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Orbital Gas Systems wins technology order from major gas network

CUI Global, Inc.'s wholly-owned Energy subsidiary, Orbital Gas Systems ("Orbital" or the "Company"), announced that it has received an order to supply and commission a VE Technology Sample System, including sample probe and analyzer, for deployment at a new customer's natural gas liquids (NGL) plant.

Terms of the order with the customer, one of the largest gas network operators and energy infrastructure companies in the U.S., were not disclosed. The order follows the recent addition of Orbital to the customer's list of preferred vendors for the Company's VE Technology sample probes and systems, analytical integration and GasPT products.

"This award reflects execution on our go-to-market strategy and pursuit of inclusion onto prospective customers' preferred vendors' lists to drive sales of our gas technology products and integration capabilities," stated Nicholas Clough, President of Orbital. "Deployment of our VE Technology at this plant will enable us to showcase our analytical integration expertise to a customer that purchases thousands of sample probes and thermowells annually across the entirety of its gas network. It also gives us a beachhead from which to drive interest in and sales of our complete offering of gas technology products, including leveraging our decades of experience gained in the U.K market to drive sales of other natural gas integration projects, such as custody transfer and metering skids."

 


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