Flex Leasing Power and Service Welcomes New Vice President of Operations and Service

 

DENVER (March 14, 2019) – Flex Leasing Power and Service, LLC, (FLPS) the leader in microturbine power solutions for the oil and gas sector, is pleased to announce that Eric Earnest has joined the FLPS team as its new Vice President of Operations and Service. Based in FLPS’ Colorado headquarters, Eric will oversee all US and Canadian operations.

With more than 20 years of experience in managing operations in the energy and service industries, Eric has held positions ranging from Project Manager to Chief Operations Officer. Most recently, he was the Vice President of Operations for Enabled Energy, where he oversaw operations, construction management and information systems. Eric completed his Project Management Certification and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Colorado State University and earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Denver.

“Eric is an outstanding addition to our FLPS team, as he brings a deep blend of operations and information technology and has had extensive experience in several ERP conversions. Eric will play a vital role in continuing our reputation for providing reliable, remote power to our customers. We are thrilled to have him on board!” stated Doug Baltzer, FLPS’ Founder and President.

“I am honored to join the FLPS team and energized by the rapidly growing market acceptance of our oilfield power offerings. The company’s solid foundation of superior customer service is something I look forward to continuing to build upon,” stated Eric Earnest, VP of Operations and Service, FLPS.

About Flex Leasing Power and Service

Flex Leasing Power and Service provides reliable, clean, and simple field power solutions to the oil and gas industry. Our high-performance, low-emission and high-uptime gas turbine power solutions deliver the lowest cost of field power over the life of the asset. Customized leasing packages for the Flex Turbine® help operators secure reliable power, reduce flaring, methane venting, and air pollution at oil and gas facilities and industrial plants without major capital investments. FLPS is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, and has field locations in North Dakota, Texas, and Alberta, Canada.