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18 | August 2018 | hartenergy.com HYDRAULIC FRACTURING: KEY PLAYERS In addition, DustShield treated sand is northern white fracturing sand with dust suppression technology and an operationally transparent engineering control that reduces worker exposure to respirable crystalline silica, according to the company. Cudd Energy Services Cudd Energy Services (CES) operates in more than 60 global markets, including the major shales across North America. The company provides customized completion, production and well intervention ser- vices for onshore and offshore operations includ- ing stimulation, coiled tubing (CT) and e-coil, coil drilling technologies, hydraulic workover, slickline and braided line, electric line, industrial nitrogen, cementing water management, well control and special services. CES provides a variety of stimulation services including hydraulic fracturing and acidizing in con- ventional and unconventional oil and gas reservoirs. The company's hydraulic fracturing services range from single-stage fractures to complex multistage, horizontal fractures. Each operation includes prejob analysis of the well, real-time monitoring (with the FracLink application) and a reporting system at the end of the job to meet state reporting requirements. The company's FracLink software package con- tains four fully integrated modules for fracture design, fracture analysis, economic optimization and reser- voir performance, according to the company's website. CES applications of hydraulic fracturing stim- ulation treatments include slick water, linear gel, crosslinked gel, CO 2 foam and nitrogen foam. The company designs custom-blended acidizing treat - ments to increase well productivity and assist in well cleanout applications. Acidizing applications include matrix, CT and remedial. In addition, CES offers additives and equipment that are custom-engineered for stimulations services. The company's stimulation equipment fleet includes about 935,000 hhp. Individual units can deliver up to 2,250 hhp and are capable of operating pressures up to 13,250 psi. DistributionNOW DistributionNOW (DNOW) is a global distributor and solutions provider to the energy and industrial sectors. With more than 285 locations across 20-plus countries, the company offers commodity and engi- neered products as well as services and turnkey solu- tions for onshore and offshore drilling and E&P. DNOW's offerings include pipehandling equip- ment, solids control equipment, instrumentation, chemicals, industrial and janitorial supplies, hand and power tools, safety supplies and personal protective equipment, electrical products, and industrial paints and coatings. E&P products include line pipe, valves and actua- tion, fittings and flanges, gaskets and fasteners, arti- ficial lift systems, pumps and compressors, belts and sheaves, lubricants, adhesives and other consumables as well as modular equipment such as lease automatic custody transfer units, vapor recovery units, separa- tor packages, heaters/treaters, American Society of Mechanical Engineers vessels, water transfer, water disposal and waterflood. DNOW also offers supply chain solutions such as procurement, inventory and warehouse manage- ment, logistics, project management and performance metrics reporting. DynaEnergetics DynaEnergetics provides perforating products and systems for use in conventional and unconventional wells worldwide. The business operates a global network of manufacturing facilities and designs, produces and qualifies all of its equipment and accessories in-house. The puraDYN oil bypass filtration system was installed in a fracturing unit. DistributionNOW holds an exclusive global distributorship. (Photo courtesy of Puradyn Filter Technologies Inc.)

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