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Hexagon receives new RNG mobile pipeline order from U.S. Gain

Hexagon Mobile Pipeline Solutions, a business unit within Norway-headed Hexagon Composites ASA has been awarded an order for its TITAN gas transport modules by U.S. Gain, a leader in the development, procurement and distribution of renewable and compressed natural gas (CNG) in the United States (US). The order has a value of US$1.4 million (≈ NOK 13 million).

Hexagon Mobile Pipeline Solutions, a business unit within Norway-headed Hexagon Composites ASA has been awarded an order for its TITAN gas transport modules by U.S. Gain (photo courtesy Hexagon Composites).

According to U.S. Gain, Hexagon’s Mobile Pipeline modules will allow renewable natural gas (RNG), produced at dairy farms in Wisconsin (WI), to access the pipeline distribution system.

With over 12 projects and climbing, we are investing and partnering with dairies across the United States to expand the supply of the only carbon-negative fuel solution. Fleets across geographies and market sectors are demanding affordable, clean fuel and we are confident RNG is the answer.said Mike Koel, President of U.S. Gain.

TITAN modules are designed for the intermodal transport of compressed gases via rail, truck, or marine vessel. As a key component of RNG projects, the TITAN modules provide a safe, cost-effective and environmentally friendly transportation solution for RNG producers and developers for projects that are located off the gas grid.

Hexagon continues to grow its position in the emerging RNG market. By enabling efficient collection and distribution of RNG, we are able to play our part in assisting customers to reach their emission reduction targets. We are very excited to partner with U.S. Gain, sharing a strong belief in RNG as the fast track emission reduction source, said Jon A. Smith, President of Hexagon Mobile Pipeline.

Deliveries of the TITAN modules are scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2019.

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