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Orbital Gas Systems showcases new technologies at open house

More than 150 attendees, including midstream and downstream end users and service companies, viewed featured technologies including, GasPT® analysis units, VE Technology® sampling equipment, Mercury Analyzer systems, Integration modules and BioMethane solutions.
More than 150 attendees, including midstream and downstream end users and service companies, viewed featured technologies including, GasPT® analysis units, VE Technology® sampling equipment, Mercury Analyzer systems, Integration modules and BioMethane solutions.

Orbital Gas Systems, a wholly-owned Energy subsidiary of CUI Global, Inc., held a technology showcase and open house for customers and suppliers at its Houston facility Thursday, April 25. The 39,000 square foot facility supports the growth of the upstream, midstream and downstream product lines and services, including gas metering, process control, telemetry, gas sampling, environmental monitoring and BioMethane systems.

More than 150 attendees, including midstream and downstream end users and service companies, viewed featured technologies including, GasPT analysis units, VE Technology sampling equipment, Mercury Analyzer systems, Integration modules and BioMethane solutions.

"Three years ago customers were buying just engineering services from Orbital, but today, given our advanced metering technology, customers are very interested in buying and deploying our products as well," said Orbital President Nicholas Clough. "And, the outstanding support of our customers and suppliers in attendance really demonstrates the gas industry's need for our technologies and the importance of periodic knowledge transfers like these that facilitate our sales and business development activities. 

This event showcased the full capabilities of our Houston facility and Orbital's innovative technologies, as well as serving to highlight employees who engineer, manufacture, install, and service these technologies on a daily basis."