Source Energy Services Announces New Fox Creek Terminal

Oct 27 / 2015

Expansion Improves Services to Montney and Duvernay Basins

CALGARY, AB, Oct. 27, 2015 — Source Energy Services Canada LP, (“Source”), announced today the addition of a new terminal in Fox Creek, Alta. The terminal will commence operations on November 2, 2015 and service customers that are active in the Fox Creek area with a reliable supply of tier one frac sand. The 24-hour terminal is located off Highway 43, just outside of Fox Creek and is well-positioned to service the Duvernay. In 2016, Source has further expansion plans to the region including the addition of 30,000 T of storage capacity.

With the addition of Fox Creek to Source’s WCSB distribution network, the company has positioned itself as the pre-eminent supplier of Northern White frac sand for the Montney and Duvernay basins. The company’s mine-to-well site service offerings and extensive distribution network allow Source to work strategically with its customers through the economic downturn and continue the expansion of its network in the WCSB.

“We’re committed to Canada and we’re committed to our customers,” said Brad Thomson, CEO of Source. “While we observe US suppliers retreat from the Canadian market, we continue to work with our customers to lower their completion costs and provide infrastructure that eliminates their need for large capital investments.”

Following the commencement of operations at Fox Creek, Source plans to announce the development of additional terminals to service the Montney and Duvernay plays.

About Source Energy Services

Source Energy Services is the largest Canadian-owned integrated supplier and distributor of Tier 1 frac sand in Canada. Providing services in the WCSB since 1998, Source supplies a high-quality monocrystalline silica sand, Source White, from its Sumner and Weyerhaeuser facilities in Wisconsin. With terminals in the WCSB, the Bakken, and the Eagle Ford, Source has built the most extensive frac sand distribution network in North America. For more information, visit

Forward-Looking Statements

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Leslie Stempfle
Source Energy Services
Marketing & Communication Manager
(403) 262-1312 Ext. 231