Celicourt wins FluidOil

Celicourt Communications has been appointed by FluidOil, the independent heavy oil technology company.

fluid-oil-pic-1Celicourt’s technology clients who service the oil and gas market include London-listed Mycelx, which specialises in permanently removing oil and hydrocarbons from water, and Magma Global, the PE-owned manufacturer of carbon fibre pipe for subsea developments.

Mark Antelme, Celicourt’s managing director, said: “We are extremely pleased to have won the FluidOil account. The company’s upgrading technology could not be more relevant as the need for cost effective heavy oil upgrading solutions has never been greater.”

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