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Kontrol Technologies, a smart buildings and cities specialist, has announced that it has been awarded a new order for the supply of multiple continuous emission monitoring systems for an oil and gas customer in Kuwait via its wholly-owned subsidiary, CEM Specialties

AdobeStock 213401111The system will be delivered in Q3 2021 with the assistance of local installation teams. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

“This order with a new customer represents our continued expansion into the US$2.5bn global emission monitoring system market, with Kontrol’s Middle East footprint now including Kuwait,” said Paul Ghezzi, CEO of Kontrol Technologies.

“Our strategy is focused on deploying our environmental monitoring and building technologies in large energy markets, and this initial sale serves as a prime example of our ability to do so effectively. Through our proprietary software, we will provide the customer with ongoing data and analytics needed to effectively monitor ongoing emissions which is paramount to enterprises within the oil and gas industry.”

The system will be delivered in Q3 2021 with the assistance of local installation teams. Continuous emission monitoring systems are engineered and built to meet the demanding regulatory needs for the determination of gas emissions, particulate matter concentration, or emission rate using optical based pollutant analyser measurements.

In addition, continuous emission monitoring systems include software and algorithms and graphic trending to produce results in units of the applicable regulatory emission limitation or standard. Through its wholly owned subsidiary CEMSI, Kontrol is delivering solutions to customers in Canada, USA, Mexico, and the Middle East.