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Orbital Gas celebrates grand opening of Houston facility

Orbital Gas celebrated the grand opening of its new Houston facility last week. Located in north Houston, the 39,000-square foot facility will support the company’s growth in the upstream, midstream and downstream product lines and services.

Guests were treated to an array of food and beverages, including authentic Louisiana crawfish. The event provided attendees the ability to tour the new facility and network with associates.

Since its formation in 1984, Orbital Gas Systems has provided unparalleled solutions to the global energy, power and processing markets, becoming a leader in engineering, design, installation and commissioning of industrial gas sampling, measurement and delivery systems. Operating globally, Orbital manufactures a broad range of applications including gas metering, process control, telemetry, gas sampling, environmental monitoring and BioMethane systems.

The company’s line of innovative gas solutions are focused on accuracy. The new facility will allow the company to increase production and service their customers more efficiently.


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