The solution combines Halliburton’s all-electric fracturing spread, featuring the Zeus™ 5000 horsepower electric pumping unit, with VoltaGrid’s power generation system to offer increased reliability and real-time emissions tracking.
“All-electric fracturing represents an exciting approach to our overall strategy to reduce emissions in our operations,” said Paul Sander, chief operating officer & partner at Aethon Energy. “We’re pleased to work with Halliburton and VoltaGrid to utilize more sustainable fracturing solutions and look forward to realizing enhanced operational efficiencies for our industry.”
“We understand the importance of efficiency in high performing fracturing operations,” said Michael Segura, vice president of Production Enhancement, Halliburton. “Our innovative all-electric fracturing solutions deliver superior performance while significantly reducing fuel costs and emissions for our customers.”
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