Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #407 | January 18, 2023
Permian sand market tightens this week, which could be the reason why the rest of the industry is a little bit quieter.
And now, the news…
Various notes from throughout the field confirm that sand market is getting tighter in the past week.
British Columbia and Blueberry River First Nations agreed on a plan that will clear the way for oil and gas development in the lucrative Montney shale play in northeast B.C. and northwest Alberta.
The graph shows continued growth in this key metric.
After a year of price hikes from service providers, oil-and-gas companies may be looking for some relief. By the looks of it, service providers aren’t going to be offering any.
In-basin mines vs NWS play a key role in determining the shift.
Halliburton’s conference call this morning lines up well with some of our recent research and presents a positive fundamental framework for OFS into next year.
China’s rapid shift to reopen its economy following lengthy Covid-19 lockdowns should help oil demand rise to a record level this year, the International Energy Agency said.
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