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Vista Sand increases frac sand production at its Granbury mine in Texas

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Vista Sand Ltd, a company focused on the production, transportation, and transloading of frac sand, is adding 1.5 million short tpy production of frac sand at its mine in Granbury, Texas, US.

This addition will increase the overall capacity to approximately 4.5 million short tpy of its Texas Premium White frac sand.

The company has also obtained a second Texas sand deposit, which is projected to yield another 2 million tpy.

"We are very bullish on Vista's future in the oil and gas industry given our geographical advantage and quality sand reserves, so as a result, we have made the necessary capital investments to position ourselves to accommodate current and future customer demand," said Marty Robertson, Partner at Vista Sand. "In addition to our mine expansion and newly acquired reserves, we have also invested in destination terminals and truck assets to better position our customers in the respective basins, allow for the forward staging of product to help capture spot market sales, and provide mine-to-well logistical solutions."

Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/dry-bulk/17032016/vista-sand-increases-frac-sand-production-at-its-granbury-mine-in-texas/

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