GTUIT, LLC was recently featured in the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) Drilling Matters. org educational program. The multimedia and interactive DrillingMatters.org website promotes the value of hydrocarbons to humanity and describes the fundamentals of drilling operations.
IADC invited GTUIT to be part of the Drilling Matters Hydrocarbons in the 21st Century: Green, Clean and Safe multimedia work.
Brian Cebull, President of GTUIT, was interviewed for Drilling Matters during the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston in May. In the interview Cebull explained, “The GTUIT modular and mobile fleet of well site gas processing equipment annually prevents over 250,000 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) from entering the atmosphere.” Cebull went on to say “The methane and ethane captured and separated in the GTUIT equipment can go on to be made into compressed natural gas or liquefied natural gas and used in the field to power drilling equipment, completion equipment or used as fuel for frack water heating.”
Since 1940, the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) has represented the worldwide oil and gas drilling industry.
GTUIT is based in Billings, Montana, and is a leader of well-site level associated gas processing that includes innovative hydrogen sulfide removal and gas processing using mobile and modular equipment to recover natural gas liquids (NGLs) and to condition fuel gas. GTUIT provides both proprietary equipment and best-in-class field service with systems that are mobile and scalable from 250 MCFD to 5MMCFD+.
The firm is focused on providing innovative solutions for stranded gas processing, and reduces air emissions.