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Canada’s NEE Offers Galileo Equipment

June 12, 2015 in CNG, Companies, LNG, NGVs, propane autogas by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Firm with a Dozen Branches for Both CNG and LNG Equipment

Canada’s National Energy Equipment will handle the full line of compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas equipment manufactured by Argentina’s Galileo.

Canada’s National Energy Equipment will handle the full line  of Galileo natural gas equipment, including Microbox for CNG and Cryobox for LNG.

Canada’s National Energy Equipment will handle the full line of Galileo natural gas equipment, including Microbox units for CNG and Cryobox portable liquefaction systems for LNG.



The agreement covers Galileo’s Microbox and Nanobox units for CNG, as well as its “Virtual Pipeline” equipment for bulk shipments of CNG to off-the-grid remote-location customers.

It also includes Galileo’s scalable LNG production units for vehicular markets and for marine, rail, mining, power generation, and energy exploration and production high horsepower customers.

30 Years in Alternative Fuel Vehicles

NEE notes that it “designs, sells and services complete fuel delivery systems for use in transportation, agriculture, industrial facilities, commercial, aviation, power generation, marine, rail, mining, oil and gas applications.”

The company has 12 locations across Canada and has more than 30 years of experience converting vehicles to CNG and propane autogas operation.

“Our customer base expects NEE to be at the forefront of new technology,” marketing director Tiina McCombie said in a release. “We want to provide innovative solutions for whatever their choice in energy fuels may be.”


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Source: National Energy Equipment with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

 

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