Oil & Gas Prime Power

Production revenue is increased from the Flex Turbine’s proven high uptime power running on the site’s wellhead gas, tank vapors, high Btu gas, high CO2 or high H2S gas.

Operating costs are decreased, production revenues increased and environmental compliance met with the Flex Turbine®. Leasing programs are available for fast deployment wherever essential power is needed.

The oil and gas industry is being pushed to reduce operating costs and minimize its environmental footprint. As the result of new regulations, producers are now required to both reduce methane gas emissions and avoid flaring. The Flex Turbine®, with its wide fuel tolerance, is able to use captured methane emissions, unprocessed wellhead gas, flare gas and other produced waste gas for reliable power generation.

At production pads and central facilities the Flex Turbine® converts the existing associated gas or emissions source converting it to high uptime power. Remote sites without utility power will significantly reduce lifting costs and operating costs by eliminating the purchase of diesel fuel. Production revenue is increased from the Flex Turbine’s proven high uptime power running on the site’s wellhead gas, tank vapors, high Btu gas, high CO2 or high H2S gas.
Artificial Lift Drilling  Flare Reduction Camp Power Compressor Stations Offshore

Artificial Lift

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Artificial Lift

  • A robust, packaged system that transforms associated flare and natural gases from Oil & Gas operations into a continuous source of clean electric power in the toughest working conditions.
  • Over 800,000 hours at over 99% uptime availability operating artificial lifts in North America.
  • Purchase and leasing available.

Drilling 

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Drilling

  • Wide fuel gas tolerance enables the use of associated gas up to 2500 Btu for power.
  • Multiple units automatically synchronize and parallel to run high horsepower loads.
  • Typical NOx emissions, 9 to 10 times lowers than reciprocating engine generators, meet stringent environmental regulations.

Flare Reduction

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Flare Reduction

  • Commissioned in 2013.
  • Avoid flaring heavy hydrocarbon gas in emissions restricted zone.
  • Operation meets corporate sustainability goals.
  • Automatic synchronization and grid isolated operation (Dual Mode) ran through Superstorm Sandy keeping facility online during extended power outage.

Camp Power

Camp Power

Deploying the Flex Turbine® to use:

  • Unprocessed gases
  • Directly at the source
  • With High Uptime of >99%
  • Full Power Output
  • One scheduled maintenance per year

Compressor Stations

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Compressor Stations

  • 3 sites commissioned between Jan 2015 – April 2016.
  • Low sound and low emissions to meet environmental regulations.
  • Redundant units to supply 100% power availability.

Offshore

Offshore Platform

Offshore Facilities

  • On-platform commissioning completed July 2016.
  • Flex Turbine® synchronous generator and high load capability saved money and space in producer’s platform design.
  • Flex Turbine® compact size and unique, ultra safe fuel system with separate purge allowed unit to be placed in safe area.