Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #338 | September 1, 2021
Increasing local mine growth, simul-frac discussions, Canadian growth, and more. Continued growth in the frac sand world this week!
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And now, the news…
Permian vs Eagle Ford vs Haynesville vs MidCon. A look at how fast the labor force is growing in each basin.
Bold prediction: Eagle Ford rig count will push significantly higher into early-2022.
Select Sands reports increased sales volumes for Q2 2021 (42% higher compared to Q1 2021 and 61% higher than Q4 2020) driven by further expansion in customer activities in response to an improved commodity price environment.
Aside from the priceless (net) activity recovery in pressure pumping this year, ESG fleet conversion is the sector’s biggest theme.
Mine activity for the first half of 2021 for all mines known to sell frac sand in the USA.
“We are drilling near some of our best wells to date and planning to implement a higher frac intensity relative to the previous wells with improved economics expected.” – Jordan Kevol, chief executive CE1
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