Today, Capstone microturbines generate nearly 50 megawatts of clean-and-green, reliable power at prominent oil and gas plays. Ensuring round-the-clock operation with uninterrupted power, Capstone microturbines produce prime power and facility power for oil and gas applications, including central gathering, LACT units, oil stabilization units, artificial lift, pumping skids and salt water disposal units.
Pioneer Natural Resources, EFS Midstream (Pawnee Field Office)
Three ultra-low emission Capstone C1000 Power Packages provide the reliability and flexibility required by this fully functioning stand-alone facility that services wells, plant sites and the fleet for a variety of sites within their portfolio.
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EFS Midstream Central Gathering Plant-31 (Three Rivers, Texas)
Three ultra-low emission Capstone C1000 Power Packages running in parallel have proven to be extremely reliable and low-maintenance, and provide the ability for the 600 GPM amine plant and condensate stabilizer to limit downtime and operate at better than 99 percent run time in this remote location in the Eagle Ford Shale Play.
EFS Midstream Central Gathering Plant-52 (Pawnee, Texas)
A Capstone C1000 Power Package provides reliable power to generate all electricity needed to run this amine plant’s demanding load, which includes 10-14 pumps, 7-8 cooler fans, building cooling, and night lighting.
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Jonah Field, Wyoming
The remote Jonah Field wellsite uses a Capstone C30 microturbine to generate electricity to run the site's pumps.
Bolivia Pipeline Compressor & Pumping Stations
Eleven Capstone C65 natural gas microturbines power compressors at the Yacimientos Petrolíferos Fiscales Bolivianos pipeline and compressor stations in Bolivia.
Offshore Platform, Gulf of Mexico
Two Capstone C30, class I, Division 2 microturbines power this offshore platform in the Gulf of Mexico.
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