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Crushing the Market with 225 Million Tons of Frac Sand Supply

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Publication Date: 12 Mar 2019 - By Westwood Global Energy By Westwood Global Energy
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Macro Commodity USA Energy

In less than three years, the frac sand market erupted with in-basin frac sand in each shale play. Gone are the days of Northern White Sand (“NWS”) versus Brady Brown. Today, there are 23 frac sand mines in the Permian, 7 in Eagle Ford, 7 in Haynesville, 5 in MidCon, and additional mines announced across the US. Total supply is expected to reach 225 million tons in 2019 based on active nameplate and under construction mines. Energent’s frac sand mine database tracks the state of frac sand supply with the mine status, location, reserves, nameplate capacity, storage facilities, rail access, and more to build a mine cost curve. With this influx of frac sand supply, frac sand prices declined in the Permian and other shale plays.

Crushing the Market with 225 Million Tons of Frac Sand Supply

Source: Westwood Global Energy

Pages: 2

Released: 12 Mar 2019

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