Our site visit this week proved to be an exciting one with a noticeable increase of personnel safely performing a multitude of trades. The silo erectors are progressing nicely and making up for some lost time due to inclement weather experienced this past week. Meanwhile the millwrights are busy installing some of our conveying equipment into the screening tower, which itself is moving vertically at an impressive pace. Our civil contractors are busy on multiple fronts, digging ponds and stockpiling product as well as preparing foundations for our concrete contractors to perform their task. Our decision to manufacture our concrete onsite has proven to be a good one and given us the ability to pour on our own schedule. I also found our roustabouts busy unloading the new processing equipment that is arriving daily in addition to installing signage along the DSL Buffer Zone that we established as part of our agreement with the Comptroller’s office. There’s a lot happening and I’m already looking forward to our next visit. – Luke
High Roller Sand has received the TCP Certificate of Inclusion for more than 1000 acres of our land containing more than 90 million tons of resources.
We are the only operator approved in the northern sections of the deposit and we are confident that the plant will continue to operate under a sound DSL Conservation and Habitat Improvement Plan.
Our Environmental Consultant will continue to review all areas of the property and maintain a conservation plan and habitat enrichment program to protect and promote the DSL habitat.
We do not expect any compromise of production and delivery of sand from restrictions relating to DSL, and have the option to enroll additional acreage in the future.
As a responsible partner in the struggle to protect the DSL, we continue to attend meetings with the respective exploration and production operator associations and the Comptroller’s office to stay informed and support the ongoing efforts of these groups relating to the DSL.
We are on a fast pace to completion. All goes well as evidenced by these photos.