Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #405 | January 11, 2023
A question we get from industry contacts from time-to-time is “what’s the price spread between wet and dry Permian sand.”
While there is an abundance of articles and stories that purport global sand shortages, there are no scholarly articles or scientific facts reported that relate the isolated sand shortages acknowledged in the stories to the use of industrial sand.
The start of the year usually means more chaos in the frac sand supply chain, right?
The battle continues for this sand mine.
The closure leaves questions open to the future of the site and its assets.
Cutting the time to complete wells has driven innovation throughout the process, and Solaris Oilfield Infrastructure has turned its inventive engineering focus toward moving, storing and blending sand.
A total of 120,000 barrels of frac water will be used, along with 3,000,000 pounds of frac sand.
It took less than a year to draw 180 million barrels of oil out of the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Replacing those barrels will likely take a lot longer, if it happens at all.
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