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Sand Plants Leave Texas Town Due To Shift In Fracking Process

Jun 4, 2019
Originally published on June 4, 2019 1:11 pm

Fracking oil and gas has been booming in Texas. But a recent change in the type of sand used in fracking operations has been bad news for the small town of Brady in central Texas. Reporter Jimmy Maas (@maasdinero) of KUT reports.

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