Tharaldson Ethanol opposing proposed North Dakota Soybean Processors facility

April 27, 2022 |

In North Dakota, InForum reports Tharaldson Ethanol is objecting to North Dakota Soybean Processors’ proposed soybean crushing plant that would be sited next door to its own facilities. Tharaldson Ethanol’s CEO said that if the facility were 30 or 50 miles away, it wouldn’t be a problem for them, and he would even support it, but the proposed location would cause problems for them logistically. The two sites would be sharing the BNSF and Red River Valley and Western rail lines which are key to both projects. Tharaldson Ethanol suggested that if the soybean project were to pay to double its corn storage at a cost of $40 million, compared to the $400 million planned investment for the soybean crushing facility, then he would support the project.

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