New sand mines are changing frac sand pricing and logistics dynamics. The mines are concentrated in and around Winkler county in the heart of the Permian Basin. The report highlights supply scenarios and key facts gathered from proprietary sources.
Mine location, construction, and time to first sand are paramount in the new mine landscape in West Texas. As new mines come online, frac sand companies will monitor the distance from the mine to the well site. Drive time analysis in the report allows readers to view service areas for each mine.
Frac sand demand scenarios for 100 mesh and 40/70 sand that is prevalent in the Winkler mines. E&Ps in Delaware and Midland Basin will require more sand in 2018 compared to previous years. Delaware and Midland Basin analysis in the report show pricing and forecasted volumes by mesh size.
Box and silo solutions are enabling greater efficiencies while reducing the number of pneumatic trucks on the road. Truck traffic and concentration will become a focus as more mines come online in 2018 and 2019. Logistics constraints for E&Ps evaluating the supply chain will need to understand turn around times and efficiencies for different frac sand solutions.
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