EthosEnergy Secures Contact Extension for Cogeneration Facility O&M

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The extended agreement allows EthosEnergy to maintain supervision of the combined-cycle cogeneration plant in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

EthosEnergy has been granted a five-year extension for the operations and maintenance (O&M) contract of a cogeneration power plant owned by ExxonMobil. The combined-cycle cogeneration facility, which provides power and steam to ExxonMobil's integrated complex in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, will continue to be supervised by EthosEnergy following the original contract signed in 2018.

EthosEnergy's O&M services include full care, custody, and control of the facility, focusing on safety, environmental and NERC regulatory compliance, as well as facility and business performance. The plant currently has a staff of 82.

The cogeneration plant includes gas turbines, heat recovery steam generators, conventional boilers, and steam turbines, allowing for efficient power and steam generation.


Dave Oldreive, ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Refinery Manager, said, "EthosEnergy has provided reliable energy to fuel our operations, which is critical to helping us produce energy products the world needs. We appreciate their continued dedication to safety, reliability, and efficiency as operators of the cogeneration plant."

Terrence Schoenborn, SVP of Operations and Maintenance for EthosEnergy, noted, "We are eager to continue our strong relationship with ExxonMobil in Baton Rouge. Our focus has been and will continue to be the safety of plant personnel as well as the reliability and optimization of the plant’s life cycle value in support of operations."