Colorado Technology Association Announces Crusoe Energy Systems as Winner of Emerging Technology Company of…

first_img WhatsApp Pinterest Pinterest Previous articleWorldwide Blockchain Market in Healthcare Industry to 2026 – North America to Witness the Highest Growth – ResearchAndMarkets.comNext articleP&G’s Microban 24 and Laurent Duvernay-Tardif Join Forces to Recognize Sanitation Workers as the “Most Valuable Protector” Ahead of NFL Super Bowl LV Digital AIM Web Support WhatsApp Local NewsBusiness Colorado Technology Association Announces Crusoe Energy Systems as Winner of Emerging Technology Company of the Year APEX Award Twittercenter_img TAGS  Twitter Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 3, 2021– The Colorado Technology Association (“CTA”) names Crusoe Energy Systems Inc. (“Crusoe”) as the winner of the APEX Award for Emerging Technology Company of the Year. The honor is awarded to Colorado’s most innovative technology company which has operated for less than five years. CTA, a membership based organization, strives to promote technology in the state of Colorado by connecting leaders in the industry, highlighting the state’s technology industry and providing mentorship opportunities. Crusoe’s Digital Flare Mitigation™ (“DFM”) technology captures natural gas that would otherwise have been flared in the oil field and repurposes the wasted gas to power mobile, modular data centers deployed directly at the wellsite. DFM reduces methane emissions from flaring by over 95%, significantly reducing CO 2 -equivalent emissions and the environmental impacts of hydrocarbon production. Over the past two years, Crusoe has deployed more than 35 DFM systems throughout Colorado, North Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana and has prevented hundreds of millions of cubic feet of wasteful natural gas flaring. Crusoe was founded in 2018 by Colorado natives and high school friends Cully Cavness and Chase Lochmiller. Cavness, Crusoe’s President and Chief Operating Officer, said, “On behalf of our entire team, we are honored to be selected as the winner of the APEX Award for Colorado’s Emerging Technology Company of the Year. We believe that many of the environmental challenges faced by the energy industry can be addressed through technology and innovation, and we are proud that Crusoe has been recognized for advancing solutions that generate both environmental and economic benefits.” Over the past two years, Crusoe has grown their team to more than 50 employees across three states and has received funding from investors such as Bain Capital Ventures, Founders Fund, and Winklevoss Capital. About The Colorado Technology Association and the APEX Awards CTA is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the APEX Awards with a week of virtual events culminating with the 2021 Award Ceremony on February 4th. Other APEX awards include: Talent Champion of the Year, Emerging Leader of the Year, and Project of the Year. Former notable APEX winners include Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and Colorado Springs based space technology startup, Bluestaq. About Crusoe Energy Systems Inc. Crusoe provides innovative solutions for the energy industry. By converting natural gas to energy-intensive computing, Crusoe’s Digital Flare Mitigation™ service delivers an environmentally sound way to create a beneficial use for otherwise wasted natural gas. Crusoe has deployed flare mitigation projects in North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming and Colorado. Systems are scalable up to millions of cubic feet per day and can be deployed anywhere in the United States or Canada. The company is based in Denver, CO with offices in San Francisco, CA and Williston, ND. View source version on Crusoe Energy Systems: Cully Cavness,[email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA COLORADO INDUSTRY KEYWORD: OIL/GAS ENERGY OTHER TECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGY OTHER ENERGY SOURCE: Crusoe Energy Systems Inc. Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/03/2021 12:00 PM/DISC: 02/03/2021 12:00 PM Facebooklast_img

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