Pilot Company partners with VoltaGrid
Pilot’s expansive network and VoltaGrid’s joint efforts to produce cleaner power will bring more resources and value to our customers.
Pilot Company is building upon its current initiatives in the alternative fuels space with a new compressed natural gas (CNG) and hydrogen delivery platform.
This expansion includes a partnership with VoltaGrid LLC to develop a low-carbon fuels network that contributes to reduced emissions and decarbonization for third-party customers in industries like water disposal, dual-fuel applications, water heating operations, and natural disasters response.
Pilot Company’s recent investment in a large-scale fleet of CNG and hydrogen trailers and in VoltaGrid’s low-carbon oilfield and mining services business is estimated to bring 350,000 gallons equivalent of low carbon fuel to the market daily. This partnership will advance VoltaGrid’s power generation venture for electric completions and look at further growth through the joint development of large-scale low-carbon fuel terminals in 2022 and early 2023.
VoltaGrid and Pilot Company will provide customers with the ability to:
- Increase resources and streamline operations through seamless transitions between field gas and CNG supply for electric power generation without having to manage multiple suppliers.
- Access a reliable network of CNG, renewable natural gas, diesel, and hydrogen fuel supply paired with VoltaGrid’s turnkey power generation package.
- Access Pilot Company’s broad infrastructure base to efficiently supply low carbon fuels for grid reinforcement projects.
Joshua Edge, Pilot Company’s Senior Director of Compressed Gas Operations, said, “VoltaGrid’s approach to safety, efficiency, cutting-edge technology, and innovative solutions aligns with our corporate goals to help customers lower their carbon footprint and benefits our team members, stakeholders, and customers.”
Nathan Ough, CEO and President of VoltaGrid, said, “The alternative fuel space is ripe with innovation, and this is just one of many steps both companies are taking in reducing emissions and providing clean energy.”