Pete Cook, Editor
While we’re a long way from being fully back on our feet, there are some reasons for optimism for frac sand and North American onshore. You can read the experts’ take in the articles below. Anecdotally, we’re seeing it with new registrations and sponsorships for both the 2020 Mobile Mini
Maybe journalists got sick of writing bad news. Maybe state economies opening up have gotten people looking ahead. I don’t know exactly why, but in the past week we have had several positive articles about the future of North American shale. We also have some very interesting industry articles this
While the pandemic news seems to be trending the right direction, the oil & gas world continues to struggle. It is difficult to see so many good people out of work, particularly in the energy sector. Hopefully, with states easing restrictions and opening some businesses, we’ll see an uptick in
Plenty of interesting articles in today’s newsletter. At the time of writing, there is a fair amount of talk about how actual coronavirus cases and hospitalizations are much lower than the estimates. Hopefully that trend continues and we can start working toward normalcy again. We’ll see. Have a great Easter!
Hopefully you have been able to take advantage of the “no travel” and “work from home” situation to catch up on important issues, clean up the home office, and sit and think about priorities, innovations, and life. I’ve been pleasantly surprised this week how much of that type of thing
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