Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #380 | July 6, 2022
A quick industry update following American Independence Day weekend. In the spirit of freedom from oppressors, a big thank you goes out to the “un-thanked” in our industry. Providing an alternative means for energy is a means of protecting the inalienable rights of people all throughout the world, most evident today in Europe. The Founders of the United States would be proud that the citizens of the nation they foresaw have contributed to economically battling against tyrants and oppressors.
To everyone reading this and to your teams, thank you.
And now, the news…
Several oil and gas companies appear likely to IPO, including E & P Ascent Resources, frac sand provider Atlas Sand, and natural gas driller BKV, Kennedy told me.
Biden, caught between climate goals and inflation, should look to how Germany’s Green Party adapted its energy policies.
Nexgen Silica intends to produce frack sand and/or industrial sands, moving the materials for transport on the Mississippi River at Ste. Genevieve, the company said in April.
Responsible for Oilfield Services (OFS) sales, marketing, customer relationships and strategic commercial execution, Jeff will play an integral role in ensuring Atlas will continue to provide premium quality products and services to the Permian Basin.
The re-fracs, which are increasingly popular as shale oil producers look to take advantage of $100 per barrel crude.
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