Epropp's benefits include:
- Patented technology
- Abundantly available feedstock, locally distributed
- Collaborative research agreement with market leader
- Low manufacturing costs
- Low transport and logistics costs
- Lightweight ceramic proppants use fewer chemicals downhole, and
- Environmentally sustainable products
Epropp is a leading innovator in the development of lightweight ceramic proppants that are used in the gas and oil services industry in the hydraulic fracturing process, and the utilization of Coal Combustion Products (CCP’s, also known as fly ash), which are an abundant by-product of the coal fired power generation industry.
Our core business is exploiting patented technology to craft light weight ceramic proppants by recycling CCP’s as our primary feedstock. The development and commercialization of our products, processes and services are key drivers to economic growth. Innovation depends on research and ready access and receptiveness to new technology and ideas. Epropp's goals are not to only be environmentally sustainable, but also propel productivity, spawn new industries and transform existing ones.
Epropp is positioning to supply proppants to the oil and gas service markets where there is high demand for light weight ceramic proppants.
Energy will continue to be the driver of global economic growth. We believe that the successful energy businesses of the future will create and deliver safe, innovative technologies that enhance productivity, reduce costs and minimize environmental impact.
By reducing the need to mine finite resources, Epropp is providing sustainability to an environmentally sensitive industry with a highly sought after, high value, recycled product. Epropp's charter is to share best practices and core values in its corporate and environmental dealings.
Providing customers with world-class, consistent, reliable, competitive and efficient products will ensure intelligent development of our company and derive significant value for our shareholders.
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