SECURE Sells Integrated Solutions Business In Western Canada
27 March 2023
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On March 15, 2023, Secure Energy Services Inc.
("SECURE") (through a wholly-owned subsidiary) disposed
of its Integrated Fluids Solutions business in Western Canada to a
company which provides recycling services for the oil and gas
SECURE is a leading environmental and energy infrastructure
business headquartered in Calgary, Alberta.
Andrew Lamb of Gowling WLG advised SECURE with respect to this
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