Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #414 | March 15, 2023
Permian sand scarcity, more sand in South Texas’ future, and muted sand IPO.
Also, the initial agenda has been released for our Frac Sand Update in April. Stay tuned for speaker announcements coming soon!
And now, the news…
The scope of the issue is developing and multiple theories abound to the root cause.
Demand endures. Supply is abundant. Technology to produce it efficiently continues to advance.
The newest Eagle Ford frac sand entrant shares their future plans.
Despite market adjusting in the first days, Atlas' IPO is the second biggest on the US market for 2023 so far.
The offering priced Wednesday night at $18/share, which is 16% below the midpoint of the initial $20-$23 range.
Producers are weathering a different environment than even a few months ago.
Energy executives are all making the same shiny, new pitch: Let us keep drilling, and we’ll produce cheaper, less carbon-intensive oil and gas. Can they, really?
Updates from the management team of a fast growing last mile service provider making a fresh strategic push into the last mile category in frac.
British Columbia delivered the growth while Alberta faded when Canadian natural gas production jumped to a record monthly high late last year, according to industry accounts compiled by the Canada Energy Regulator.
A look at hard independently formulated data showing that Permian completions engineers are increasing loadings on average.
Argentina is the home of the second-largest shale formation in the world, containing an estimated 16 billion barrels of oil and 308 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.
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