BlueStone Natural Resources II made the winning bid for Quicksilver in an auction last week that lasted 19 hours over two days. This 2012 photo shows a Quicksilver employee working at a salt water disposal well in Fort Worth.
BlueStone Natural Resources II made the winning bid for Quicksilver in an auction last week that lasted 19 hours over two days. This 2012 photo shows a Quicksilver employee working at a salt water disposal well in Fort Worth. Max Faulkner Star-Telegram archives
BlueStone Natural Resources II made the winning bid for Quicksilver in an auction last week that lasted 19 hours over two days. This 2012 photo shows a Quicksilver employee working at a salt water disposal well in Fort Worth. Max Faulkner Star-Telegram archives

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