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North Dakota Ethanol Plant Advances Carbon Capture Project

Red Trail Energy, Richardton, will inject captured carbon dioxide underground

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A project to capture carbon dioxide from a western North Dakota ethanol plant continues to advance as researchers work to better understand the geology below the facility, reports U.S. News & World-Report.

Red Trail Energy in Richardton proposes to capture carbon dioxide rather than emit it into the atmosphere and inject it deep underground, reducing the carbon footprint of the ethanol plant to meet West Coast fuel standards.

Red Trail Energy's goal is to produce ethanol that will meet the low carbon fuel standards of California or the Pacific Northwest, CEO Gerald Bachmeier said.

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