Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #377 | June 15, 2022
There’s a lot to digest in this digest. If you’ve got a busy morning, mark this as “unread” and come back to it later.
And so much more! Let’s dive in.
And now, the news…
The Department of Labor has laid out its “unprecedented effort to protect miners from serious illnesses” related to respirable silica.
Reaction to breaking news on the regulatory front in frac sand.
Responsible for strategy, sales, marketing, business development and customer experience, Jon will play an integral role in shaping the strategic direction of the company and lead initiatives that include innovative solutions based on automation, robotics and advanced technologies.
E&P spending plans are evolving rapidly, but when are we going to see all operators adjust their budgets?
Toby Rice, CEO of EQT, took dignitaries from over a dozen foreign countries into the heart of the Appalachians.
Capital discipline, supply chain woes, and soaring input costs (especially frac sand) keep production far below pre-pandemic peak.
The billionaire wildcatter is offering about $4.3 billion to buy shares in the shale driller his family doesn’t own.
U.S. Silica will not separate their industrial sand business from frac sand.
Southern’s Generation 3 completion design increased the stage count by over 275% and the proppant concentration by over 40% as compared with the most recent Selma Chalk horizontal wells completed in Mississippi between 2013 and 2015, and initial flowback performance suggests that the increased completion intensity is having a positive result.
While the economy hops into a bear market, how're we looking?
Gas taxes, fuel infrastructure availability, and cost of labor and real estate all determine gas prices across states.
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