(Dakota Radio Group News – Pierre, SD) Summit’s carbon storage project would’ve connected 32 ethanol biorefineries across five states in the upper Midwest. One of those was Ringneck Energy at Onida.President, CEO and Chairman of the Board Walt Wendland is disappointed with the decision.
Wendland says low carbon fuel is becoming a requirement in some parts of the country– and world.
Wendland says allowing the carbon emitted by the plant to be captured will make an efficient plant even more environmentally friendly.
Summit’s proposed pipeline would have gone through parts of Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota and North Dakota.