Nov. 19, 2019


Description

With oil companies on a forced march toward fewer rigs drilling, what is the impact on the frac market when less drilling is combined with longer laterals, denser stages and more sand?  And where is e-frac in all this?  How can frac service companies survive if operators get most the benefit?


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Speaker: Richard Spears
Speaker Richard Spears
Since his 1979 start driving a sand truck for Halliburton, Richard Spears has been involved in all aspects of hydraulic fracturing – designing and running frac jobs, owning proppant companies and chemical companies, sitting on the board of a leading plug & perf company, counting horsepower, inspecting equipment, helping investors ...

Since his 1979 start driving a sand truck for Halliburton, Richard Spears has been involved in all aspects of hydraulic fracturing – designing and running frac jobs, owning proppant companies and chemical companies, sitting on the board of a leading plug & perf company, counting horsepower, inspecting equipment, helping investors deploy capital…  He spends 30-40% of his time working on frac-related issues around the world and it is from this work that the talk is derived.

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Organizer

Bill Davis

bdavis0819@gmail.com


281-687-1590


Date and Time

Tue, Nov. 19, 2019

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Webinar - Online or Phone



The hyperlink for the webinar will be emailed to the participants the morning of the event.

Group(s): Northside