Airgas-Norpac Cracks Through Obstacles On Sub-Sea Pipeline

Lucas, Ron
July 2000
Gases & Welding Distributor;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p21
Trade Publication
Part I. Focuses on the involvement of Russian distributor Airgas-Norpac in the North Sea sub-sea pipeline project. Airgas' supply of abarsives, brushes, electrodes and personal protective equipment and other supplies to Houston Contracting, the firm selected by BP Exploration to build the sub-sea pipeline; Airgas' teamup with Lincoln Electric to manufacture a special run of Shield Arc 80 electrodes for Northstar.


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