Ted Auch speaks at Wisconsin Grassroots Festival in Eau Claire

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October 1, 2018

Dr. Ted Auch spoke at the Eau Claire Grassroots Festival about the current status of fracking, frac sand mining in Wisconsin, and what we can expect in the future. The slide deck from his talk is attached to this article. Please note that the audio quality is sketchy as there was a fairly loud presentation going on in the next room, and the room dividers in this building are not great for sound isolation. 

In the talk Dr. Auch made it clear that the upcoming trends for us in Wisconsin will include fewer, bigger mines, and more instability in the job market as more of the mining is automated. He also made it clear that mines that are not very near a rail spur will be at a distinct disadvantage.

Ted Auch Speaks about Frac Sand Mining at Wisconsin Grassroots Festival in Eau Claire

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