Jump Curves –
Make Better Wells

For any given strength, Oxane's Advanced Ceramic Proppants™ are lighter. For any given weight, Oxane's Advanced Ceramic Proppants™ are stronger. For any given play, Oxane offers better fracture design choices and better financial outcomes.

Unlock the Rock –
Make Better Wells

Oxane's Advanced Ceramic Proppants™ transport more deeply while affording compelling conductivity relative to commodity ceramic proppants. Stimulate and retain more fractured rock volume.

Re-imagine Your Frac –
Make Better Wells

Unmatched control over proppant particle size, particle size distribution, specific gravity, and surface friction afford new opportunities to make better wells through optimized frac design.

Globally Focused on Making Better Wells

Oxane's Van Buren, AR manufacturing facility delivers operator-customized Advanced Ceramic Proppants™ just in time, every time anywhere in the world by rail, barge, or truck.

Unparalleled Strength to Weight, Unmatched Precision & Uniformity

The world needs more energy. Meaningful differences in per capita energy consumption suggest that global energy demand will remain strong in the near, medium, and long-term.

Shale is the most endemic rock in the world. Rich with energy, the advent of multi-stage hydraulic fracturing in horizontal wellbores has enabled its economic production.

Spun out of Rice University, Oxane Materials manufactures and markets patented Advanced Ceramic Proppants™ which economically augment oil and gas production (rate and total recovery) from shale and other "tight rocks" while affording the opportunity to reduce the environmental impact of hydraulic fracturing.

Oxane has attracted the attention and resources of some of the world's toughest customers and investors. Oxane's Advanced Ceramic Proppants™ are in production and being pumped in the world's leading unconventional plays.

News

04.04.14
Oxane Materials Announces Stronger, Lighter OxThor™ for Demanding Deepwater Applications read more >
02.19.14
Oxane Materials Names Clay Border VP of Sales read more >
02.04.14
Oxane Materials Names Dr. Stephen Holditch Chairman of the Board read more >
10.17.13
Development and Field Testing of Advanced Ceramic Proppants pdf >conference paper >
10.09.13
Selling New Proppant Demands Focus on the Old Bottom Line read more >
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