Northern White Sand/Wisconsin Operations Technical Data

Our Wisconsin sand operations (Augusta, Blair, Whitehall, Wyeville) are unit-train-capable facilities with total annual capacity of 10.4 million tons of premium Northern White frac sand. Sourced from a Pleistocene alluvial flow deposit of reworked, quartz-rich, Cambrian period sandstones, our Wisconsin natural proppants are geologically and texturally mature, exhibiting exceptional purity, shape, strength and conductivity.

WISCONSIN FACILITIES

Augusta, Blair, Whitehall, Wyeville

10.4 Million TPY Capacity

84,000 Ton Silo Storage

Union Pacific and Canadian
National Railroad Origin

 

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Northern White Primary Proppant Grades

Typical Properties 20/40
 
13503-2/API RP 19C -20+40
Sect. 6 “Sieve Analysis”
16 0.0
20 3.6
25 20.6
30 33.9
35 33.5
40 6.8
50 1.2
Pan 0.3
Percent in Size (API/ISO Standard)
> 90%
Mean Diameter (mm) 0.620 mm
Median Diameter (mm) 0.606 mm
Sect. 7 "Shape"  
Roundness 0.8
Sphericity 0.8
Sect. 8 "Acid Solubility"  
12:3 HCI/HF @ 150° F < 2%
Sect. 9 “Turbidity”  
NTU < 250
Sect. 10 “Proppant Density”  
Bulk (g/cm3) 1.56
Bulk (lb/ft3) 97.22
Apparent [Oil] (g/cm3) 2.64
Settling Rate (ft/min) 61.84
Sect. 11 “Crush Resistance”  
K Value 6K–7K
Loss at K Value 7.68% @ 6,000
  9.12% @ 7,000
Typical Properties 30/50
 
13503-2/API RP 19C -30+50
Sect. 6 “Sieve Analysis”
20 0.0
30 1.5
35 19.0
40 44.4
45 25.7
50 5.8
70 2.6
Pan 0.4
Percent in Size (API/ISO Standard)
> 90%
Mean Diameter (mm) 0.424 mm
Median Diameter (mm) 0.416 mm
Sect. 7 "Shape"  
Roundness 0.7
Sphericity 0.7
Sect. 8 "Acid Solubility"  
12:3 HCl/HF @ 150° F < 2%
Sect. 9 "Turbidity"  
NTU < 250
Sect. 10 “Proppant Density”  
Bulk (g/cm3) 1.53
Bulk (lb/ft3) 95.64
Apparent [Oil] (g/cm3) 2.63
Settling Rate (ft/min) 29.05
Sect. 11 “Crush Resistance”  
K Value 8K–10K
Loss at K Value 9.22% @ 8,000
  9.38% @ 10,000
Typical Properties 40/70
 
13503-2/API RP 19C -40+70
Sect. 6 “Sieve Analysis”
30 0.0
40 1.9
45 21.7
50 36.3
60 26.7
70 9.4
100 3.5
Pan 0.1
Percent in Size (API/ISO Standard)
> 90%
Mean Diameter (mm) 0.304 mm
Median Diameter (mm) 0.297 mm
Sect. 7 “Shape”  
Roundness 0.7
Sphericity 0.7
Sect. 8 “Acid Solubility”  
12:3 HCl/HF @ 150° F < 2%
Sect. 9 “Turbidity”  
NTU < 250
Sect. 10 “Proppant Density”  
Bulk (g/cm3) 1.51
Bulk (lb/ft3) 94.35
Apparent [Oil] (g/cm3) 2.64
Settling Rate (ft/min) 14.76
Sect. 11 “Crush Resistance”  
K Value 9K–11K
Loss at K Value 8.65% @ 9,000
  9.20% @ 11,000
Typical Properties 100 M
 
13503-2/API RP 19C -50+140
Sect. 6 “Sieve Analysis”
50 0.0
70 35.7
80 22.6
100 18.5
120 11.5
140 5.9
200 4.2
Pan 0.2
Percent in Size (API/ISO Standard)
> 90%
Mean Diameter (mm) 0.202 mm
Median Diameter (mm) 0.196 mm
Sect. 7 “Shape”  
Roundness 0.7
Sphericity 0.7
Sect. 8 “Acid Solubility”  
12:3 HCl/HF @ 150° F < 2%
Sect. 9 “Turbidity”  
NTU < 250
Sect. 10 “Proppant Density”  
Bulk (g/cm3) 1.50
Bulk (lb/ft3) 93.78
Apparent [Oil] (g/cm3) 2.63
Settling Rate (ft/min) 6.93
Sect. 11 “Crush Resistance”  
K Value 10K–14K
Loss at K Value 8.70% @ 10,000
  9.00% @ 14,000

Conductivity (md-ft)

Conductivity

Permeability (darcy)

Permeability

Long-Term Conductivity and Permeability 2% KCL Between Ohio Sandstone at 150°F for 50 hr Per Stress

Conductivity (md-ft)
Stress (psi) 20/40 30/50 40/70 100 M
1,000       528
2,000 4,376 2,574 1,001 474
4,000 3,035 1,910 783 352
6,000 1,362 1,034 523 231
8,000 570 443 262 122
10,000   138 68 39
12,000       18
Permeability (darcy)
Stress (psi) 20/40 30/50 40/70 100 M
1,000       25
2,000 229 138 53 24
4,000 165 106 42 18
6,000 78 60 29 12
8,000 34 27 16 7
10,000   8 4 3
12,000       1

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Silica Sand Danger: This product has been classified following the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of Classifying and Labeling Chemicals Criteria as a Category 1A Carcinogen, Category 1 Specific Target Organ Toxicity (following repeated exposures), and Category 2B Eye Irritant. For Industrial Use Only. Avoid creating dust when handling, using or storing product. Do not breathe dust. Prolonged exposure to dust may cause delayed lung injury (silicosis). Read Material Safety Data Sheet before using and follow OSHA or other applicable health and safety standards for crystalline silica/quartz.