Executive switches frac mining jobs

One of the management movements reported this week involved a former executive of Preferred Sands, the Oklahoma frac mine operator located near Watonga.

The company’s Vice President of sales, Casey Taylor has left the firm to become Vice President of Sales for Denver-based OmniTRAX, Inc. one of the largest privately held transportation service companies in North America. At Preferred Sands, Taylor was responsible for business development in the Permian Basin.

His work with OmniTRAX  Energy Solutions (OES) will still involve frac sand operations for oil and gas producers. OES comprises the company’s unique offerings to the proppant supply chain, including terminals in several basins, transload operations and Arrows UP, LLC, a containerized proppant delivery and storage solution provider, plus the ShaleTECH Transport joint venture that provides last-mile transportation and energy logistics solutions.

OmniTRAX is one of the largest private railroad and transportation management companies in the U.S. and provides management services to its affiliated railroad, port, intermodal and industrial switching operations.