EcoVapor Recovery Systems has become the latest company to join the Energy Workforce & Technology Council.
EcoVapor was founded in 2010 to provide innovative, reliable solution to economically control vapor emissions at oil and gas production sites. EcoVapor designs, engineers, and provides oil and gas producers technically advanced vapor recovery units, reducing on-site emissions by hundreds of tons per year.
EcoVapor is dedicated to helping vital industries improve their environmental and financial sustainability with innovative technology. Their solutions help eliminate routine flaring, minimize emissions, and purify natural gas streams to maximize the productivity of oil and gas facilities.
The company is headquartered in Denver, and Jason Roe is CEO and President.
“Adding new members increases Energy Workforce’s ability to elevate the energy services and technology sector. By combining our strengths, we speak with a unified voice that’s heard by lawmakers, regulators and the public. We are glad to welcome EcoVapor Energy to the Energy Workforce & Technology Council.”Energy Workforce CEO Leslie Beyer
For more information about Energy Workforce membership, contact Director of Operations Roni Ashley.
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