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Patent Awarded Over the Holidays

CONCORD, N.H., December 22, 2015 – Boyle Energy Services & Technology, Inc. is proud to announce that the patent assignment (9,217,566) developed by Technical Director Christopher Bloch for a “method and apparatus for commissioning power plants” has been awarded. Filed in October 2008, Boyle Energy and Chris Bloch finally received approval of the company’s proprietary technical equipment and process for commissioning steam turbine generator power plants, otherwise known as SigmaCommissioningTM, after a seven year wait.

For the patent announcement – Recent Patents Award to NH Firms

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Businessman says Battle in Congress over Export-Import Bank is Hurting Business

HOOKSETT, N.H., November 25, 2015 – A Merrimack businessman said a fight in Congress over the fate of business deals abroad, is crimping his energy services business.

“Just when we were getting this thing going; just when we were getting going all over the planet — we’re in 13 countries tonight, including Saudi Arabia and some of the most difficult place in the world to work — our financing was pulled out from underneath us,” Mike Boyle, Founder and CEO of Boyle Energy Services & Technology, said Tuesday during a panel discussion at GE Aviation.

For the complete Union Leader article – Congressional Battle Hurting Business

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Boyle Energy Recognized for Employment Leadership Award Honoree

CONCORD, N.H., October 15, 2015 – Boyle Energy Services & Technology was proud to be recognized at the 7th Annual Employment Leadership Award ceremony as 2015 Top Honoree Award winner for its work with local charities, such as the Nashua Center. All 2015 Employment Leadership Award Nominees are submitted by employment providers throughout New Hampshire and nominations are thoroughly evaluated based on the company’s efforts to: create opportunities that assist people with disabilities to develop the skills they need to obtain competitive employment; adopt inclusive hiring practices that allow people with disabilities to fairly compete for employment; and engage community partners to become a more diverse workplace.

For the award announcement – 2015 ELA Announcement

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BES&T Selected as 2015 Platts Global Energy Award Finalist

MANCHESTER, N.H., October 4, 2015 – Boyle Energy Services & Technology, Inc. Technical Director Chris Bloch has been named a Lifetime Achievement Finalist for the Platts Global Energy Award, an annual program recognizing exemplary industry leadership and innovation. The 2015 finalists, chosen from nearly 200 nominees from nearly three dozen nominating countries, and representing four continents, were announced today by program host Platts, a leading global provider of energy, petrochemical, metals, and agriculture information.

For the complete announcement – GEA Finalists PR _2015

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New England Firms Fear Loss of International Sales

BOSTON, MA, September 25, 2015 – Boyle Energy Services & Technology, Inc. recently purchased a 70,000-square-foot building in Merrimack, N.H., anticipating an expansion that would create 50 jobs, largely based on the overseas sales of the firm’s services and energy technology products.

But Michael Boyle, president of the Manchester, N.H. company said he is now uncertain how fast and how much he will be able to expand, given the recent demise — and increasingly unsure resurrection — of the U.S. Export-Import Bank, which provides the insurance and lines of credit his firm needs to sell and compete in foreign markets.

“Anywhere from 80 to 90 percent of our business is overseas, and we’re severely challenged by this infighting over the Export-Import Bank, said Boyle, noting he is finding it hard to line up larger overseas transactions. “It’s hard finding private-sector alternatives to what the Export-Import Bank offers. It’s going to hurt our plans for growth if something isn’t done.”

For the compete Boston Globe article – New England Firms Fear Loss

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BES&T Senior Leadership Shift

MANCHESTER, N.H., September 21, 2015 – Boyle Energy Services & Technology announced today that Mike McCarthy, Vice President of Global Business Development for nearly three years is leaving the company, the end of September 2015. A dedicated professional, it is Mike’s personal commitments that are taking him to Japan in support of his family. Mike built on the strategic goals and drive of Boyle Energy Founder and CEO Michael Boyle to provide power and petrochemical clients with an innovative commissioning solution. Known for his dedication and hard work, Mike has been responsible for securing critical, technically innovative projects around the world, including Boyle Energy’s first nuclear facility and the new U.S. 1,400 MW combined-cycle, natural gas power plant boasting the U.S.’s largest air-cooled condenser.

“This is an exciting time for Boyle Energy,” Founder and CEO Michael Boyle said. “While Mike will be missed, Boyle Energy is excited to have Juan Suarez leading our international business development and sales, and Wayne Giles and Dave Maloney to augment our efforts, leading the company’s outreach and client relations.”

For the complete media release – McCarthy Suarez Transition_final

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On Small Business Tour, Ayotte Affirms Her Support for Resurrecting Export-Import Bank

CONCORD, N.H., August 3, 2015 – Amid a political fight in Washington D.C. over the fate of the federal Export-Import Bank, New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte expressed support for the bank during a visit to a Concord company Monday.

Ayotte stopped by Concord-based company, Boyle Energy Services & Technology, Inc. to declare her commitment to small businesses, saying the bank was an essential way for American businesses to remain competitive in a global market. Boyle Energy is one of the New Hampshire companies that relies on support from the Export-Import Bank (known as Ex-Im), which gives financial assistance to foreign customers looking to purchase goods from American companies, helping stimulate exports.

For the complete Concord Monitor article – Senator Ayotte Affirms Ex-Im Support

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Union Leader OpEd: For this N.H. Business, the Export-Import Bank is Critical

MANCHESTER, N.H., June 16, 2015 – Boyle Energy Services & Technology, Inc. (BES&T), based in Manchester, offers patented commissioning and pre-commissioning solutions to power, refinery, and other large industrial facilities around the world. For the past eight years, BES&T has grown substantially by creating value for our clients. During this time of great growth, the Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank) has services BES&T with outstanding support.

The Ex-Im Bank has provided our banking partners with the security to back our critical, highly competitive work, and the business assets generated. The value of having Ex-Im Bank support has allowed BES&T to navigate entering and successfully competing in difficult markets internationally. That business otherwise would be awarded to companies in countries that receive preferential consideration.

For the rest of this Union Leader editorial – Export-Import Bank is Critical

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CEO Addresses U.S. House Committee

CONCORD, N.H., June 3, 2015 – Boyle Energy Services & Technology, Inc. Founder and CEO Michael Boyle testified in front of the U.S. House Financial Services Committee regarding the impacts the Export-Import Bank of the United States had for his international commissioning business.

To view this testimony – Financial Service Hearing

To read the written statement – Examining the Export-Import Bank’s Reauthorization Request and the Goverment’s Role in Export Financing

To view Senator Ayotte’s address to the Senate – Senator Ayotte Speaks in Support of Export Import Bank

To view Congresswoman Water’s address to the Congress – Waters Calls on GOP Leadership to Save Ex-Im

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N.H. Business Leaders are Seeking Reauthorization of Ex-Im Bank

PETERBOROUGH, N.H., May 28, 2015 – The looming deadline to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank, which expires at the end of June, is already affecting New Hampshire businesses, business leaders told U.S. Representative Annie Kuster and Export-Import Bank Chief of Staff Scott Schlegel on Thursday.

“So, if we don’t have one of the reauthorization bills passed by then, then we would have to stop issuing any new transactions of any kind,” Schlegel said.

For the complete Union Leader article – Representative Kuster Roundtable

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Shaheen: Exports Critical to Promoting Economic Growth, Job Creation

CONCORD, N.H., April 2, 2015 – Yesterday, U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) visited Boyle Energy Services & Technology to discuss the importance of promoting exports for New Hampshire’s economy and job creation. Shaheen discussed her legislation, the Promoting U.S. Jobs through Exports Act of 2015, which would provide long-term certainty for small businesses by extending the Export-Import Bank through 2022, continuing the bank’s ability to provide businesses with tools they need to compete in the global marketplace, and creating American jobs.

“We have to find common-sense ways to strengthen the American economy, and exporting is a tremendous opportunity for small businesses to grow their companies and reach new markets,” Shaheen said.

For more information about this release – Sen Shaheen Press Release_final

For the complete New Hampshire Business Review article – Export NH Jobs Top 20,000

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Surprise Announcement of Support for Nashua Center

NASHUA, N.H., March 28, 2015 – Boyle Energy Services & Technology, Inc. today announced donations totaling more than $10,000 at The Nashua Center’s 13th Annual Taste of Towns event. The $5,000 sponsorship and $5,000 surprise announcement last night will be the fifth consecutive year of support to help fund early intervention for children, vocational day services for developmentally disabled adults, residential options for the developmentally disabled, and non-medical in-home care for elderly and chronically ill adults. In 2014, Boyle Energy gave The Center $150,000 in recognition of its 20th anniversary in business and as a token of good will to continue their hard work.

“We are proud to be able to continue our support of the exceptional programming that The Nashua Center offers to people of need in our community,” Michael Boyle said. “I have seen first hand, as a previous Board Member and as an employer of their program participants, the wonderful impact they are having daily.”

For the complete media release – Surprise Gift to Nashua Center_March 2015

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Communications Added to Senior Management

MANCHESTER, N.H., February 24, 2015 – Boyle Energy Services & Technology has handpicked Pamela Schmuhl earlier this month as the new Communications Director for their international marketing and public relations needs. Schmuhl comes to Boyle Energy Services and Technology with an expansive degree of marketing-communications experience, including Fortune 100 companies such as FedEx and General Electric.

“We are pleased to have Ms. Schmuhl join the team,” said CEO Mike Boyle. “She brings more than 20-years of marketing-communications experience to Boyle Energy, positioning the company for the next phase of international growth and development.”

For the complete media release – Continued Growth in Intl Mkt for Local Co

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Global Impact: Boyle Energy Technology Used at Power Plants, Refineries Around the World

CONCORD, N.H., October 6, 2014 – In 2003, Mike Boyle was dissatisfied with his company’s performance. So he changed direction, developed a brand-new technology, and in 2012, debuted it in one of the largest fuel refining projects in the world.

Boyle’s new technology – which reduces the time spent transitioning power plants and refineries from construction to operation – saved Chevron six weeks of construction time and nearly $100 million, he said. Boyle received a patent for the technology in 2013.

The success of that project, a plant in Nigeria that transitions natural gas to liquid for easy transport, led to more and more work, and now, Boyle said, “If you see a power plant anywhere along the eastern coast of the United States, we had some hand in it.”

“That first project was really just the right project at just the right time. We wanted to test out the new technology, and they wanted to give us a chance,” he said.

For the complete Concord Monitor article – Global Technology, Global Impact

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Nashua Center Receives Largest Donation in its History

NASHUA, N.H., May, 14, 2014 – The Nashua Center’s 12th annual Taste of the Towns Wine/Food Tasting and Benefit Auction was held at the Radisson Hotel in March, and the center announced, “Together, we made the $1-million mark” in donations.

A presentation was made by Michael P. Boyle, CEO of Boyle Energy Services & Technology, who made history by writing a check for $150,000, the largest single donation in the center’s history.

For the complete Nashua Telegraph article – The Nashua Center Major Gift from BES&T

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BES&T President/CEO to Speak at 2013 U.S. EX-IM Bank Annual Conference

MANCHESTER, N.H., February 20, 2013 – Boyle Energy Services & Technology, Inc. is honored to announce that our President and CEO Mr. Michael Boyle will be one of the speakers at the 2013 Export-Import Bank of the United States’ (Ex-Im Bank) Annual Conference slated for April 4th – 5th in Washington D.C. Mr. Boyle was recently appointed to the Ex-Im Bank’s Advisory Committee for FY 2013. Ex-Im Bank’s Annual Conference presents a unique opportunity for companies from around the world to meet U.S. exporters and learn how foreign buyers of American-made products and services can obtain loans with lower interest rates and long-term financing. Attendees include more than 1,000 exporters and representatives of financial institutions, foreign trade partners, and government officials. Conference participants have the opportunity to meet Ex-Im Bank staff and obtain detailed information about our export credit products and programs.

For more information about this news item – 2013 U.S. EX-IM Bank Conference

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Nashua Center Receives $20,000 from NH Global Corporation, BES&T Inc.

CONCORD, N.H., January 2013 – started off strong for the Nashua Center with the presentation of a $20,000 gift from one of their strongest supporters, Nashua Center Board Member and CEO of Boyle Energy Services & Technology, Inc. (BES&T), Michael P. Boyle. During a holiday gathering at the Center, Mr. Boyle boosted the crowd telling of his strong personal commitment to the Center’s mission, in order to ensure its services will always be available in the community. Mr. Boyle also paid tribute to one of his employees, Lead Generation Specialist, Rebecca Thoms, who also receives services from Nashua Center and was honored to present the check to the Center’s Executive Director, Brian Young. Rounding out her first year of employment at the global corporation with assistance from the JOBS ETC. program, Ms. Thoms was acknowledged for her excellent work performance learning of her candidacy for BES&T’s prestigious “Employee of the Year” Award. The future is looking bright for Thoms and Nashua Center!

For the complete media release – Nashua Center Receives $20,000 from BES&T

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BES&T Featured in the U.S. EX-IM Bank 2012 Annual Report

Export-Import Bank of the United States has identified a number of key industries with particularly high potential for increased U.S. exports and related strong job growth: agribusiness, aircraft and avionics, construction, mining, oil and gas, and power generation, including renewable energy. These industries not only support American jobs, they support the needs of global markets that offer U.S. exporters some of their best opportunities for sales growth.

For New Hampshire-based Boyle Energy Services and Technology Inc. (BES&T), its customer base used to be limited to North American neighbors, Mexico and Canada. Thanks to the support of short-term export-credit insurance from Ex-Im Bank, oceans have been crossed and the company is thriving through sales to international markets beyond North America.

For more information about this news item – Expanding a Services Company’s Reach Beyond North America

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BES&T President/CEO Invited to the White House

WASHINGTON D.C., August 23, 2012 – Boyle Energy Services & Technology, Inc. is honored and proud to announce that President and CEO Michael Boyle has been invited to join the U.S. EX-IM Bank at the White House on Thursday, August 23, 2012. Mr. Boyle recently met with the EX-IM Bank Chairman, Mr. Fred Hochberg at BES&T Headquarters in Manchester, NH to provide insights on small businesses in New Hampshire and also to discuss the future of exporting in America.

For the complete media release – BES&T-President/CEO-Invited-To-The-White-House

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BES&T President/CEO Appointed to the U.S. EX-IM Bank Advisory Committee FY2013

MANCHESTER, N.H., November 21, 2012 – Boyle Energy Services & Technology, Inc., is pleased to announce that it’s President and CEO, Michael Boyle, was recently appointed, among 15 others, to the Export-Import Bank of the United States’ Advisory Committee for FY2013.

For the complete media release – BES&T-CEO-Appointed-To-The-U.S.-EX-IM-Bank’s-Advisory-Committee

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BES&T CEO, Michael Boyle Featured in HBS’s OPM: Personal Impact Video

Boyle Energy Services & Technology, Inc.’s President and CEO, Michael P. Boyle is featured in the Harvard Business School’s OPM: Personal Impact Video. Owner/President Management is an Executive Education Program that provides a trans-formative and supportive environment for business owners and entrepreneurs to become more effective leaders, create/add value to their stakeholders, and manage their companies more effectively and efficiently.

To watch the video, please click on this link.

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