SoEnergy’s gas flare recovery system converts recaptured gas into reliable, cost-saving fuel for your Permian and Bakken Shale operations.

Turn Your Flared Gas Capture INTO POWER

The Oil and Gas Industry’s Growing Gas Flare Challenge

Gas flaring has significant implications for the environment and your bottom line. In 2018, gas flaring doubled in the Permian Basin, with an estimated $1 million per day of natural gas burned off rather than utilized. In North Dakota’s Bakken Shale, drillers produced 2.8 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day in March 2019. Roughly 20 percent of it flared; enough to heat every home in the state for one month 10 times over, and significantly above the state’s 12 percent limit. Meanwhile, oil and gas companies continue to invest heavily in power generation, tying up precious CapEx as they struggle to solve the gas flare challenge.

Flare gas recovery systems remain popular with e-fracking teams. However, flare gas composition often includes traces of hydrogen sulfide (H2S), carbon dioxide (CO2) and heavy hydrocarbons. Conventional technologies alone cannot turn flared gas into fuel suitable for power generation. Without reliable, cost-effective recovery, oil and gas operators will continue to face the environmental and business consequences of flaring. But with SoEnergy, a proven flare gas recovery solution has arrived.

The Flare Gas Recovery System That Powers Oil and Gas Operations

SoEnergy has a long record of success converting flared gas into reliable, cost-effective power. Oil and gas teams use SoEnergy’s flare gas recovery system to lower their carbon footprint, reduce headcount and streamline costs at minimal risk.

We create customized, end-to-end flare gas recovery projects. Our treatment and conditioning systems transform even the toughest flare gas compositions into power generation-ready fuel. For operations in remote or harsh environments, we solve the challenges by leveraging our extensive logistics and engineering knowledge. Our systems offer the reliability, cost savings and efficiency that today’s oil and gas landscape demands.

Gas Flare Recovery Without Capital Expenditure

In a market where operators face increased pressure to reduce costs, a SoEnergy partnership can change the game. Our flare gas recovery systems significantly reduce our customers’ power generation expenses. We deliver these customized solutions under a Build, Own, Operate, Maintain (BOOM) contract that’s fueled by ingenuity, not CapEx. Our PaaS model makes SoEnergy the ideal choice for oil and gas companies that want all the benefits of recovered gas without high expenditure.

No matter the energy market’s dynamics, SoEnergy delivers significant operational savings for oil and gas companies. You run your business. We power it. And there’s no CapEx required.

Complex Gas Flare Projects,


Lower Energy Costs

Optimize your cost per kWh by using flared gas instead of expensive fuels such as diesel and HFO

Smaller Carbon Footprint

Reduce the environmental hazards of flaring and showcase your company's stewardship without sacrificing your bottom line

Portability and Repeatability

Achieve a solution that's 100 percent e-fracking compatible, repeatable at scale and customized to your operational environment

Enhanced Efficiency

Boost your operational efficiency by transforming associated gas into a reliable, cost-effective power generation solution

Progress Without CapEx

Use SoEnergy's PaaS model to achieve a customized flare gas recovery system without CapEx

Turnkey Capabilities

Focus on your business while our seasoned engineers oversee installation, management, ongoing maintenance and 24/7 OEM support

Gas Flare Recovery Projects


    Gran Tierra


    Putumayo, Colombia


    Gas Flare Capture, Oil & Gas


    Flare Gas


    17 MW

The Latest Advancements in Gas Flare Recovery Systems

Gas flaring has long challenged the oil and gas industry. But the exponential rise in flaring has also resulted in modernizations that yield significant benefits for oil and gas operators.

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