Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #393 | October 5, 2022
Frac sand’s vital role in the frac supply-chain continues to spark innovations and expansion: mini-mines, long-distance conveyors, and even going to Australia.
Frac Sand Conference: Platinum sponsorships are sold out, Golf sponsorships are sold out, hotel rooms are nearly sold out (again), golf outing is filling up fast, and only a handful or so booth spaces left! Do not wait to ensure your place for November!
And now, the news…
As in-field frac sand mining proliferates around Midland, sand traffic is declining. In this post we do some math on how much…
Territory Sands says it has identified a resource of 110 million tonnes of sand near the tiny town of Larrimah, which it believes could be used for fracking gas wells.
The latest about a rumored new sand plant in the Midland Basin.
There once was a project idea, radical and transformational, based on disruptive thinking in sand transportation. It was put on hold. But will that always be the case?
Many fracking operators are introducing new ESG measures, such as water recycling, emissions reduction at the well site, and the use of in-basin sand to eliminate drying and long-haul transport.
“Continuing current Gulf Coast exports is essential to efficiently rebalance markets—particularly with diverted Russian supplies,” Mr. Woods wrote. “Reducing global supply by limiting U.S. exports to build region-specific inventory will only aggravate the global supply shortfall.”
With oil price fluctuating drastically this year, what happens to OFS if next year stays more constant at the current rates?
With demand down, Chinese companies that signed long-term contracts to buy U.S. liquefied natural gas are selling the excess and making hundreds of millions of dollars per cargo.
Get relevant announcements and news from major outlets, industry leaders, and local media so you always know what’s happening and changing in the frac sand industry.
Subscribe to get our carefully curated summary of relevant frac sand related news and analysis delivered to your inbox each Wednesday morning.
Event Registration – $25