Gas-fired microturbines to be used in Eagle Ford shale play

Capstone Turbine Corp. (Nasdaq: CPST) said it sold 30 more C65 microturbines to be used in the Eagle Ford shale play.

The latest order for 30 C65 microturbines brings the total sold in excess of 150 units in the last nine months.

Capstone said the majority of the 150 microturbines will operate on natural gas to generate power for Lease Automatic Custody Transfer (LACT) units and transfer stations at remote well sites in the Eagle Ford shale play.

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