Tag: Midwest AgEnergy

Red Tail Energy and Midwest AgEnergy forced to bring corn in by rail following drought

Red Tail Energy and Midwest AgEnergy forced to bring corn in by rail following drought

October 4, 2021 |

In North Dakota, InForum reports Red Tail Energy and Midwest AgEnergy are struggling to source local corn due to the drought in the region this summer, forcing them to bring in more expensive corn by rail which will hit margins negatively. With Red Tail Energy typically sourcing 65% or more of its corn within 75 […]

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Midwest AgEnergy scoping out possible CCS project

Midwest AgEnergy scoping out possible CCS project

August 12, 2021 |

In North Dakota, the Bismarck Tribune newspaper reports that Midwest AgEnergy is exploring the possibility of a Carbon Capture and Storage project near its Dakota Spirit facility in an effort to reduce its carbon emissions from ethanol production. Although other parts of the state have been researched to determine if they are viable for carbon […]

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Midwest AgEnergy drilling CCS test well at Blue Flint ethanol plant

Midwest AgEnergy drilling CCS test well at Blue Flint ethanol plant

October 14, 2020 |

In North Dakota, KX Net reports Midwest AgEnergy is drilling a test well for its carbon capture project at the Blue Flint ethanol plant. The proposed project would store 200,000 tons of carbon dioxide annually to help reduce the carbon footprint of the ethanol produced at the facility, opening it up to low carbon fuel […]

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Midwest AgEnergy gets grant to study barley for ethanol and animal feed production

Midwest AgEnergy gets grant to study barley for ethanol and animal feed production

July 3, 2018 |

In North Dakota, thanks to a $83,810 grant from the North Dakota Industrial Commission, Midwest AgEnergy Group are looking at opportunities to use local barley as feedstock for ethanol but also for protein concentrate as fish feed to supply the growing aquaculture industry, making it the first ethanol producer in the state to potential diversify […]

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