Bi-fuel is the future of the oil and gas industries because it represents a cheaper, cleaner means of powering engines and generators. Ignoring this trend by sticking with straight diesel or natural gas is turning a blind eye to the future of the industry. Here’s why you need to invest in this technology now.
As storms pound Texas, Louisiana, Alabama and Florida, more people are wondering about generating power in times when the electricity goes out. This is especially true for those in rural communities where power workers are not able to get things back up and running very quickly. In those locations, getting mobile generators can be a matter of life and death for those that need refrigerated medication. At the very minimum, mobile generators are crucial to returning life to normal and going back to work. There are several important factors to consider. The most important factor is how easily the generator can be attached to a car or truck for transporting. Whether it is diesel, natural gas, portability is the chief factor in getting the generators to a remote location. These locations often are several hours from a transportation hub and need trucking or hauling with a car to bring them to their intended location. The size of these generators generally range between 15 kW to 2500 kW. T
Almost everything in the modern world relies on electric power and your business is no exception. You need it to run your computers, keep the lights on, and the HVAC flowing through your facilities. Without it, there's no networking, contacting customers, running equipment, or getting any work done at all and, as we all know, time is money. Every minute your facilities are dark could cost you thousands of dollars meaning that a long wait for the electric repair service to fix the problem simply isn't an option. This is exactly the reason why we offer emergency rental generators to commercial and industrial businesses. Come rain, sleet, snow, thunderstorms, or just everyone turning on their space heaters all at once, we will get you powered back up so you can get back to business ASAP. When will you need an emergency rental generator? Sometimes you'll know ahead of time and sometimes you won't, but we can tell you the seven most common reasons companies like yours call in for a few h
Nearly every business in the world needs power, and some more than others. From department stores to manufacturing plants, you rely on your power source to keep the lights on and your value generation steadily moving forward. Whether you're serving customers, writing software, or running heaving machinery, when the power goes out your business will come to a full stop. Fortunately, there's no need to send everyone home and eat the productivity and business losses. It's just a little power and all you need is a backup generator. Even if you usually pull power from the city grid, having the ability to supply your business with its own power source in an emergency is incredibly useful and will allow you to keep your lights on even when others go down. From here the question becomes whether or not you need to buy your own generator or if renting one is the right solution. How Often You Need Backup Power For most businesses, the power grid you are connected to will serve your needs most
Most folks at first blush will likely think it's false that the U.S. is the largest oil producer now. Saudi Arabia has long held the seat, as well as the combined market power of OPEC. However, times have changed, and so have the methods of how oil is found and secured from underground. The days of straight drilling after testing and finding large deposits horizontally under firm ground are long over. Now, oil harvesting occurs from angular ocean drilling to sideways harvesting using the controversial fracking methods. All of these combined have changed the oil market significantly. Much of the boost that caused the market change was due to the high oil prices we've seen in the last few years. The influx of funding has allowed domestic U.S. companies to come up with new and amazing technology in the business of petroleum mining. Now that these tools are understood and proven, even with the lower of prices by market manipulation supply flooding, they are going to remain in use perman