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Superior Silica Sands will have the capacity of 13.6 billion pounds of sand production in 2014. Although this is a large number in the industry, we feel with our superior service and quality this will catapult us to the third-largest frac sand supplier in North America.

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Superior Silica Sands Announces SandGuard™ Proppant Technology

(Thomson Reuters ONE via COMTEX) – Fort Worth, TX – September 22, 2015 – Superior Silica Sands LLC (“SSS”) is pleased to announce the introduction of a unique, technically advanced proppant to the oil and gas industry. This new proppant, brand named “SandGuard™”, will improve the handling, inner-basin management and job-site implementation of the hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas wells. With a SandGuard treatment facility in Barron County, Wisconsin, SSS will have the ability to enhance the already strong qualities of its Northern White silica sand as a more protected proppant soon to be marketed to all major North American basins.

By incorporating ArrMaz SandTec™ coating technology into the new SandGuard product line, SSS will begin commercial sales in December 2015. The treated sand production capacity is up to 650 tons per hour of finished product. The environmentally-friendly SandGuard product incurs reduced degradation compared to untreated sand, resulting in the minimization of dust to the customers, employees and contractors who manage the sand through the supply chain and at the well site. Additionally, the SandGuard product improves operational efficiencies since it reduces the need to use bulky mechanical dust control systems. The SandGuard product has proven to significantly reduce dust generation during handling as exhibited from numerous full scale field trials. These trials by major service companies have seen superior handling capabilities and no negative impact or issues with frac fluid compatibility.

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