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Enerflex is an ethical and safety-oriented company guided by commitments to provide value to customers and shareholders, a safe and interesting work environment for its employees, and a positive impact on the communities in which it operates.
It has been well over three decades since our beginnings as a small shop supplying compression equipment in western Canada. But our customer focus and commitment to innovation, quality and safety has not changed.
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Enerflex’s people and projects are at work around the world, 24/7.
Extensive reciprocating and rotary screw experience. Wide horsepower range, with gas-fuelled and electric drives.
Thoroughly designed, well-built and efficiently delivered modules from our state-of-the-art facilities in Calgary, Alberta and Houston, Texas.
Enerflex offers complete global customer service. 24/7. Year-round.
Electric-drive generators up to 50 Mw, for independent and alternative power producers and anywhere stand-alone generation is needed.
Focus your capital outlays on drilling and completing wells by choosing from our broad lineup of rental packages.
We will help extend your equipment’s service life, upgrade system capacities or optimize the load on your compression horsepower.
We have the big-picture vision, talented people and industry-leading capabilities to fulfil requirements from design through long-term maintenance.
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Our extensive capabilities have been assembled and are being continually fine-tuned and strengthened specifically to meet our customer promise: being your single source supplier of innovative solutions.
Ongoing innovations serving the industry's focus on liquids extraction and LNG exports.
Enerflex's Houston manufacturing facility feeds global and domestic markets, with large-scale assembly capacity and comprehensive capabilities including high-capacity refrigeration, liquids fractionation and deep-cut processing.
Compression and processing rental equipment, after-market services, electric power opportunities and new equipment offerings serve a wide customer base.
Serving an array of customer requirements, from coal seam gas to LNG and high-pressure storage compression.
Our locally based design and engineering team serves this large region with specialized offshore and onshore compression, processing, refrigeration, rental equipment and FPSO topsides.
Integrated delivery of large turnkey facilities, including the 90 MMSCF per day processing facility with 6,000 barrels per day of condensate extraction for Oman Oil Company Exploration and Production.
Industry-leading capability and experience serving specialized needs across a culturally diverse and geographically broad region.
When you join Enerflex, you're on a team of exceptional people and you're in a place of opportunity to do exceptional things.
Enerflex people are problem-solvers, risk-takers and team players, passionate about translating skills into solutions that meet or exceed the needs and expectations of our customers.
Virtually everything we do involves collaboration. That is a key feature of our culture, and it strengthens the Company.
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2020 ESG Performance Summary and SASB Mapping
The world currently relies on hydrocarbons to reliably meet energy needs, but we recognize and expect that future energy demand will continue to be met in part by a growing proportion of renewable energy sources. While continuing to deliver natural gas solutions, the Company pursues and will continue to pursue opportunities that benefit the global effort to address climate change, including:
We have made it our responsibility to understand the environmental impact of our operations and work towards minimizing our footprint, including by:
In early 2020, Management established an Environmental Assessment Committee responsible for:
Throughout 2020, climate-related risks and opportunities were further integrated into Enerflex’s strategic planning and investment decisions. In early 2021, the Board appointed a Chief Energy Transition Officer, responsible for progressing the Company’s energy transition strategy, and identifying, evaluating, and driving low-carbon energy product and service solutions.
1 Enerflex has defined Scope 1 and 2 emissions according to the methodology contained in the GHG Protocol (March 2004). Scope 1 emissions include all emissions from sources owned or controlled by Enerflex. Thus, Enerflex has included the emissions from its contract compression fleet in its Scope 1 emissions, even though such units are operated and controlled by the customer. Scope 2 emissions include all indirect emissions resulting from the generation of purchased electricity consumed by Enerflex. Enerflex has calculated Scope 1 and 2 emissions using the industry-specific calculation methodology set forth in the API Compendium (August 2009), including only CO2, CH4 and N2O (emissions of the other Kyoto Protocol gases have been deemed inconsequential).
2 Enerflex Annual Information Form for the year ended December 31, 2020, dated February 24, 2021.
3 Enerflex has calculated fuel and electricity consumed using the methodology set forth in the API Compendium (August 2009).
4 In 2020, Enerflex had a total of 11 non-road diesel engines in service globally, representing 0.23% of Enerflex’s global Scope 1 emissions.
5 Enerflex has calculated renewable electricity consumed using the 2019 electricity mix per country data published by BP Statistical Review of World Energy & Ember.
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