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Emerge Energy Services LP Announces First Shipments from Arland Plant
Southlake, Texas – December 10, 2014 – Emerge Energy Services LP (“Emerge Energy”) today announced its first shipments of Northern White sand from its new 2.5 million ton per year Arland Dry Plant in Barron County, Wisconsin.
“We are incredibly proud of our team at Arland for the smooth start-up, and we are excited about serving our customers out of this state-of-the-art facility,” said Rick Shearer, CEO of Emerge Energy. “We are also grateful to the officials in Barron County and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for their support in helping us to bring high-quality, course Northern White sand to our customers in the North American oil and gas industry.”
About Emerge Energy Services LP
Emerge Energy Services LP (NYSE: EMES) is a growth-oriented limited partnership engaged in the business of mining, producing, and distributing silica sand, a key input for the hydraulic fracturing of oil and natural gas wells. Emerge Energy also processes transmix, distributes refined motor fuels, operates bulk motor fuel storage terminals, and provides complementary fuel services. Emerge Energy operates its sand segment through its subsidiary Superior Silica Sands LLC and its fuel segment through its subsidiaries Direct Fuels LLC and Allied Energy Company LLC.
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