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US Upstream week in brief: Operational delays, environmental issues plague the Permian

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03 October 2017

US Upstream week in brief: Operational delays, environmental issues plague the Permian

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Several Permian players hit operational hiccups and make downward revisions to 2017 production guidance. Elsewhere in the Permian, U.S. Silica will bring on its second frac sand mine with expected annual capacity of 2.6 million tons. On a macro level, the horizontal oil rig count increases for the first time in eight weeks. Also, Exxon continues to expand and strengthen its core Permian assets, adding 22,000 net acres since May.

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