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The MSUs will be used by Certarus to transport compressed natural gas, renewable natural gas, and hydrogen to decarbonize industrial applications.
Certarus placed an order for USD $54 million of mobile storage units (MSUs) with Hexagon Agility, with deliveries expected to start in Q1 2024.
“We are continuing to invest to enable the adoption of low carbon fuels with the use of Hexagon’s TITAN modules,” said Curtis Philippon, President of Certarus. “With the Superior transaction now complete, we are aggressively investing to grow as customer urgency to reduce emissions and secure reliable portable energy in a cost-effective manner accelerates. The TITAN modules have been the backbone of our fleet, and we are excited to expand our operations with the new TITAN 450 that will allow us to deliver more gas with fewer trips.”
The MSUs will be used by Certarus, Superior Plus Corp.’s low-carbon energy solutions business, to transport compressed natural gas, renewable natural gas (RNG), and hydrogen to decarbonize industrial applications, provide utility support during demand peaks and pipeline outages, and connect RNG production facilities to natural gas pipelines.