Greco, Jeff, Bland discussed on The Oil Patch

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Bland, who is business development engineer with a Greco Jeff before the break, we were talking about how you guys are developing these custom design, specifically meeting, the customer's need. So one size fits all is not really a Greco's way of doing business. You go in, you guys design a plan that works for the oil company in the operators in midstream hours and create a solution for them. I want to talk about turbines versus what you guys are doing. Or maybe you can tell me what is your favorite generator solution? That helps meet the customers need, because there's been a lot of different turbines versus generators. So give me your thoughts on that. So we favor two things, particularly the first is saving the customer money, and the second is reliability of power. For us dies. The key, the cornerstone of every system that we put together on. You know, we, we've invested in a look technology tons, for various things across the across the state from. But the I would say that the debate around turbines, versus resets. Typically, always come up because turbines, take place. That for a large amount of power than a reset solution. Okay that advantage. So if you have a very small space, and you need thirty megawatt power, maybe turbines of the week, and I've ever does is it means turbine? You know that needs repaired or has an issue, then you lose all your power right away. And the only way he can avoid is by having tooth, our bikes. So then you're invest in sixty megawatts September in order to get thirty megawatts. Our solution. We came to favor using a roundabout one to one point five megawatt block. We have a number smaller units as well, but for our large Joel to use a one to one point five make like mentioned before relatable Brooklyn together. So it's all very customizable to the customer customers. So, for example, they need eleven megawatts we might twelve January third there, each made a what that gives them if one of those generates as it goes, I, then they still can to the entire power is very scalable and. You know, if, if for example, the customer thinks he needs thirty megawatts, but once up to capacity, you know what may only be twenty megawatts. They don't always know that up front. So our solution allays scale ability to happen on the fly so we can we can remove generators. Generators is the customer needs them on with no loss of. Power. We can isolate just dragging jaw. Thanks for January and we just provide daycare connection points and I like your visual. It's like Lego's connecting them together. And then it makes sense on a visual that. Yeah, you just keep adding. And adding increasing the power without ever risking being completely offline. We do the same thing arraigned at using waste from the engine. So we can actually essentially reuse, the waste heat at NC the jacket wasp exhaust. We have scalable solutions that can again, you might on the risk of the January third on provide either steamer whole water as a byproduct and actually brings the efficiency of the entire package all the way up to sixty seventy percent. You know, she's a huge fuel-saving if the customer needs stories those aspects if they have a whole water, neither are a Steve need. You know, the things like you know, for I have signs or we could do for some operation where they the doing things we applications like that across the world. So again, so we design it so it's scalable. That's pretty interesting, though, Jeff, because you're, you're, you're basically saying that y'all are taking waste of what is being generated and reusing it. And right now, obviously, when you use something you're saving money. No matter what it's better for the environment. And so you guys are able to take waste and utilize it to help the bottom dollar for an oil company, which is, you know, not to mention it's just recycled. Yeah. I mean, the the best advantage, actually, is that we can use a waste few. So she's a. Flare gas or something way, she's basically just being biproduct of the oil production, we can use that gas. We can provide the power for the customer, and we can also utilize the waste from the engine FA acquired and to provide a fill custom products. So, so, yeah, I mean you know, as we mentioned star the key thing for us just understand what the customer's needs are. We can tailor Tamatsh that now you know, the first part of the show, we've talked a lot about the design, and how a Greco is meeting the needs of oil companies, and helping them come in and be more efficient. And of course, being way more resourceful with the dollars, which is an absolute necessity right now in the times that we're living with oil and gas companies the bottom dollar really matters. But there's something that's even bigger that is very interesting. To me, which is one of the main reasons why I wanted to talk to a Greco again, is are really doing a lot in the area of admissions at you, you spoke up just a second ago about flaring in how you guys can also utilize or lower an operator's flaring through some of the programs and application, you guys are doing. You guys are really coming. You come up with some really great ideas pertaining to how to help Dopp writers us or flare less, which is a really good thing for the environment. And of course, it, it's just a really good thing to be doing, but we do have to take a quick break. You're listening to in all petro show. We'll.

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