Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #454 | January 17, 2024
Natural gas takes the frac highlights, major sand supplier separates out their frac sand business unit, frac sand last mile solutions company adds more solutions, and discussing the fallout from the recent major cold front in the US.
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And now, the news…
The combined new entity would control about 21% of Appalachia’s gross gas production and about 25% of gross gas production in the Haynesville Shale of East Texas and Louisiana.
Covia Energy will be a leading pure-play sand company serving the energy industry.
Chesapeake-Southwestern merger is very promising, if it can clear regulatory scrutiny.
News coverage about the extent of the resulting damages and impacts in the short-term.
Companies, investors and governments have doled out about $235 billion globally on new LNG supply since 2019, with more than $55 billion expected to be invested between 2024 and 2025, Rystad Energy estimates.
While the main freeze is over, the effect of sub-freezing temperatures on wet sand production is highlighted in this great research.
The president is facing pressure from some Democrats and climate groups to rein in exports of liquefied natural gas, or LNG
Proppant will be pumped in all stages (100 mesh and 40/70 mesh) and the treating fluid will be slickwater or crosslinked guar.
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