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The trucking company we started last year has really taken off. The need for more and better logistic management has led us to getting more trucks and hiring drivers.

Our trucks are GPS equipped and Hazmat certified so that we can move your liquids safely and reliably.

Nova improves on conventional sand storage with innovative and patented storage silos to better serve its fracking customers.

Nova Mud’s new facility in Hobbs, New Mexico has over 107 acres and houses the corporate offices, safety compliance, the drilling mud division, the frac sand unit, warehouses, liquid mud plant, bagging operations, chemical blending, mechanics shop, sand storage, scales, rail storage and our other business units.

Nova has the only permanent liquid mud plant in New Mexico and offer portable plants that can be deployed in hours.

Nova’s new yard has a bagging facility, 150 loads of Bulk Barite storage, chemical blending, scales, rail car storage and offloading.

Along with Nova’s new 15,000 sq. ft. corporate headquarters in Hobbs, Nova Mud, Inc. has offices in Midland, TX, Oklahoma City, OK and now we have a new sales office in Houston, TX.

Rigzone

Feb 14, 2019
A Russian pledge and a Saudi outage provided support for crude.
Feb 14, 2019
The US added a net total of two rigs this week.
Feb 14, 2019
The Trump administration is considering blocking foreign entities from dealing with Venezuela's state oil giant.

API

Feb 14, 2019
WASHINGTON, February 14, 2019 – Today, the American Petroleum Institute and the North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU) thanked the highly skilled craft tradesmen and women for their hard work on API’s new headquarters and highlig…
Feb 14, 2019
WASHINGTON, February 14, 2019 – Coming off a remarkable December, the energy industry kicked off 2019 with record-setting numbers. The American Petroleum Institute’s latest Monthly Statistical Report (MSR) shows the U.S. natural gas and oil in…
Feb 12, 2019
ST. PAUL, February 12, 2019 – API-Minnesota reacted to today’s decision by Governor Walz to continue pursuing a court appeal that would block Enbridge’s Line 3 replacement project across northern Minnesota.