Dallas, Texas 09/11/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – Profire Energy, Inc.(NASDAQ:PFIE) the company engaged in combustion management technologies related to the oil and gas industries has announced a series of interactive sessions for the month of September.
First was the September 4, Gateway Conference where the company presented its quarter report as well as the guidance for 2015.
Profire Energy, Inc.(NASDAQ:PFIE) has also announced that it will host on September 18, its annual shareholder meeting. As Chief Financial Officer of Profire noted, the feedback of shareholders was very important for Profire and that; Profire looked forward to the support of their shareholders.
Andrew Limpert added that, “As Profire grows, our shareholders will become increasingly important to our success. We’ve appreciated our shareholders’ feedback as we’ve grown over the years, and look forward to their continued support as we plan forand execute inthe years ahead.”
Profire Energy has been focused on the development of safe as well as efficient transportation as well as production of oil and natural gas. In recent times, energy companies have continued to build higher safety parameters and tools for its employees and comply with some of the most aggressive regulatory requirements for safety. Simultaneously, there has been energy production enhancement of margins as well, given the technology which Profire Energy offers with its ‘burner management systems’
As the company moves ahead with proprietary technology, offering solutions which meet the needs and standards required by regulators, the company continues to engage with investors and analysts.
Profire already operates in Utah, Texa, Alberta, Canada and Oklahoma City.
As the company increases its shareholder base, the CFO claimed that it hopes to offer the best of the facilities at its expanded location in Lindon. The CFO and the management are also looking forward to talk about a pilot test they wish to conduct with respect to the services they offer as well as recurring-revenue model that they wish to offer users.