Mapping, Sampling to Begin on 92 Resources’ Golden Frac Project

92 Resources Corp. said that that field crews have mobilized to its Golden Frac Sand Property, located approximately 5 km from Golden, British Columbia, Canada. The property hosts excellent infrastructure with ranch and logging roads present throughout the area, and railhead access in Golden.

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Mammoth Energy Services Closes Taylor Frac Deal

Mammoth Energy Services, Inc. announced that it closed the acquisitions of Sturgeon Acquisitions LLC, which includes Sturgeon’s wholly owned subsidiaries Taylor Frac LLC, Taylor Real Estate Investments LLC, South River Road LLC, Stingray Cementing LLC and Stingray Energy Services LLC for 7 million shares of Mammoth common stock on June 5, 2017.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Rejects AllEnergy’s Challenge

In a 4-3 decision, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that Trempealeau County was justified in rejecting Iowa-based AllEnergy’s proposal for a 550-acre frac sand mine, processing and rail-loading facility outside Arcadia, Wis.

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U.S. Silica to Construct New State-of-the-Art Plant

U.S. Silica Holdings Inc. announced that its board of directors has approved the construction of a new, state-of-the-art frac sand mine and plant in West Texas to serve the rapidly-growing Permian Basin.

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This Week’s Market Buzz

• The Jackson County, Wis., Board of Adjustment approved a variance request by Taylor Frac to allow for a second sand screener and storage structure to be built at its current facility near Taylor, Wis. According to the Jackson City Chronicle, the structure will stand to a height of 105 ft., which is higher than the maximum structure height of 45 ft. allowed by the Jackson County zoning ordinance. The new structure will be nearly identical to the current sand screener and storage structure that received its own zoning variance in 2012. The two buildings will be separated by 25 ft. and have a bridge that will connect the two for maintenance access. There will also be an additional wash sand pile that will be added to feed the drying structure.

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