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With The Rig Count Now In Free-Fall, Here Is Some Downcycle Context

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Tallying Up The Known Frac Crew Releases For The Public E&Ps

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Insuring The Frac Supply Chain’s Last Mile In A World Of Nuclear Verdicts And Vicarious Liability [Friday Guest Post]

Earlier this week, another trucking company’s nuclear verdict made headlines, this one outside of the frac sand hauling industry but notable none-the-less. While definitions can vary, a “nuclear verdict” is generally thought of as a jury award where the penalty exceeds $10 million. Nuclear verdicts have driven insurance premiums for …

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Flu Fear On The Frac Site

If this virus can can shut down Major League Baseball and Disney Land, why should we expect that frac sites will be any different and stay open as virus reaction spreads? If this virus can empty dormitories because of spreading risk in close quarters, what about man camps? Here’s what …

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