BJ Energy Solutions has entered into two separate, three-year agreements with a leading independent oil and natural gas company for the provision of TITAN next-generation fracturing fleets in the Haynesville, the company said on June 21. These fleets will deploy in early 2022 and carry an optional two-year extension following the initial term.
The TITAN technology was selected through a process, which included an extensive evaluation of equipment emission profiles.
"We are excited about this new partnership, which will include the deployment of two new TITAN Fleets along with collaboration on other related areas of the well completion process to further improve emissions," Warren Zemlak, BJ Energy Solutions CEO, said.
The application of each of these TITAN fleets will offset overall greenhouse gas emissions by 25% or roughly 25,000 metric tons per year, as compared to traditional equipment used in fracturing operations today.
"As verified through independent EPA certified emissions testing completed in April, The TITAN Technology provides leading next-generation emission reductions," Zemlak added.
Core to the fleet is the 5,000 HHP TITAN pump which is powered by a mechanical direct drive 100% natural gas-fired turbine, representing one of the most energy efficient platforms available in this application. The TITAN supports the reduction of emissions, noise, and footprint, while improving mobility, reliability, and completion economics.
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