ND coal-to-fuel plant gets 4th extension
BISMARCK (AP) -- Developers of a coal-to-liquid fuel factory proposed for western North Dakota have been granted a fourth extension of state aid to study the project.
The extension is through the end of the year. Project spokesman David Straley says that a decision on whether to build the $4 billion project depends on a change of political climate and favorable coal legislation.
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