Hydraulic Fracturing Techbook 2018

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40 | August 2018 | HYDRAULIC FRACTURING: KEY PLAYERS TechnipFMC TechnipFMC provides subsea, onshore, offshore and surface technologies and services. For surface technologies, the company offers solu- tions for drilling, completion, production, midstream and transportation needs. The Surface Technologies segment designs and manufactures products and systems, and provides services used by oil and gas companies involved in land and offshore E&P of crude oil and natural gas. Surface Technologies designs, manufactures and supplies wellhead systems as well as technologically advanced high-pressure valves, flowlines and pumps used in stimulation activities for oilfield service companies. Surface Technologies also provides fracturing systems and services as well as production, separation and flow processing sys- tems for E&P companies in the oil and gas industry. TechnipFMC manufactures most of its products in several facilities located worldwide. TechnipFMC's exploration and drilling capabilities have expanded with the acquisition of Plexus Hold- ing's jackup business in February, further extending its upstream, midstream and downstream products and services. In multiwell developments, TechnipFMC's inte- grated offering "can deliver up to $1 million in savings per well as compared to developments using multiple vendors," according to the company. Universal Pressure Pumping Inc. Universal Pressure Pumping Inc. (UPP), a subsidiary of Patterson-UTI, provides pressure pumping services that include hydraulic fracturing, cementing, nitro- gen, acidizing and related services. The company also provides natural gas-powered fracturing equipment, has the largest dual-fuel fracturing fleet in the Appa- lachian Basin, and offers refracturing experience and data acquisition for reservoir enhancement. UPP, headquartered in Houston with regional locations in multiple basins across the U.S., provides services in the Permian Basin, Midcontinent, Appala- chia as well as North, East and South Texas. UPP's OffSiteFrac service displays near real-time hydraulic fracturing job data to operators at remote sites, which allows viewing of job-critical data without leaving the office. U.S. Silica U.S. Silica provides mining, processing, testing and mine-to-wellhead distribution for proppant demands in hydraulic fracturing operations. The company's premium Northern White and In-Basin fracturing sands, including all conventional grades in addition to the company's MicroStim and MicroStim Plus A surface valve installation of an IS-A backpressure valve at the TechnipFMC training facility took place in Tomball, Texas. (Photo courtesy of TechnipFMC) U.S. Silica has a facility in Tyler, Texas. (Photo courtesy of U.S. Silica)

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