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Chart and Kathairos expand partnership for methane emission reduction technology

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The two companies have agreed to extend their contract for a minimum of two more years.

CALGARY — Chart Industries, Inc., a global engineering design and manufacturer of engineered equipment servicing multiple applications in the clean energy and industrial gas markets, announced the furthering of its partnership and contract with Calgary-based cleantech startup, Kathairos Solutions, which already included Chart’s MicroBulk tanks to now include products such as Orca™ Delivery Systems. The two companies have agreed to extend their contract for a minimum of two more years.

Chart says that the increase in the scope of our partnership was initiated due to the positive feedback from the market about their combined solution being reportedly effective and easy to operate and the resulting rapid adoption and scale rollout of industry leading companies.

To date, they say thee combined solution has helped to mitigate 21.69 million standard cubic ft (SCF) of methane emissions and eliminated 20,132.55 metric tons of CO2 equivalent emissions from our customers’ operations.

“With our customers’ aggressive plans to eliminate methane venting from their wellsite operations, this agreement with Chart ensures Kathairos will have the capacity to meet oil and gas industry targets for methane reduction by deploying tens of thousands of our proprietary nitrogen systems throughout North America over the next few years,” said Dick Brown, Kathairos President and CEO.


“In anticipation of pending methane regulations, we expect there to be significant increase in demand for the Kathairos services and we wanted our companies closely aligned in order to meet and exceed the market’s needs as they look to decarbonize the oil & gas sector,” stated Jill Evanko, CEO of Chart. “Together, we will continue to collaborate to help our customers meet their ambitious methane elimination targets and meaningfully advance their net zero goals.”


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