Read the SoEnergy blog for news, best practices and insights into power-as-a-service, utilities and power generation for oil and gas operators.

Power As A Service

Critical Factors for Temporary Power in O&G and Mining – SoEnergy

October 13, 2020

All sorts of Power-as-a-Service (PaaS) providers can install generators on-site in challenging locations. While these providers’ competencies may seem similar, their levels of expertise can vary and make a direct impact on your success. As a manager, you’re tasked with choosing the best option available, with no margin for error.


Customized Utility Power Solutions Without CapEx – SoEnergy

August 18, 2020

The need for energy is growing, which creates new obstacles for the power industry. From supporting rapid urbanization in Latin America and Asia, to using temporary power during events such as earthquakes and hurricanes, utility companies are facing more and more challenges.


Customized Mining Power Generation Solution Without CapEx – SoEnergy

August 18, 2020

To make your mining power generation as risk-free as possible, SoEnergy continues to maintain your solution for as long as you wish. You pay nothing at the start of your agreement. You pay only once mining power generation begins, regardless of the building or any other challenge.

Oil and Gas

Emergency Response to Threatened Power Supply – SoEnergy

April 29, 2020

It’s essential to develop a comprehensive plan for what to do when an emergency threatens your power supply. But every emergency is different. Fleet availability and conditions are dynamic. And sometimes, even the best crafted plan doesn’t get you to the best solution. Whether or not your organization has an emergency preparedness plan, the goal is the same: to get the lights back on as quickly as possible. To realize that goal, you need a reliable, fast-moving emergency power service. 

Oil and Gas

How to Overcome the Gas Flare Challenge

March 23, 2020

In today’s oilfield, with low margins and very real concerns about the environment, producers are looking for new ways to maximize efficiency and profitability. But even as the current market dynamics demand cost-saving actions, many operations are letting a golden opportunity evaporate into thin air. How? By flaring gas that could be used for power generation.