Of ‘Quartz’ You Can Pump In-Basin Sand In The Permian [Guest Post]

We first learned that Wood Mackenzie had conducted an independent study on the performance of local sand downhole in a tweet from Robert Clarke, the firm’s Lower 48 upstream research director who some of you may have met at our recent member meetup in Fort Worth.

Respecting Robert and Wood Mac’s work as we do, we were naturally curious about the study’s findings and asked if they would share a summary with Infill Thinking readers. They came through in a big way and this post advances the narrative on the discussion of local sand performance relative to NWS.

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