BISMARCK — A diesel refinery near Dickinson could be operational as soon as late 2014, processing 20,000 barrels of Bakken crude oil per day and helping meet the state’s demand for diesel, officials announced Thursday.
Amy Dalrymple and Bryan Horwath
, February 08, 2013
The Stark County Commission approved a request Tuesday by WBI Energy to rezone 274 acres of land between Dickinson and South Heart from agricultural to industrial for the construction of a diesel refinery.
Local policymakers and business officials from Stark County received a better look at plans for a $250 million to $325 million diesel refinery that would pump up to 10,000 barrels of fuel or kerosene per day into the region, MDU Resources Group Inc. representatives said Tuesday.
BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota’s Oil Patch is fueling unprecedented demand for diesel, and projects to boost production won’t come before supplies tighten this spring when farmers head back into their fields and construction projects start up, industry officials say.
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