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PS - To e-frac or not? Not everyone is sold on the method - October 2019
With an abundance of cheap natural gas being produced across the US, oil and gas operators are considering utilizing the clean burning fuel as a fuel source for hydraulic fracking fleets. Electric frac, or e-frac, fleets use electric-driven pumps that are most commonly powered by natural gas turbine generating units, according to Baker Hughes CEO Lorenzo Simonelli. E-frac units have a number of benefits compared to diesel-powered setups. Fuel costs are reduced substantially, with......
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