Oil & Gas Systems Design Company
Don Ordes, the owner and president, and Cheryl Ordes, his wife and Secretary/Treasurer, have been Wyoming residents
since 1976. In the spring of 2014, they relocated to the beautiful Treasure Valley near Boise, Idaho. 'OGS' is a client/project
oriented technical services & consulting company, offering gas plant and industrial design consulting since 1985, and
operator training services since 1991. Although the services offered are mainly for the oil and gas gathering and processing
industry, many other industrial and technical projects have been accomplished. Don has over 40 years background in gas
plant design, fabrication, & installation, and over25 years in operations assistance. Engineering, when required for
simulations, calculations, or stamping, is satisfied by an associate registered Wyoming engineer.
OGS's strengths are broad experience, fast response, and quick
turnaround, providing technical services & operator training services
that have been rated the highest quality. The goal is always to provide
honest, accurate, and professional service. Documentation from
satisfied customers defines a track record of success and trust.
With his background in project design & drafting in all disciplines,
plus design/project management, shop fabrication, field installation
and operations, Don has the ability to coordinate projects from
concept to start-up in all aspects, or assist those who have these
duties. OGS is capable of working turn-key for smaller projects or
within the framework of any organization for large projects, working
in many capacities. His long experience working closely with
engineers was the foundation for OGS.
Don has a natural talent for visualization, and also has an artist's &
technical illustrator's hand in presenting information, which comes in
handy for communication of ideas or quick-design 3D sketches.
Don is also internationally known for his fly-tying and fly fishing
exploits. Visit www.FantasyFlies.com to see his unique styles of
tying and of course his fishing trips.