Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #337 | August 25, 2021
Exciting outlook for fracking world in Texas and developments on the international stage! Rig counts are looking to increase in the Permian and Haynesville, and growth continues in the Vaca Muerta.
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And now, the news…
The latest data is that the Permian rig count is likely to continue edging higher into 4Q21 and move higher in 2022 as well.
In 2021 the Haynesville shale in Texas and Louisiana has taken off. A look into what has changed, whether this surge will continue, and for how long.
Catching up on frac sand mentions in recent pressure pumper market commentary, three things stood out as some of the more interesting things pumpers have said.
Article in Spanish discussing July’s production reached the highest levels in 17 years in the Vaca Muerta.
Lium Research recently constructed a new database tying real time shale activity to production volumes of oil and gas to show why sand pumped is the number to watch.
It has pledged that 60% of the water it provides for fracking will be recycled by 2022, up from 42.1% in 2020.
Today, Solaris unveiled in a video update with a bucket elevator loading system for top filling their silos.
The Wressle oil field has produced at its targeted rate of 500 barrels in testing in the UK.
2Q21 was the busiest quarter for US E&P deal flow since we started keeping track of significant E&P M&A transactions in 2017.
After almost 40 years at the helm of what is today Argentina’s most influential oil and natural gas workers union, Guillermo Pereyra has decided to hand over the reins to a successor, Marcelo Rucci.
Discussion about how transition to renewable energy is not feasible according to the EIA goals.
Interesting chart from Audis Byrd on LinkedIn.
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