Bri-Chem Corp.

About Bri-Chem Corp.

Bri-Chem Corp., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the wholesale distribution of oilfield chemicals for the oil and gas industry in North America. The company supplies, blends, and packages drilling fluid products in various weights and clays, lost circulation materials, chemicals, and oil mud products. It also offers completion, cementing, acidizing, stimulation, and production chemicals; and sells calcium nitrate, barite, silica fume, hydrated lime, potash, sodium carbonate, surfactants, and soda ash. In addition, the company provides testing of drilling fluids for customers for various analyses, including viscosity, fluid loss, lubricity, and others. Further, it provides various services to the oil and gas, industrial, agriculture, and forestry industries; and blends cementing chemicals, as well as supply chain solutions for the oilfield, mining, and construction industries. Bri-Chem Corp. was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Edmonton, Canada.

Serving Our Customers. Satisfying Our Investors. Bri-Chem is a publicly traded wholesale distributor of drilling fluid chemicals, cementing and stimulation products, liquid and dry toll blending and bagging to the North American resource industry. Customer success and investor growth is our focus. Contact us or see our investor profile. About Us Bri-Chem Since 1985, Bri-Chem […]

BRY.TO Canada

0.59USD0.02 (+3.39%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

Toronto exchange

Sector: Energy

Industry: Oil & Gas Equipment & Services

Location Canada, Acheson

Grade: AEF

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