Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #343 | October 6, 2021
Pour the coffee and start today updated on the latest and greatest in the frac sand world over the past week! With oil and gas prices as high as they are, read into how that’s playing out both at home and overseas.
And now, the news…
Great summary from Infill about the Industry Updates happening recently.
Chief Executive Officer Bryan Shinn stated, "Sandra brings valuable operations and supply chain experience in addition to a diverse perspective to U.S Silica. We look forward to the benefits of her leadership and I am delighted to welcome her to our board."
Instead of wishful thinking, you may hear actual quantification of real pricing gains surfacing in pumper commentary and reports over the next six to nine months.
Coterra Energy Inc. today announced the successful completion of the combination of Cabot and Cimarex, creating a premier, diversified energy company with a strong free cash flow profile, well positioned to deliver superior and sustainable returns to shareholders through commodity cycles.
OPEC and a Russia-led group of oil producers agreed to continue increasing production in measured steps, delegates said Monday, deciding against opening the taps more widely, and driving U.S. crude prices to their highest levels since 2014.
Winternitz Industrial Auctioneers & Appraisers is pleased to announce that they have completed the liquidation of surplus assets from Hi Crush's Sand Mining operations in Whitehall Wisconsin, and are transitioning to an Auction of remaining assets.
OPEC’s secretary-general said consumers should brace for more energy shortages unless the world boosts investment in new oil-and-gas development, the cartel’s first, full-throated response to increasing calls to limit such spending.
The storage technology continues an interesting dive into the potential for silica sand to be used instead of lithium for storing energy.
Country could soon reach its economic pain threshold and embrace the dirty fuel again as winter looms.
“As we shape the future architecture of the energy sector it would be advisable not to ignore some low hanging fruits for energy generation which provide a win-win scenario for Guyana if implemented.” – Dr. Trotz
A U.K. court on Monday fined Petrofac Ltd. £77 million (equivalent to $104.3 million) for failing to prevent senior executives from using agents to bribe public officials for oil contracts in the Middle East.
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