Senior Industry Representatives From Across The Entire Supply Chain Including:

  • Sand Mining Companies & Processors
  • E&Ps
  • Well Service Providers
  • Class 1 Railroads
  • Shortline & Regional Railroads
  • Terminal Owners & Operators
  • Transloaders
  • Midstream Suppliers
  • Railcar Providers
  • Trucking Companies
  • Barge Service Providers

With The Following Job Titles:

  • President
  • Senior Vice President
  • Senior Vice President of Supply Chain and Logistics
  • Senior Vice President of Operations
  • Senior Vice President of Exploration
  • Senior Vice President of Completions
  • Vice President of Supply Chain Strategy
  • Vice President of Logistics
  • Vice President of Network Strategy
  • Vice President of Business Development
  • Vice President of Terminals
  • Vice President of Distribution and Logistics
  • Executive Director of Business Development and Supply Chain Solutions
  • Director of Global Supply Chain
  • Director of Supply Chain and Logistics
  • Director of Commercial Rail and Truck
  • Director of Inventory and Logistics
  • Director of Transportation

The First Frac Sand Congress Providing Perspectives From The Entire Supply Chain

The explosive growth experienced by the frac sand industry may be leveling off from the historic price-per-ton pricing highs of 2012, but with more than half-million new wells due to be drilled by 2035, the demand for high quality frac sand clearly presents a lucrative opportunity to stakeholders across the supply chain

However crippling transportation logistics costs remain a significant bottleneck, exacerbated by limited rail access, terminals, freight cars and unpredictable user requirements, contributing to substantial demurrage and detention, especially in the last mile.

With this in mind, the Frac Sand Logistics Supply Chain 2013: Rail, Trucking & Transloading Opportunities Congress has been designed to bring together perspectives from across the entire supply chain to identify long term market opportunities and solutions for reducing logistical costs as well as optimizing timely delivery of product.


Hear From 18+ Senior Executives From Sand Suppliers, Railroads, Well Service Providers, E&Ps, Barge Operators, Transloaders And Trucking Companies On:
  • Shale Play Forecasts And Customer Perspectives: Assess Developing Shale Play Production Levels And How Will This Drive Operator Demand For Frac Sand Play By Play
  • Proppant Selection: Gain Insights On Which Type Of Proppants Are Being Used And Decisions Behind Selection
  • Key Bottlenecks And Cost Drivers In The Last Mile: Identify Best Practices For Timely Delivery And Effective Management of Inventory To Reduce Costs
  • Sand Supply And Capacity Dynamics: Quantifying The Production Capacity Of New Mines And Understanding How The Industry Is Likely To Develop Over The Long Term
  • Infrastructure And Terminal Developments: Uncover Plans To Bridge The Capacity Shortfall To Guide Strategic Investment Across The Supply Chain
  • Transportation And Storage Options: Business Case Analysis To Reduce Demurrage Costs And Speed Delivery Of The Right Type Of Sand To Customers Including Use Of Barges And Unit Trains
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Key Reasons Why Supply Chain Stakeholders Should Attend:

  • Sand Mining Companies: Find out how to reduce logistical costs and gain access to key markets to secure long-term profitability of operations
  • Well Service Providers: Establish short, medium and long-term supply reliability through sand mine production insights. Gain an increased view of the major sources of cost addition from the supply chain and strategies to combat this increase
  • Transport Companies: Attain a clear view of the entire supply chain, increase awareness of supply & demand in order to better place yourself to meet requirements while remaining cost-effective
  • E&P Companies: Educate the supply chain as to future requirements through production projections. Gain increased understanding of supplier information regarding reliability of supply at the appropriate cost and delivery time


Baker Hughes

'Multi-level view of operations and the future'


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