Permit Dispute Heads to State Supreme Court
Published: Wednesday, 11 January 2017 15:45
According to Wisconsin Public Radio, a dispute over a frac sand mining permit in Trempealeau County is heading to the state Supreme Court next month and the implications of the case could change how local governments issue permits.
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Frac Sand Projects Proposed in Wisconsin
Published: Wednesday, 11 January 2017 15:44
According to a report on WIZM news, Lacrosse, Wis., wetlands are at the core of the debate over a couple of proposed frac sand mining facilities in Jackson and Monroe counties. Meteor Timber has two frac-sand mining projects in that area and says they're valued at $65 million and would create 100 jobs.
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Select Sands Names New President and CEO
Published: Wednesday, 11 January 2017 15:42
Select Sands Corp. announced that Zigurds "Zig" Vitols, the company's current chief operating officer, has been appointed president and CEO. Vitols will be replacing Rasool Mohammad, who will be taking on a new role as chief operating officer of Select Sands and president of American Select Corp., a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of Select Sands.
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Badger Mining Offers Proppant Transport Technology
Published: Wednesday, 14 December 2016 16:12
Badger Mining Corp. (BMC) announced the release of its newest product offering for the oil and gas industry, a proven proppant transport technology known as TURBOprop.
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EPA Claims Hydraulic Fracturing Impacts Drinking Water
Published: Wednesday, 14 December 2016 16:11
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its scientific report on the impacts from hydraulic fracturing activities on drinking water resources, which provides states and others the scientific foundation to better protect drinking water resources in areas where hydraulic fracturing is occurring or being considered. The report, done at the request of Congress, provides scientific evidence that hydraulic fracturing activities can impact drinking water resources in the United States under some circumstances.
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