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Berg Chilling Systems acquires Industrial Refrigerated Systems

The merged companies now offer ammonia and HFC refrigeration service and support. Two Canada-based refrigeration companies joined together to offer a comprehensive range of industrial refrigeration services that includes ammonia and HFC-based solutions. Berg Chilling Systems acquired Industrial Refrigerated Systems Limited (IRSL), providing customers with a one-stop shop for refrigeration equipment and service needs regardless […]

Target on Methane

Governments have imposed ambitious targets to stop the emission of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, from oil and gas operations. What will it take to meet them? Decades before climate change became an environmental crisis, Canada’s petroleum industry disposed of then-unmarketable natural gas, or methane, simply by burning it. Read the full story at The […]

Why Methane is the Hottest thing in the Energy Industry Right Now

Methane is exponentially more potent than carbon dioxide. It’s also easier to contain. That means big business for firms that mitigate it In Ottawa this past June, the leaders of Canada, the U.S. and Mexico pledged to work together to reduce methane emissions from the oil and gas industry between 40% and 45% by 2025. […]

Berg Chilling Systems aims to put a chill on flaring in Canada

Innovative, Toronto-based company, Berg Chilling Systems Inc. wants to help Canadian oil and gas producers be greener operators. They want to create the environment for business sustainability utilizing a proven solution that eliminates the flaring of wellhead gas, reduces costs, and increases revenue. Read the full story at Our Great Minds.

Grant to fund feasibility study for multi-use facility in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE – There’s $75,000 added to the pot to make a multi-use sports facility a reality in Huntsville. On Friday evening, MPP Norm Miller officially congratulated the local organizations who’ve received a collaborative $75,000 Seed Grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to study the feasibility of building the new facility. The groups involved with the […]

On-site Flare Gas Capture Helps Meet Emissions Targets

In June of this year, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, U.S. President Barack Obama and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto held a summit meeting on a variety of topics. One area they discussed was climate change and, as a result of their meetings, a goal to reduce methane emissions from oil and gas operations by […]

New ice plant arrives at Huntsville Curling Club

On September 26, 2016 the new Berg ice plant package arrived at the Huntsville Curling Club to completely replace the Club’s aging ice plant. The Huntsville Curling Club is anxiously waiting for Berg Chilling Systems Inc. to start up the new equipment at the end of this month. This complete replacement of the old plant […]

Berg’s Chilling Technology Cuts Carbon

Refrigeration technology developed by Canada’s Berg Chilling Systems Inc. is ready to help oil and gas producers in Western Canada reduce carbon dioxide emissions from associated gas at the wellhead. See more at Lloydminster Source

Refrigeration system could help reduce flaring, generate revenue for western Canadian oil and gas producers

A Toronto-based company with a refrigeration technology that reduces greenhouse gases at oil gas well sites while recovering valuable natural gas liquids hopes to interest western Canadian producers, after deploying 30 systems in the Bakken oilfield in the United States. Read the full article at Enviroline News.

Toronto-based Berg Chilling Systems wants to freeze oilfield emissions

CALGARY — Don Berggren wants to freeze the amount of natural gas flaring that happens in the oilfield. Berggren is president of family-owned, Toronto-based Berg Chilling Systems, a company that designs and manufactures refrigeration units for a wide range of markets including hockey rinks, plastics plants and bakeries — to name a few. The oilfield, […]