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Select Sands acquires additional 457 acres near Sandtown frac sand property

Select Sands Corp. subsidiary American Select Corp. has completed the purchase of an additional 457-acre frac sand property in northeast Arkansas for about US$950,560.

The property, dubbed Bell Farm, is about 3 miles northwest of the company's 520-acre Sandtown project and is believed to be underlain by the St. Peters sandstone formation, which is a source of northern white tier-1 frac sand.

Select Sands plans to undertake further work to determine the quality and quantity of sand contained within the property boundary, it said Jan. 25.