Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #353 | December 22, 2021
Merry Christmas and a happy new year to all our digest readers! As everyone wraps up their 2021, we read about what 2022 could look like. Wanted: frac sand truck drivers. LNG exports to increase (but maybe not like crazy). More shifts to in-basin sand with new mine construction. Rig count for 2022 looks very promising.
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Pour yourself that cup of coffee, wash it down with a glass of eggnog, and find the most important news stories from the past week.
And now, the news…
Read about how Texas’s current market conditions will play into the demand for frac sand truck drivers next year.
The Williston Basin’s Bakken and Three Forks formations within Montana and North Dakota contain substantial natural gas and oil reserves yet to be discovered, but extensive drilling since 2013 has reduced the overall amount, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
A summary of the in-basin plants going into production in 2022 (there’s at least 15).
A state appeals court on Thursday refused to reinstate a permit for a proposed $75 million frac sand operation in western Wisconsin.
Just how stable was 2022’s rig count growth?
Simul-fracs are one of the biggest methods gaining attention our there right now.
Almost a year after Myanmar’s military seized power, the U.S. and other Western nations have levied several rounds of sanctions against the country, but they have yet to target the oil-and-gas industry, the junta’s main financial artery.
Saudi Arabia: Muadinoon Mining enhances frac sand production in Saudi Arabia
Cold weather and fear of a Russian invasion of Ukraine send natural-gas prices into overdrive.
The unprecedented 2021 TX RRC crackdown on SWD-induced seismicity in the Permian continues with one more big action taken by the TX Railroad Commission before year-end.
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