulting from Kinder Morgan. This was a company goal for 2015 and has been achieved ahead of schedule. Doug Houston, owner and CEO of Houston Interests, in a letter to employees regarding the acquisition […]

Tulsa, Oklahoma based engineering firm Devco Process Heaters (DPH) is currently celebrating its 10th Anniversary. Since its beginning, DPH has sold over 110 heaters, issued POs to local fabricators in Tulsa worth over $9 million, and had total sales valued at over $42 million. Devco Process Heaters began in 2005 as a subsidiary of Devco […]

Devco, a Great Place To Work: We are currently hiring new talent in our Tulsa office. For over 35 years, Devco, an Engineering Firm in the Houston Interests group of companies, has been offering process technology and plant solutions for the oil and gas industry. Experts at the balance of plant engineering, Devco takes component […]

This article in the December, 2013 issue of Hydrocarbon Engineering Magazine highlights three proven technologies used by Devco that radically improve the environmental, safety and reliability attributes of sulfur recovery and handling operations, and also speaks of the significantly changing dynamics in the sulfur markets. These technologies include the COPE technology, D’GAASS technology and Devco […]

Tulsa, OK – On May 4th, Tulsa-based engineering firm, Devco, shipped $53 million worth of equipment that was fabricated in Catoosa, OK to Mosul, Iraq. This is the second major shipment from Devco’s $78.6 million order from the Iraqi Ministry of Industry, bound for the Mishraq State Sulfur Mine. This contract, part of ongoing rehabilitation […]

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