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M&I Electric wins LNG project contract

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American Electric Technologies Inc. (AETI) has announced that its M&I Electric business has received a contract to provide a turnkey power delivery solution for a new LNG liquefaction terminal under construction.

The LNG terminal will provide critical fuel supplies during high-demand periods in New England, US.

AETI reports that a leading engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company awarded this contract to M&I Electric. The turnkey solution will include custom-designed low and medium voltage power distribution switchgear and low and medium voltage motor control centres, all deployed within custom-built, climate-controlled Power Distribution Centers (PDCs).

Charles Dauber, President and CEO, AETI, said: "We are very pleased to have been selected to provide power delivery systems to facilitate operations at this new LNG plant […] This project exemplifies our mission of Empowering EnergyTM and we are encouraged that we have received repeat orders from our EPC customers for their critical projects."

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