Thursday, September 13, 2012

Fertilizer Plant Ready to Go

The fertilizer plant planned for eastern North Dakota reportedly is ready to go after several months of review. According to the Associated Press, the go-ahead was announced at a news conference in Bismarck yesterday. The $1.2 billion facility, to be built by Minnesota-based CHS, Inc., will use natural gas from the Bakken play to produce more than 2,000 tons of anhydrous ammonia daily. The plant is to be built on a 200-acre site in the Spiritwood Energy Park located approximately 10 miles east of Jamestown. Read more.

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