The Blythe Company, a leading provider of innovative, mission-critical products and solutions, quality services, and diverse experiences to enable even the most demanding applications to flow successfully, today announced that J. Adam Shumate has been named as Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Shumate has more than 16 years of experience in the natural gas industry and
2016 - a year that was defined by the Rio Olympics, Pokemon Go, the Chicago Cubs’ first World Series Victory in over a decade, and a Presidential Election. For most Americans, these were the major events that will be remembered. For a tight knit, family-like organization like The Blythe Company, the events above can’t hold
2020 has been quite the year for all of us. If you’re looking for an article riddled with complaints, you have come to the wrong spot. The Blythe Company is here to share some uplifting news with the world. This organization wants to start off by thanking each and every one of our employees for
The Blythe Company has recently expanded its borders even further. We are excited to announce that we have officially partnered with Brazilian gas pressure regulator manufacturer, Gascat.
The Blythe Company is pleased to announce that one of the world’s leading manufacturers of natural gas operation components, IMAC Systems Inc, has partnered with us.
Proactive — Not Reactive After employees and staff, your equipment is your most valuable asset. When unexpected equipment failures occur, operations have to stop until repairs can be made. This leaves you with loss of productivity and even loss of daily or weekly profit goals. It’s important that industrial equipment, like valves, gauges, and other
Earle Beckham may be slowing down, but he has no intention of stopping. When The Blythe Company approached Beckham with an offer to help train and advise meter testing and M&R activities as well as performing testing himself, he knew he was going to say yes. It probably has something to do with the fact that
Since the federal government’s facilities protection warning set forth by PHMSA, surveillance cameras are now highly recommended and the suggested form of security for pipelines, either in construction or completed. This recommendation comes with the intent of urging pipeline and oil industry companies to further secure their remote sites and prevent damage and disasters caused