Since 2014, Nisku, Alberta-based Connect Energy has focused on providing engineering and design services to build onshore equipment for the upstream oil and gas sector. Now, the company is looking to bring that same knowledge and experience to the trenchless industry.


The company recently completed its first horizontal directional drilling (HDD) project, building the necessary support equipment for Grand Prairie, Alberta-based EnviroBore Directional Drilling. EnvrioBore recently grew its fleet with the addition of an American Augers DD-440 maxi-rig.


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Connect Energy provided EnviroBore with two F800 Continental Emsco pumps, a 100 hp boiler and a combination building and recycler/mud tank with hydraulic raise roof. The setup was built in Nisku.


Connect Energy EnviroBore Setup


Connect has mud pumps from 300 to 1,000 hp from OEM and Chinese manufacturers. Recycling tanks can be fitted to any configuration with roofs and prefabs if the customer desires. Generator buildings ranging from 150 to 500 kw with fuel storage. Cold weather applications in Canada and the Northern United States are must, so Connect has boilers readily available from 60 to 125 hp. The company’s mechanical department can inspect and repair equipment to support its customers as well.


Connect Energy’s principals, Jason Savage and Daniel Page have extensive project experience from many years in the energy sector and invite anyone needing HDD support to contact them for their equipment needs.


SOURCE – Connect Energy


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