Hexagon Agility, a business of Hexagon Composites, signed an agreement in June 2021 with Xpress Natural Gas LLC (XNG), a full-service provider of compressed and renewable natural gas in the United States, to deliver Mobile Pipeline® modules to transport clean natural gas. Under this contract, Hexagon Agility received its second order from XNG, which represents an estimated value of USD 2.8 million. The modules are expected to be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2021.
“TITAN 53 trailers have enabled us to make clean natural gas accessible and affordable to our customers, keeping businesses running and homes warm through the cold winter months,” said Jeffrey Ciampa, Chief Operating Officer at XNG. “Hexagon’s products have proven to be high-quality – safe, reliable and high performance.”
TITAN® 53 modules offer the highest capacity in North America and will serve multiple projects to communities and industries that do not have access to natural gas or lack sufficient pipeline capacity to meet anticipated demand.
“We applaud XNG for continuing to connect industry and communities to clean natural gas,” said Seung Baik, President of Hexagon Agility. “We are very pleased to support XNG in achieving our common vision of driving energy transformation through cost-effective clean energy options.”
Mobile Pipeline® is vital to driving energy transformation away from petroleum fuels to clean and renewable natural gas. Companies like XNG have been a leader in the industry, enabling customers without pipeline access to adopt natural gas and meet their environmental goals. With more than 1,700 Mobile Pipeline® modules now deployed around the world, Hexagon Agility continues to set the standard for safety, reliability, and performance.
Last week, Hexagon Agility also received its eighth set of orders in 2021 under a master services agreement signed in June 2020 with a global logistics customer to deliver renewable natural gas and CNG fuel systems for medium and heavy-duty trucks. This represents an estimated value of approximately USD 12 million. Deliveries of the fuel systems are scheduled to start in the fourth quarter of 2021.
Source: Hexagon Agility