Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #333 | July 28, 2021
There continues to be very positive news from the oilfield services sector. Someday it will trickle down to the frac sand segment too, and you want to position yourself to be able to take advantage of those opportunities. Join us at the largest frac sand event of the year to build the relationships you need to succeed!
And now, the news…
Halliburton, Baker Hughes and Schlumberger reported higher revenues during the second quarter as more economies reopened with the rollout of coronavirus vaccines, buoying demand for gasoline, diesel and jet fuel.
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Schlumberger turned a profit in the second quarter as drilling activity continued to rebound from the pandemic-driven oil bust.
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So in this week’s rig count spotlight, we take a look at gas prices vs. rig counts in the big two US basins – Appalachia and Haynesville.
Natural gas pipeline exports from the U.S. to Mexico surpassed 7 billion cubic feet per day on multiple days during June, the EIA said.
The key question now, assuming the bullish commodity price backdrop continues, is how the D&C programs of Haynesville and Appalachia E&Ps react.
We have fewer than 40 spots still open for golfers, and because the venue already has several other tournaments going on at the same time, we will be unable to add any golfers beyond our current group size.
How long will E&P activity shrug off the commodity price tape? How will shale gas E&Ps spend the cash flow windfall they are getting in this tape?
Limited infrastructure and resources meant that La Chola required a highly efficient, modular, and small footprint solution that would help maximize product yield at the lowest possible operational cost.
North Dakota's top oil regulator said Tuesday the number of frack crews operating in the state is far below what the industry would expect at current price levels.
A North Dakota regulator says the state’s oil output is “flat as a pancake” due a lack of crews available to frack wells.
Awareness of silica sands amongst Australian investors continues to grow despite being a commodity that is not usually associated with being in high demand or hard to find.
Investment helps finance their turn away from frac sand to producing silica sand for solar panels.
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