Of Highways, Drivers, Chassis, Engines, And Wheels [Permian Points 3]

Here’s a Tyner Energy Tweet – good follow on Twitter by the way – that will probably resonate with anyone that has i) spent time in the Permian oilfield and also ii) seen the movie Mad Max which features a fantastical fleet of muscle trucks racing around a post-apocalyptic desert.

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After spending the better part of a week in Kermit in February 2018, we can certainly relate. The dust. The trailer mounted boxes everywhere you look. The pump trucks. The water trucks. The pneumatics. The rough and tumble bunch driving them. Taken together, the oilfield truck fleet seems to outnumber the passenger vehicle fleet in many rural areas out here.

This is our third installment of Permian Points – quick notes from our time on the road.

This edition focuses on what we learned on location about logistics.

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