Greener completions advance in the Marcellus
In the ongoing push to maximize production at minimal environmental impact and expense, oil and gas companies are searching for more efficient and cleaner E&P technologies that help achieve these goals. At North American wellsites, this search has led to a growing interest in engines for drilling rigs and frac pumps that are powered, in part, by natural gas. Bi-fuel or dual-fuel engines use a combination of diesel fuel and natural gas—which is abundant, relatively inexpensive and clean—to help operators lower their operating expenses and the environmental footprints.
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