FlexEnergy secures on-site power contract with BP

FlexEnergy Inc  a company that transforms a range of gases into a clean energy source, has joined forces with global energy group BP (www.bp.com) to help it further reduce its carbon footprint at its Wyoming, US, water disposal facility.

FlexEnergy's Turbines are being deployed to assist BP to produce reliable, on-site power that exceeds the highest air quality standards.

Through a contract with Power Service Inc, three of the company’s Flex Turbine(TM) MT250s have been shipped to the BP facility. The 750kW system will effectively utilize pipeline natural gas to produce continuous power in a grid isolated environment, all while exceeding the highest air quality standards and powering on-site loads.

"We will continue to deliver our innovative technology to companies looking to gain independence from the power grid and produce clean energy," added Joseph Perry, CEO of FlexEnergy Inc. "As BP has a growing need for reliable, independent power, the move to a cleaner technology will keep emissions within compliance while allowing the water disposal facility to power its continuous duty loads and stay in operation without the presence of a utility grid."

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