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TurboTrac Systems - TIS

Jan 24, 2012
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Nexen Annex Theatre (+15 level)
801 - 7th Ave SW
Calgary, AB
This event is currently not open for registration.
Emission Reduction / Eco-efficiency

TurboTrac Systems, The Technology for Emissions Reduction and Eco-efficiency (TEREE) PTAC Steering Committee and PTAC Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada invite you or a representative of your organization to attend a Technology Information Session. The objective of the session is to introduce an Infinitely Variable Transmission (IVT) as applied to a pump jack to improve overall production revenue while decreasing operating problems and minimizing costs.


Turbo Trac USA, Inc. is a clean technology company. Turbo Trac is the developer and manufacturer of an innovative Infinitely Variable Mechanical Transmission specifically designed to reduce energy consumption, improve productivity and increase the reliability of pump units. Turbo Trac broadly patented transmission designs can reduce energy consumption by up to 25% in some applications.

With a facility located near Dallas, TX, Turbo Trac has done extensive development work in Canada (Turbo Trac Systems, ULC) as well as in the United States. The company was founded by private investors in the oil and gas industry and received substantial financial support from the state and federal government as well as venture capital in developing its energy-reducing technology.

The company is rolling out its product line with initial installations in the oil and gas industry serving oil-well pumping, water pumping and air compression systems.

The patented, core technology has the ability to provide infinitely variable transmission ratios that result in the ability to decouple the input speed of the prime mover from the output speed provided to the driven device at high torque loads. Acting as a variable speed control device the technology will control the speed of the driven pump jack to meet system requirements. The variable speed component allows the pump jack to start at zero RPM position and slowly ramp up to the desired speed requirement, which allows for a soft start situation. This soft start feature provides the operator with two benefits (1) the possibility of using a smaller prime mover as the startup HP could be reduced and (2) lower peak demand charges from your electric utility.

Scope of Information Session

  1. Brief introduction
  2. Presentation of Technology
  3. Application and benefits of technology
  4. Question & Answer session

Who Should Attend?

  • Operators of gas & oil processing facilities
  • Production and facility engineers
  • Energy efficiency specialists
  • Environment managers
  • Those interested in reducing emissions in operations
Jan 24
11:30 AM Scope of Information Session

1. Brief introduction
2. Presentation of Technology
3. Application and benefits of technology
4. Question & Answer session

Early Bird
( 9 Dec)
(Noon on Jan 23)
At Event
PTAC Member FREE FREE $25.00
Non-Members $50.00 $50.00 $75.00


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