NDSU in study of gas conversion
GRAND FORKS -- The University of North Dakota Energy and Environmental Research Center is studying whether it's economical to convert flare gas, a waste product from oil drilling, to fertilizer.
The one-year project, led by North Dakota State University, could benefit North Dakota agriculture by creating a low-cost and stable local supply of nitrogen fertilizer, said project leader Cole Gustafson, chairman of NDSU's agribusiness and applied economics department.
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