Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #437 | August 30, 2023
New frac sand outside of Kermit, further DSL analysis, wet sand usage analysis, and other great stories this week!
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With more new wet sand adopters looking at doing piles on the wellsite, it's worth documenting some of the pros and cons about this approach.
The species is sensitive and needs uninterrupted dunes to thrive, which is why he says the oil and gas industry’s fragmenting of the Permian Basin has had such a dramatic effect on the dunes sagebrush lizard.
A look at one of the strongest railed sand providers in the Eagle Ford.
Walkout threats bring concerns of sudden drop in liquefied natural gas exports, disruptions to global gas supplies
Exxon Mobil says the global effort to curtail greenhouse-gas emissions isn’t on track to keep the planet’s temperature from rising beyond an increase of 2 degrees Celsius by 2050.
In this data alert, see an interesting observation from a new data release.
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