Clearing Up The Erroneous Rhetoric Being Thrown Around In Opposition To Local Permian Sand [Guest Post]

Today’s guest post comes to us from Hunter Wallace who is Chief Operating Officer at Atlas Sand. Something we appreciate about Hunter is that he’s not shy to voice his beliefs with a high degree of conviction. Those of you that attended the Petroleum Connection’s frac sand conference last October in San Antonio may remember the audible reaction in the room when Hunter said “NWS is dead in the Permian” in front of 700 sand folks. That’s a moment that will be forever branded into my memory of the local sand boom.

True to form, his guest post today doesn’t hold back or beat around the bush either. This is a critically important piece of work in the ongoing debate around NWS vs. local sand and we would welcome (and publish) a qualified response from the other side of the table.

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