Ely oil and gas company with more than 25 years in the business celebrates moving in to new home

12:16 22 May 2014

Opening of new OGS building at Angel Drove business park, Ely. Left: MD Steve ODonnell and Lucy Frazer QC. Picture: Steve Williams.

Opening of new OGS building at Angel Drove business park, Ely. Left: MD Steve ODonnell and Lucy Frazer QC. Picture: Steve Williams.

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A leading oil and gas company celebrated moving in to their new home yesterday.

Opening of new OGS building at Angel Drove business park, Ely. Left: MD Steve ODonnell and Lucy Frazer QC. Picture: Steve Williams.Opening of new OGS building at Angel Drove business park, Ely. Left: MD Steve ODonnell and Lucy Frazer QC. Picture: Steve Williams.

Ely based OGH Oil & Gas Holdings, who design and manufacture process and metering systems for the oil, gas and power industries. have made the short move from Gemini House to a new facility Denmark House in Angel Drove business park.

To mark the occasion parliamentary candidate Lucy Frazer QC joined managing director Steve O’Donnell for an official opening ceremony, which included various presentations, a prize draw, champagne and canapes and tours.

To find out more about the company, which was founded in 1989, go to www.oghl.co.uk

Opening of new OGS building at Angel Drove business park, Ely.  MD Steve ODonnell. Picture: Steve Williams.Opening of new OGS building at Angel Drove business park, Ely. MD Steve ODonnell. Picture: Steve Williams.

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