Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #430 | July 5, 2023
A lizard is the biggest frac sand news of the week. But there’s plenty more to read inside!
And now, the news…
USFWS said it has determined a need to list the Dunes Sagebrush Lizard, long a topic of concern and controversy, as an endangered species under the Endangered Species Act.
More coverage and industry response to this decision.
It was during his time in the Senate that Uresti became involved with frac-sand company FourWinds Logistics Inc., where he served as general counsel and helped recruit investors.
An eye on the Atlas Sand Conveyor project with satellite imagery.
Information about all the events that the AIPG is putting on this year, particularly their big conference coming up in September.
2Q23 was a mushy quarter in shale. A smart contact of ours this week described it as: “everybody’s busy trying to stay busy.”
As the increase in seismicity spread to multiple states, attention focused on how disposal of large volumes of brine from oil production could trigger earthquakes.
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