Denver Business Journal’s, Greg Avery: “Colorado oil and gas executives are crying foul over the environmental sustainability stance of outdoor apparel giant The North Face, accusing the oil industry’s downtown Denver neighbor of hypocrisy. The simmering corporate beef started after The North Face, owned by Denver-based VF Corp. (NYSE: VFC), in December rejected an order from Houston-based Innovex Downhole Solutions for 400 co-branded jackets that the hydraulic fracturing company sought to buy as presents for its employees.” Read the full article here: https://www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2021/03/22/colorado-oil-gas-north-face-sustainability-flap.html
“Our American Stories”, Lee Habeeb, discusses The North Face’s refusal to sell jackets to Innovex and COGA’s response. “It started with a nice gesture. Adam Anderson, the CEO of Innovex Downhole Solutions, wanted to buy his employees a Christmas gift. So he ordered 400 North Face jackets and asked that their corporate logo be included. Then came the bad news. The North Face company would sell Innovex the jackets but wouldn’t include the energy company’s logo. The reason? Innovex was an oil and gas company, and it would be a bad thing for North Face’s public image to associate itself…
Liberty’s Howard Melcher, Mike Mayerhofer, Karn Agarwal and Ray Ellis, recently published a piece in E&P Plus magazine, “Shale frac designs move to just-good-enough proppant economics”, discussing the importance of proppant selection. “There is no clear evidence that higher conductivity proppants (either white sand versus regional sand or ceramic proppants versus white sand) result in better well performance and economics.” Check out the full piece below! https://epplus.hartenergy.com/issue/march-2021/shale-frac-designs-move-to-just-good-enough-proppant-economics/?fbclid=IwAR2Qhfi-o5JAfTHFc17wdh7hW82Sx4vR0C5BFWaXWrjM5I1QGQD318MSwDc
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