Peak Energy wins $3.3M contract
CALGARY: Peak Energy Services Trust has won a second wastewater treatment contract worth $3.3 million with a major international oil and natural gas producer located on the north slope of Alaska.
Peak subsidiary Sanitherm Inc. is in the final stages of constructing a water and wastewater treatment system to support drilling camps for an unnamed customer.
The Calgary-based installer of water and waste treatment technologies said the first system announced in May will service approximately 120 personnel and will include a Sanitherm SaniBrane Membrane Bioreactor, a Sanitherm/Hydropro Reverse Osmosis for potable water treatment and a Sanitherm/Pennram incinerator for sludge and garbage disposal. The second system will be delivered in March next year.
Peak Energy Services Trust is a diversified energy services organization operating in western Canada and the US.