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Victory Nickel Frac Sand Sales Decrease

Victory Nickel Inc. announced that frac sand sales during the first quarter of 2015 have been slower than anticipated. Sales decreased monthly from January to March and, as a result of current market conditions the company has temporarily suspended production at its Seven Persons, Alberta, Canada, frac sand plant (7P). The 7P Plant was just entering its full production stage following the start-up period towards the end of 2014.

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New Fracking Laws Challenged by Industry

Following a process that included more than 1.5 million public comments, Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell released final standards that she said will support “safe and responsible hydraulic fracturing on public and American Indian lands.”

 

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Di-Corp. Hopes to Build New Plant

A well-established Alberta, Canada, company is hoping to set up a plant in Yellowhead County, just west of Peers. Di-Corp is hoping build a frac sand, oil and gas facility beside the CN Rail mainline.

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Twin Eagle Opens Colorado Terminal

Twin Eagle Sand Logistics, a subsidiary of Twin Eagle Resource Management, opened its Evans, Colo., terminal in the heart of the DJ Basin. The Evans Terminal, which was commercially operational in February, is Twin Eagle’s fourth frac sand terminal and the first located in the DJ Basin.

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