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Hexagon Lincoln Titan 4

Hexagon Lincoln has received a $4.1 million order for its Titan 4 mobile fueling station, shown here.

Hexagon Lincoln has announced another new order.

The Lincoln company, which is a division of Norwegian firm Hexagon Composites, said Thursday it has received a $4.1 million mobile pipeline order from Compass Natural Gas, a Pennsylvania-based natural gas fuel provider.

Compass said the mobile pipelines, which are Hexagon composite compressed natural gas tanks mounted on semi-tractor trailers, will be used as "gas islands" for utilities in the U.S.

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"Hexagon Lincoln's CNG transport trailers are the world leaders in safety and reliability, and the Lincoln manufacturing facility is first class," Will Muller, director of marketing at Compass Natural Gas, said in a news release. "Partners like Hexagon Lincoln are critical to bringing the advantages of natural gas to under-served markets and we are pleased to continue our relationship with them."

Hexagon said deliveries of the mobile pipeline units will begin this month and continue into next year.

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Matt Olberding is a Lincoln native and University of Nebraska-Lincoln graduate who has been covering business for the Journal Star since 2005.

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