Capstone Turbine Corporation (Nasdaq:CPST), has announced that it received orders totalling approximately 10 MW from two oil and gas producers in the Eagle Ford shale play.
In a press release Capstone say they have provided two more large multiple megawatt orders – one from a new customer that ordered five C1000 Power Packages for five separate remote central gathering sites and a second from a producer with multiple Capstone microturbines already in the field. This latest follow-on order includes seven C600 and one C800 Power Packages.
Capstone distributor Horizon Power Systems secured the two large orders the first week of April for the 13 Power Packages, which will supply prime power at each central gathering site. All 13 of the Power Packages are scheduled to be installed and commissioned in the next three months.
"These Eagle Ford producers are continuing to adopt the Capstone microturbines because they want the high reliability and low emission benefits of our products," said Sam Henry, Horizon Power Systems President. "They need the assurance of round-the-clock power at remote wellhead sites and know that's precisely what Capstone microturbines deliver."
All 13 C1000 series microturbine packages will provide clean and green prime power to central processing facilities and metering stations. The microturbines, fueled by pipeline quality gas, will produce electricity to provide all power to the onsite equipment, including heaters, pump motors, compressors and distribution panels.
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