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Dreco Energy Services Ltd 1993 Vintage Catalog Petroleum Well Drilling

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Original 1993 Oil and Gas trade vintage catalog for DRECO ENERGY SERVICE LTD. Main office and plant was located at 9716 93rd Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Rig Technology & Construction, Griffith Downhole Oil Tools, Hitec-Dreco, Kremco, and Trudril Downhole Motors. Complete design and manufacturers of drilling systems for onshore and offshore oil and gas projects. Products include Offshore Derricks & Masts, Drilling Machinery, Drawworks, Traveling Blocks, Mud Pumps, Crowns & Sheaves, Reamers, Shock Tools, Fishing Tools, Kelly Valves and Breakout Machine to name a few. Numerous Images, illustrations, descriptions and specification charts provide extensive product details. Unbound from a large 1994-1995 Composite Catalog of Oil Field Equipment and Services, this unique old ninety-two page technical specifications brochure would display beautifully matted and framed. Nice cover graphics. A fantastic addition to your retro petroleum industry library. Pages are detached and contain a small amount of residual glue on edge.
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