Tag: Red Trail Energy

Red Trail Energy gets green light for North Dakota’s first Class VI well

Red Trail Energy gets green light for North Dakota’s first Class VI well

October 26, 2021 |

In North Dakota, North Dakota’s regulatory framework for geologic sequestration of carbon dioxide (CO2) is leading the nation again as the North Dakota Industrial Commission approved the first Class VI well in North Dakota. North Dakota was the first state to receive primacy of Class VI wells from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in […]

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North Dakota ethanol plant seeks to capture emissions underground

North Dakota ethanol plant seeks to capture emissions underground

August 15, 2021 |

In North Dakota, the Bismark Tribune reports that Red Trail Energy ethanol plant representatives appeared before state regulators seeking a permit to store carbon dioxide captured from the facility underground, the first hearing of its kind to take place in North Dakota as the state’s energy industry looks to lower GHG emissions. The Bismark Tribune […]

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Senator John Hoeven announced that Red Trail Energy

Senator John Hoeven announced that Red Trail Energy

March 12, 2020 |

In North Dakota, Senator John Hoeven announced that Red Trail Energy will begin the drilling of a stratigraphic well, designed with the intent to be permitted as a Class VI injection well and used to sequester carbon dioxide (CO2) from the company’s ethanol plant in Richardton, North Dakota. The drill pad for the well is […]

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Red Trail Energy moving ahead with CCS project after 3D geological survey

Red Trail Energy moving ahead with CCS project after 3D geological survey

April 16, 2019 |

In North Dakota, following a geological survey of the eight miles surrounding the facility, Red Trail Energy has decided to move forward with its carbon capture plans. The move is meant to reduce the carbon footprint of the ethanol produced at the facility so it may be able to supply more lucrative ethanol markets like […]

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