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Hi-Crush Sand Revenues up in Second Quarter

Hi-Crush Inc. is reporting revenues of $178.0 million in the second quarter of 2019 as compared to $159.9 million in the first quarter of 2019.

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Halliburton Cuts Workers; Idles Gear

Halliburton Co. is shifting strategy in its largest region to deal with subdued customer spending by trimming 8% of its North American workforce and shelving unused frack gear, according to Bloombeg.

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Ho-Chunk Nation Withdraws from Meteor Timber Deal

The Ho-Chunk Nation has notified Meteor Timber that it is withdrawing from negotiations for consideration of its $75-million frac sand facility, according to WEAU 13 News.

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Eagle Ford May Provide Hope For Northern White Sand Producers

Joel Schneyer, managing director at Capstone Headwaters, said that Rystad Energy is reporting that the Eagle Ford may provide hope for Northern White Sand producers because inferior quality in-basin sand may not be adopted

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Emerge Energy Services Files Chapter 11

Emerge Energy Services, which owns eight frac sand mining and processing facilities in Wisconsin under subsidiary Superior Silica Sands, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protections in federal court, according to Wisconsin Public Radio.

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