2,250

Pumping Hours

375

Million lbs Proppant

4,500,000

Gallons Diesel Fuel Saved

About Evolution®


The "Next-Generation"
Pressure Pumping
Company



Evolution's® Comparison Chart

Evolution's® Cleaner Emissions

Evolution's® Fleet

Conventional Fleet

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Evolution's® Fleet

Evolution® uses best-in-class, clean burning mobile gas-turbine generator technology.

Conventional Fleet

Conventional 30,000 HP fracturing operations require 20+ diesel engines to power each fleet.

Evolution's® Reduced Crew Size

Evolution's® Fleet

Conventional Fleet

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Evolution's® Fleet

Evolution’s® electric fracturing operations reduce the required site personnel by more than 50%, utilizing electric equipment and enhanced automation.

Conventional Fleet

The average conventional fracturing operation is crewed by 25+ personnel.

Evolution's® Quieter Operations

Evolution's® Fleet

Conventional Fleet

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Evolution's® Fleet

Evolution’s® electric fracturing fleet generates a noise level of +/- 85 dB.

Conventional Fleet

Conventional frac fleets generate noise levels exceeding 115+dB.

Evolution's® Operational Safety

Evolution's® Fleet

Conventional Fleet

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Evolution's® Fleet

Evolution® engineered and designed the Next Generation of pressure pumping equipment to improve safety, including personnel exposure at the wellsite.

  • Evolution’s® electric fracturing equipment platform eliminates requirements for hot fueling regardless of job size or length of pump time.
  • With remote operations, NO personnel are required near any of the process equipment during a frac job, eliminating exposure to high pressure components.
  • The physical layout of the equipment has been engineered to minimize the personnel required during rig-up and rig-down.

Conventional Fleet

Conventional fracturing equipment requires more “hands on” operations, increasing personnel exposure.

  • Diesel engines require hot fueling during pump time.
  • Blenders and other process equipment require hands-on personnel
  • Equipment design requires more handling, more personnel, and a greater exposure at the wellsite.