Eliminate Emissions
Eliminate flaring and venting of methane, HVLs, and HVROCs across the entire Oil & Gas Supply Chain.
Develop Solutions
Collaboratively solving our customers' needs with a wide range of technologies & processes.
Satisfy the Customer
Our #1 goal is Customer Satisfaction. ZENRG's culture embraces our employee's development & customer satisfaction.
Lead with Safety
Our Certified Technicians are trained to customer and industry specific standards, and everyone is expected to be a Safety Leader.
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ZENRG Industrial Services helps its customers overcome the growing challenges associated with venting and flaring of hydrocarbons across a wide range of applications in the Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream segments of the Oil & Gas Industry.

The U.S. is now the world’s largest producer of petroleum and natural gas.  That level of production brings real challenges across the industry across the Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream segments of the industry particularly when it comes to processes known as flaring and venting that cause greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).

Flaring is the process of burning natural gas and highly volatile liquids (HVLs) using a dedicated flare to ignite the methane and other hydrocarbon constituents, which can result in both methane and carbon dioxide emissions (CO2). Venting is the direct release of hydrocarbon products into the atmosphere.

These practices have traditionally been used for operational and economic reasons.  But both flaring and venting are sources of GHG emissions– especially methane, which has a greater global warming potential than CO2.

These practices – as well as incomplete combustion, which also releases methane – represent critical challenges for operators and regulators who must work together to significantly reduce emissions in the oil and natural gas sectors.

At a Federal level, the Inflation Reduction Act’s addition of Section 136 to the Clean Air Act will impose the first-ever federal charge on methane emissions. Beginning in 2024, the methane tax will be imposed on releases over a certain “waste emissions threshold.” The “charge amount” over this threshold will be $900 per ton in 2024, $1,200 per ton in 2025, and $1,500 per ton in 2026.

Regulations from federal and in some cases, state regulations that are even more stringent than those in place at the Federal level continue to present our customers with increasingly exacting compliance challenges. 

ZENRG Industrial Services helps its customers meet those growing compliance requirements.  Our alternatives to venting and flaring offer other benefits that include:

ZENRG Industrial Services incorporates proven technologies to help eliminate venting and flaring across the spectrum of businesses in the Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream sectors of Oil & Gas.  We are focused on employing readily available, proven solutions to address our customers’ operational challenges, and routinely engage in solving new challenges across a broad range of applications in our customers’ day-to-day operations.

ZENRG is here to offer new innovative ways to help our customers improve the safety and efficiency of their operations, improve their project ROI, and enable them to achieve their respective organizations ESG targets.

Our Features

24/7 Availability

Experienced crews are available to operate 24/7 to meet your work schedule across a number of locations across the lower 48.

Proven Technology

Provides differentiated solutions, using “best fit” technologies for specific applications.

Safety Controls

Safety controls are a core part of our operations, from the equipment to our operational procedures.

Highly Specialized

Our crews are trained to industry and customer specific requirements and specialized to work with high pressure.

Our Customers

Why Choose Zenrg Industrial Services?

Customer Service…because we care!
The ZENRG Industrial Services leadership team has in excess of 100 years of experience providing services to customers in Oil & Gas.