How Much Local Utah Sand Will Be Devoured? A Look At Demand And “Uniquely Utah” Logistics Issues [2/4 Uinta Sand Series]

In a research update last week, we shared exclusive details on the local frac sand production scene in the state of Utah.

In the second installment of our three-part series on local sand in the Uinta Basin, we discuss proppant demand and logistics in this unique completions market.

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About the feature image (credit Point Break) – “Utah, Get Me Two” is the title of our first installment in this series. It’s a classic scene from the movie Point Break. In today’s post feature image, we continue the meatball sandwich / sand analogy, as the sandwiches (mines) will arrive soon to fulfill hunger (frac job demand).