In South Texas last week, we drove out to 13 local mines and 1 rail terminal. We went behind the gate with management teams for discussion and site visits at about half those locations. It was a busy couple days!
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About the feature pic: We used a portable sieve set given to us by our friends at Westward at a recent Petroleum Connection frac sand conference to test some frac sand we spotted in a truck stop parking lot about 2 miles east of CRU Logistics, the first stop of our Eagle Ford field trip. The sand came out to be an even split 30/50 and 100m among the 4 piles of sand that we sampled. We believe this was likely NWS as there aren’t many local mines in this area.