Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #412 | March 1, 2023
New CEO at major in-basin supplier, Chesapeake going towards gas while many folks (temporarily) take a step back, and a lot more.
And now, the news…
One of the biggest Permian land owners talks about plans for four new in-field wet sand mines and expects to begin operations this year.
The deal involves oil assets in the northern part of the Eagle Ford shale basin in South Texas.
The internal promotion seems to highlight strengthening the finances of the company.
It's now LinkedIn official: Performance is now Alpine.
With E&P earnings season mostly finishing up as of today, we looked back through all the disclosures to collect and document rig and frac crew plans for 2023 by company.
"We must be accountable to our clients and the environment. Partnering with Beyond6 allows us to do both," said Matt Detmar.
A bullet point roundup of miscellaneous odds and ends in frac sand.
No shock to the group, but more articles detailing how negatively Wyoming would be affected in a death to fossil fuels.
1. Natural gas risk, 2. Sand pricing, 3...
Diamondback Energy Inc. has no plans to accelerate oil production growth despite signs of impending tightness in the global market, according to management.
Chesapeake Energy said it would drop three of the 14 rigs drilling on its properties this year.
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