POSTS on June 2014
When companies pair their generators with power distribution equipment (or purchase a generator with a power distribution panel already built in), they gain a lot more flexibility from the electricity that the generator supplies. They also save on energy costs, which is both financially and environmentally beneficial.
Whether a firm is seeking to rent a prime power generator for a special project or to reserve backup generators in advance of a storm season, it's important to examine their specific needs closely before choosing a rental model.
Bi-fuel technology-which enables diesel generators to burn both diesel and natural gas-may be the biggest development you are not using yet. This thoroughly tested, simple piece of technology enables generator operators to save up to 50% on overall fuel costs. For the oil and gas (O&G) industry in particular, it has the potential to help operators reduce the amount of noxious emissions caused by the flaring of by-product gas from well heads-while saving even more on fuel costs.