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Edmonton’s Synodon Inc. inks U.S. partnership

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The oil and gas inspection technology company has signed a deal to market its aerial pipeline monitoring technology in the U.S.

EDMONTON, Alta.—Remote sensor technology company Synodon Inc. has signed a partnership agreement to provide sensing services to Meeker, Okla.-based Gateway Services Group’s oil and gas customers.

The two companies will jointly market Synodon’s realSens aerial integrity management services to oil and gas companies in the U.S. and particularly to Gateway’s existing pipeline customers.

Gateway uses Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) technology via a helicopter-mounted platform for certain survey projects.

“Synodon is very pleased to initiate this collaboration agreement as we value the strong relationships that Gateway has built with more than 120 pipeline operators in the Texas and Oklahoma region over the last 18 years,” says Adrian Banica, CEO of Synodon. He added that, “we look forward to working closely with Gateway to help bring our realSens solutions to their customers as a complement to the services which Gateway already provides.”


Synodon Inc. provides advanced airborne pipeline integrity management services to the oil and gas sector through a suite of services including natural gas and liquid hydrocarbon leak detection, pipeline threat assessments, and waterway crossings analysis among others.

Gateway is an Oklahoma-based energy services company that provides survey, drafting, mapping, pipeline construction, environmental, and safety services.


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