Scoop: Regulators Halt Mid-Con Sand Plant Construction As OK Permitting Proves Tougher Than TX

In the Permian Basin, frac sand mines took off with very little permitting friction. In fact, if you take the dunes sagebrush lizard out of the conversation, we actually can’t recall a single headline about regulatory hurdles slowing down project.

Will the same be true as the Mid-Con mining story plays out?

In this exclusive report, we have learned about permitting processes and some new developments that could delay multiple Mid-Con in-basin sand plant timelines.

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