Flex Leasing Power and Service Fleet Passes 1 Million Operating Hours, Providing Remote Power for Oil & Gas Producers
Denver, CO, November 29, 2016 – Flex Leasing Power and Service (“Flex Leasing”), a leading provider of high uptime clean remote power announced today that it’s fleet of Flex Turbine® generators has surpassed 1 million operating hours. Flex Leasing operates the FlexEnergy Flex Turbine® at production pads for oil producers in North Dakota, West Texas and Alberta, Canada. The highly reliable Flex Turbine® provides valuable remote power for artificial lifts and pumps at productions pad while helping these leading producers eliminate diesel usage and avoid flaring.
“Passing the 1 million operating hour mark with a proven uptime of over 99% is a huge accomplishment by the Flex Leasing team. Achieving the million hour milestone in 4 years is a testament to the technology and our people in the field operating the Flex Turbine®.” said Doug Baltzer, President at Flex Leasing Power and Service.
Flex Leasing focuses on supplying reliable off-grid power at remote production pads. Flex Leasing estimates that in 4 years it is has helped producers avoid using about 11 million gallons of diesel and converted approximately 2 billion cubic feet of waste gas from the production pad into clean, low emissions electricity.
“Our engineering and operations teams have really worked on making the Flex Turbine® the highest availability solution for turning wellhead gas into clean remote power. We continue to strive to provide the highest runtime for production pads while avoiding flaring and reducing air emissions.” said Leanne Branham, Vice President of Operations.
About Flex Leasing Power and Service
Flex Leasing Power and Service provides reliable, clean and simple field power solutions to the oil and gas industry. Our high-performance, low-emission and high-uptime gas turbine power solutions deliver the lowest cost of field power over the life of the asset. Customized leasing packages for the Flex Turbine® help operators secure reliable power, reduce flaring, methane venting, and air pollution at oil and gas facilities and industrial plants without major capital investments. FLPS is headquartered in Denver, and has field locations in North Dakota, Texas, and Alberta, Canada.