Revolutionizing the Frac Sand Supply Chain
The Permian is unique in that it not only is the most prolific oilfield in the country, but it also has sand scattered throughout the basin. Rather than forcing operators to get their sand from a fixed location that can be up to 100 miles away, we bring the plant to the ideal location for our customers.
Changing the way Operators think about sand
Traditionally sand is mined, processed, and dried at a fixed location that is ideal for the sand company, not their customers. At Nomad, we work with our customers to identify the best location for their work. Additionally, we forgo the drying process that adds unnecessary cost and energy use.Contact Us
What We Do
Put simply, we make the frac sand supply chain simple. By placing our plant near our customers' work and forgoing the energy intensive drying process, we provide a more efficient, lower delivered cost, safer, and more environmentally friendly frac sand solution.
We are a more cost efficient, safer, and more environmentally friendly solution to operators’ frac sand supply chains.
Who We Are
Nomad was founded on the idea that bigger isn’t always better. If sand is available next to your well, why are you paying to truck the same material from up to 100 miles away? Why not make a mobile plant that can move to where the work is? At Nomad, that’s exactly what we do.
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Changing the way Operators think about Sand
Recognizing oil and gas is a vital part of our everyday lives. At Nomad we also believe the industry needs to make fiscally responsible decisions towards a more sustainable future.
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