In this time of business turmoil, operational issues can seem like an afterthought. In a piece several weeks ago, we presented data showing how the pandemic and oil price crash have distracted industry leaders from critical field development optimization issues. In this update, we argue that it’s time to get …Read More »
In addition to the personnel exposure benefit, the elimination of the drying process has a very real impact on energy consumption and the resulting emissions. Converting an annual operation that pumps 360,000 tons of sand dried by natural gas to a wet sand operation would reduce CO2 emissions by at …Read More »
Three Firms Control About Half Of The Wellsite Storage Market. Here’s What They Had To Say About It.
Here are the key bits of market intel that we picked out remarks made by three market share leaders in the wellsite storage game last week… Login to see the full update… To read this update and receive our research newsletters, you must be a member. If your free trial …Read More »
We believe that new gen supply of wellsite frac sand storage systems climbed above demand for the first time in late-4Q18. Long time readers may recall this deep dive analysis from September 2018 outlining the new gen growth trajectory and coming inflection. Here’s what’s new since then… Login to see …Read More »
All new gen wellsite storage suppliers have enjoyed remarkable growth trajectories, but how long will this continue to be the case? We examine a potential inflection point incorporating takeaways from a proprietary study we conducted in this update. There’s a lot more to this story… To read this update and receive …Read More »
ELDisruption – E-Logs Are Reverberating Through The Oilfield, And It’s Not Even Hard Enforcement Yet…
Two months before ELD phase-in last year, we called on industry contacts to help illuminate the risk posed to oilfield activity by this new regulation. The results foretold significant adverse impacts in the already tight oilfield hauling business. With ELD phase-in turning one-month old last week, we caught up with many …Read More »