This one-day event is designed to an update on the emerging concept of mobile and mini frac sand mines. The new trend has the potential to provide another major disruption to the frac sand supply chain. Hyper-localized mines have the potential to bring more efficiencies to operators who continue to look for cost savings and supply chain reliability. This trend could also be a challenge and opportunity for northern white sand providers from the Midwest, and a challenge and opportunity for large scale in-basin mines which captured a substantial market share in the past 24 months.
Join us for what promises to be a information-filled day of discussions regarding supply chain implications, permitting processes, equipment and plant requirements, contractual negotiations, and more!Location: 1201 Louisiana Street, 35th Floor, Houston, TX, 77002
The agenda will focus on the development of mini and mobile frac sand mines, discussions on permitting and build-out, contractual issues, infrastructure and supply chain challenges, equipment and plant options and innovation, last mile and trucking issues, investment opportunities, partnerships, and other topics of interest.
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• Pete Cook, President, The Petroleum Connection
Mobile and Mini Mines…What Makes them Different?
Mobile Processing Units and Logistics Optimization
Morning Networking Break
Operator Perspectives Panel
“Skin a Cat” Panel: Varying Approaches to Mobile and Mini Mines
Surge Management and Customer Prioritization
Wet Sand Panel Discussion
Afternoon Networking Break
Texas Permitting for Mini Mines
Quality Assurance Considerations
“Things to Keep in Mind” Wrap-Up Panel