Tag Archives: onshore

Sandless Spreads, White Space, Permian Mobes, and Price Stagnation. Lots Of Frac Market Talk Over The Past 48 Hours, Most Of It Unpleasant

Never a dull moment in pressure pumping. See what we landed in our “datapoint fishing net” during the past 48 hours. There’s a lot more to this story… To read this update and receive our research newsletters, you must be a subscriber. If your free trial has expired, renew here. (Current members login here.) …

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US Land Drillers Aren’t Sweating The Rig Count Dip

During the third quarter, the US onshore rig count trajectory has finally leveled off. We wrote about the stall a couple weeks ago in this update.  Speaking at an investor conference last week, two leading land drillers shrugged off the industry-wide rig count stall. See what they said in the …

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DUC Hunting Season Returns [Guest Post]

When I first met Todd Bush, he was laying the groundwork for the research firm he co-founded in 2012, Energent Group. Even back then when his databases and software were in their early stages of development I recall being impressed by the granularity of the charts and output he was generating. …

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