Oilfield activity rises higher in Permian

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Published: Monday, 11 June 2018

Fears that a regional infrastructure shortage could stall frac sand demand have been allayed by a rising oil rig count.

Oilfield activity in the Permian basin in West Texas is rising ever higher, despite growing concerns of regional infrastructure bottlenecks slowing the delivery of frac sand.

Continued drilling activity is good news for sand producers, who have opened a slew of new capacity in the biggest US oil...

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