Tag: Red Tail Energy

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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Red Tail Energy looking to CCS by 2020

Red Tail Energy looking to CCS by 2020

June 6, 2017 |

In North Dakota, if all goes well with the transfer of decision making power to the state level from the federal level, Red Tail Energy could be ready to implement its carbon capture and storage project in the Broom Creek Formation by 2020. The company is looking to store up to 4 million tons of […]

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Red Tail Energy and EERC get $490,000 grant to study CCS at ethanol plant

Red Tail Energy and EERC get $490,000 grant to study CCS at ethanol plant

August 15, 2016 |

In North Dakota, North Dakota ethanol producer Red Trail Energy, and the Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) have been awarded $490,000 by the North Dakota Industrial Commission’s Renewable Energy Program in support of a study examining the integration of carbon capture and storage (CCS) at RTE’s ethanol manufacturing facility near Richardton to reduce the […]

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Red Tail Energy pays off last of its debt three years early

Red Tail Energy pays off last of its debt three years early

April 18, 2016 |

In North Dakota, Red Tail Energy has bucked the trend of many corn-based ethanol plants of late suffering thin margins and has paid off the last of its $5.5 million in debt, moving forward debt-free as margins improve. The company managed to pay the debt off three years ahead of when was indicated in previous […]

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