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N.D. Governor says Refinery Construction Could Start This Spring

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    Gov. Jack Dalrymple and energy executives announced on Thursday that construction of the first new refinery built in the United States since the 1970s may begin west of Dickinson as early as this spring.
    “We’re going to have a second refinery in North Dakota,” Dalrymple said.
    Plans for a diesel topping plant capable of processing 20,000 barrels per day of Bakken crude are nearly complete, and is in final permitting. The project is a joint venture between MDU Resources and Indiana-based Calumet Specialty Products Partners.
     “It will be another significant supply (source) of diesel for right here in North Dakota,” Dalrymple said. “Overall, the building of this refinery will continue to diversify the economy.”
    The two companies will be forming a joint venture to build and operate the refinery, which will be called Dakota Prairie Refining.

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    Super informative writing; keep it up.

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    Construction of $400M N.D. refinery to begin this spring
    The Three Affiliated Tribes is planning to break ground this spring on a $400 million refinery near Minot, N.D..

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