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Audubon Launches New Opero Energy Division

HOUSTON, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Audubon announces the launch of its new products division Opero Energy, dedicated to delivering integrated processing products to the oil and gas markets. The new division is part of a strategic plan to open a new market segment to our customers, meeting demand for streamlined products and service offerings through one source.

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The primary goal of Opero Energy is to provide faster production profits for our clients. "Backed by years of experience in engineering solutions and field services, Opero Energy is culturally driven to produce high performance products that are as lean as possible," says Brian Weidner, technology vice president. "Our team of industry experts allow for one-of-a-kind customization and service advantages not seen by other product providers."

Opero Energy offers cryogenic gas plants, hydrocarbon stabilizer units, amine treating systems, LNG plants, NGL fractionation, and dehydration equipment solutions that produce higher liquid feedstream recoveries with lower utility input requirements than other products on the market, resulting in lower capital operating costs for enhanced recoveries.

To celebrate the launch, Opero Energy will be hosting an open house Wednesday, March 26th from 4 pm to 8 pm. Clients, suppliers and vendors are invited to view the new space, meet the Opero Energy team and learn more about Opero Energy's product offerings while enjoying light bites and refreshments.

About Opero Energy
Opero Energy, a division of Audubon, offers proven equipment solutions and professional capabilities to the oil and gas markets. For more information, visit

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