Some great colleagues of mine are selling their very pure silica sand. They are great to work with, and have a family owned and operated business in Utah.
Pure silica sand (and lots of it!)
- They have done a thorough job with chemical analysis of their sand
- Over 30 test results available from a testing program they did on their mountain of sand
- Silica content tends to be above 99%, with a few outlier tests with the lowest at 94.95% SiO2
- Average test results:
- SiO2: 98.5 %
- Al2O3: 0.6 %
- Fe2O3: 0.3 %
- CaO: 0.1 %
- Na2O: 0.01%
- K2O: 0.2 %
- They estimate they have at least 50 million tons of this sand, so they would be a great candidate for a long term contract
- The quarry is located in the Salt Lake City, Utah USA region
- They literally have a mountain of sand they are mining at this time!
- The mine site is around 6 miles from their current rail access point, and with the right contract, my colleagues tell me that they could get rail right to this mine site
- Highway is right there, this is in the Salt Lake City, Utah region
- Rail is only 6 miles away at this time
- My colleagues tell me that they could likely get rail right to the mine with the right contract
Come one, come all, to the fire sale on ceramic proppant!
Here are the details on this 20/40 ceramic proppant that has been heavily reduced in price:
- 20/40 ceramic proppant that already sits in the Bakken, ready to get to the jobsite today
- Free 3 months storage – buy now at the low price, and get free storage for 3 months until you need it
- Priced lower than many other ceramic proppants available right now, and with the advantage that this is already sitting in the Bakken ready to go
- 2,790,000 pounds (1,269 metric tons) proppant in 846 super sacks
- Location is Glendive, Montana
- This 20/40 intermediate strength proppant (ISP) has 6.0% fines at 12,500 psi, so it’s at least a 12.5K; full Stim-Lab conductivity, permeability, and ISO test results available
- Fire Sale Price is $0.18 per pound
Here’s how it works – if you are a buyer, just contact us and we will put you in touch with the seller directly! No broker getting in the way.
- Quarry is in Mississippi, within the boundaries of the Tuscaloosa shale
- Originally this was a gravel pit that is currently inactive, but still over 10 million tons of gravel left
- Quarry is on 159 acres of land that goes with the deal
- Engineering report (available upon request) shows that 45 million tons of sand are on site
- Confirmed to have 20/40, 30/50, and 40/70 sized frac sand
- Possibility of up to $35 million in state bond money for a rail spur
- There are 4 ports within 2 hours of the quarry where the sand can be shipped anywhere in the world
- Tax incentives and stimulus available
- City and county want this project to happen
- Since it was originally a gravel pit, takes about 30 days for permits to get this site reactivated
- Mayor has confirmed there will be no issues with heavy truck traffic
- Property across the street is for sale and could be used as a processing plant with drying equipment already present
Like our other deals, we don’t act as a broker and get in the way of a deal. If you are an interested and prospective buyer, I link you up with the seller and get out of the way!
Manganese ore piles for sale, near rail!
Here is a breakdown of the ore tonnage, as well as percent manganese:
- 4,500 tons manganese ore nodules at 48.6% Mn
- 2,400 tons manganese ore nodules at 44.7% Mn
- 4,500 tons coarse manganese ore at 33.3% Mn
- 3,380 tons fine manganese ore at 29.8% Mn
- 42,000 tons stockpiled manganese ore – near railroad! – at 31% Mn
- 220,000 tons of manganese ore, located about 200 yards from railroad loading site, at approximately 17.0% Mn
Like our other deals, we are not acting as a broker or anything on this – just trying to help some business colleagues of ours out.
Big and small.
Used to be that distillers were concentrated in one area, but now the United States has distillers all over the country.
Now, drinkers all over the world want to get their hands on bottles of our whiskey and spirits, and I would like to sell to them!
From the article:
On a recent trip to Australia, Fred Noe, the master distiller at Jim Beam, stopped by a liquor store in a small town outside Sydney. In the city, Noe had seen hundreds of people line up to get his signature on a bottle of bourbon. “My guys said, ‘Fred, you’re a rock star!’ And I said, ‘Yeah? Where are my groupies?’ ” But even here, in the Australian countryside, dozens of bourbon fans had shown up to greet him — groupies included. “A lady asked me if I would come outside and sign the hood of her car,” he says. “I took a Sharpie and wrote ‘Stay on the Beam’ on the hood of her Ford Falcon. Another lady wanted me to come home with her and sign her pool table, but the sales manager said, ‘No way.’ “
Ambassador Trading Co. is seeking the finest Made in the USA goods to export.