Increase in natural gas production could slow interest in Minn. wind power

Minnesota Public Radio: Minnesota is the nation's fourth largest producer of wind energy, but a potential game-changing development in natural gas production could erode interest in wind power. In the Minnesota River valley town of Ottawa, near St. Peter, there's a big hole in the ground that's part of the rush to produce more natural gas. Grey Lusty is a manager for the Unimin Corporation, a company mining silica sand in Ottawa and plans to expand production. The sand is used in a natural gas extraction process called......

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