Frac Sand In Places Not Called West Texas [Guest Post]

What’s interesting is that not all sand dunes are suitable for frac sand, which seems counterintuitive. This is due in part to the age of the formation – the sand hasn’t been in the rock tumbler (environment) long enough to smooth out the rough edges like the older marine formations have.

West Texas is a definite anomaly there.

In this post, you’ll find a very comprehensive rundown of sand deposit characteristics beyond the Permian and a discussion about what is “good enough” for frac sand material.

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