Shell awards Alberta oil sands supply contract to Iracore International

Iracore International

Hibbing, Minn.-based Iracore International Inc. has been awarded a long-term contract by Shell Canada Energy for the supply of Iracore lined pipe and fittings for use in the Alberta oil sands. The agreement covers a three-year period and provides Shell access to a number of Iracore’s proprietary products and services for use at the Muskeg River and Jackpine oil sands mining projects.

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