Select Sands Corp. said Dec. 5 that its 100% owned subsidiary, Select Sands America Corp., has entered into a three-year supply agreement with a large-cap exploration and production company in the Eagle Ford Basin. The contract is for the supply of Select Sands’ 100 mesh product.
“Our strategy of serving the Eagle Ford basin operators and pressure pumpers more efficiently with our new transload capabilities in George West, Texas comes to fruition with the signing of this contract with this large-cap exploration and production company,” Zig Vitols, Select Sands president and CEO, said.
“This supply agreement will provide Select Sands with guaranteed minimum purchases of our proppant while providing the operator with a reliable, high-quality proppant near their wells, providing them last-mile cost savings. With the signing of this agreement, both companies ensure that high quality 100 mesh Northern White Sand will be used to achieve production results that successful exploration and production companies are aiming for,” Vitols added.
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