ICR previously completed a similar contract for Shell over the past three years.
Scott Byers, Technowrap Key Account Manager at ICR said: “This renewal win, especially with the addition of Quickflange, demonstrates the relationship we have with Shell as well the internationally recognised quality of the products and services we offer. Both Technowrap and Quickflange are industry approved and qualified to several type standards and are proven in improving pipeline integrity and flow assurance, which is imperative to Shell.”
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