Natural gas to fertilizer: ND Corn Growers Association looks at $1.5 billion plant
North Dakota producers may have another use for natural gas other than heating their buildings.
The North Dakota Corn Growers Association recently announced it is in its business planning stage to build a world-scale nitrogen fertilizer plant that will serve North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and Canada, according to a press release. The organization will use natural gas as a feedstock to produce anhydrous ammonia, CGA President Darin Anderson said.
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