EcoVapor Recovery Systems Launches New Oxygen Destroyer System Product Line
DECEMBER 15, 2016

A large Permian producer contacted EcoVapor and challenged us to develop an oxygen destruction system (ODS) that could be added to their existing VRUs. A few months later, the first ODS 300 (300 MCFD nominal capacity) system was being field tested on a site in the Permian Basin.


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EcoVapor Adds Curtis Locklar as VP Business Development
JULY 1, 2016

Curtis Locklar joined EcoVapor in 2016, bringing 20 years of oilfield sales experience, specifically selling vapor recovery units, compression services, vapor towers, and combustors. Prior to EcoVapor, Curtis served as Regional Sales Manager for Hy-Bon.


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EcoVapor Recovery Systems Adds Dan Kelly to its Board of Directors
SEPTEMBER 9, 2015

EcoVapor Recovery Systems (ERS), a technology leader in the vapor recovery industry, announced the appointment of Dan Kelly to its board of directors. ERS said Kelly joins the board at time of tremendous focus on vapor emissions in the oil-and-gas industry that presents a great opportunity for ERS to expand its footprint in the market.


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Ecovapor Recovery Systems Hosts Gov. Hickenlooper for Signing of HB14-1011
MAY 28, 2014

EcoVapor Recovery Systems, an innovative vapor recovery equipment provider to the oil-and-gas industry, recently hosted Gov. John Hickenlooper for a ceremonial signing of HB14-1011, the Advanced Industry Economic Development Funding Bill.


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Colorado State of Mind
JUNE 12, 2015

Low gas prices push oil and gas producers to innovate, creating opportunities for smaller companies; a new national report gives Colorado poor marks for fairness in education funding; siblings who have been separated in foster care get a chance to spend a week together at camp.


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Pressure to Reduce Methane Emissions Highlights the Need For Better Monitoring

The US government is working on regulations to reduce oil industry methane emissions by more than 40% over the next 10 years. Meanwhile, it is making a large investment in research seeking reliable ways to measure how much of the methane in the atmosphere is from natural gas production versus other sources of the gas that can lead to global warming and smog.


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Ecovapor to Build Products with $250K Grant
MAY 28, 2014

EcoVapor Recovery Systems LLC plans to use a $250,000 state grant to build units used to recover gases that would normally escape oil and gas facilities and pollute the atmosphere. EcoVapor, which has offices in Greeley and Denver, in March received the early-stage capital and retention grant as part of the state of Colorado’s Advanced Industry Acceleration Program, which awarded grants to startups.


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Two Sponsored Bills by Greeley's Rep. Dave Young Become Laws

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed 14 bills into law Saturday, two of which were designed to improve high-tech industries that recycle materials for energy. Those bills were sponsored by State Rep. Dave Young, D-Greeley, and Hickenlooper made the trip to Weld County to sign the bills.


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Ecovapor Turns Oil Field Waste Stream Into Revenue Source While Improving the Environment
APRIL 2, 2014

These are boom times for U.S. oil production. In fact, some estimates say America will become the top oil producer in the world by 2020. But as more drilling rigs appear, one sight you may not see any more is the constant flame that accompanies many of those rigs. It's called flaring when the excess, unusable gases are lit and burned away.


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Advanced Industries Grants Totaling Nearly $2M Awarded to 15 Recipients in Latest Funding Round
MARCH 14, 2014

Gov. John Hickenlooper and the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade on Thursday announced $1,889,972 in Advanced Industry Accelerator Grant Program awards. The awards were for both Proof-of-Concept and Early-Stage Capital and Retention Grants to support key industries in the state.


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Mines Grad Capturing Oil-Gas Emissions
DECEMBER 09, 2012

Hans Mueller graduated from the Colorado School of Mines with a bachelor's degree and a bright idea that may help curb fugitive air emissions from oil and gas fields and make him some money as well. Oil fields can be a significant source of air emissions — in Colorado's Front Range, oil and gas operations create 240 tons of chemical fumes a day, according to state data.


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Colorado Cleantech Industry Association 2012 Awards Announced
OCTOBER 23, 2012

The Colorado Cleantech Industry Association presented awards to 14 recipients during CCIA's annual Colorado Cleantech Industry Awards Celebration on Monday. We are proud to recognize this year's winners for their significant efforts in expanding the cleantech ecosystem in Colorado, said Christine Shapard, CCIAs executive director.


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