On Tuesday, August 27, executives and guests of Southlake, TX-based Emerge Energy Services LP (“Emerge”), an energy services company that mines and distributes frac sand and provides fuel processing and distribution services, visited the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Emerge began trading on the NYSE on May 9th, 2013 under ticker symbol “EMES”.
In honor of the occasion, Ted W. Beneski, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the general partner of Emerge, joined by members of the company’s management team, rang the NYSE Closing Bell.
About Emerge Energy Services LP (NYSE: EMES)
Emerge Energy Services is a growth-oriented diversified energy services master limited partnership (MLP). The company operations are strategically located to provide direct access to all major resource plays in North America, and also to the major fuel markets of Dallas/Fort Worth, TX and Birmingham, AL.
Sand – Emerges sand subsidiary produces silica sand that is a key input for the hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas wells. While the Company is able to produce sand suited for the stimulation of both oil and gas wells, Emerge has developed a strong reputation in the industry for producing sand that meets the strict requirements for use in oil and liquids-rich wells. Emerge’s sand facilities are located in New Auburn, WI, Barron County, WI and Kosse, TX, with headquarters in Fort Worth, TX.
Fuel Processing and Distribution – Emerges Fuel Processing and Distribution (“Fuel”) segment is primarily focused on acquiring, re-refining and selling transportation mixture (“transmix”). Transmix is received by the business from a number of common carrier pipelines that include the Explorer, Plantation, and Colonial pipelines, as well as via truck and private pipeline from independent refinery and terminal operators. Additionally, the Fuel segment includes wholesale, terminal and biodiesel operations.
(Source: Emerge Energy Services LP)