To stay competitive, South Dakota ethanol needs a carbon dioxide pipeline, says Summit
By Kerry Kulkarni
Nov. 8, 2022
Summit Carbon Solution visited Glacial Lakes Energy on Wednesday in Watertown to discuss with community leaders its plan to move liquefied carbon dioxide through a pipeline across the state and into North Dakota, where it will be stored below ground.
“Glacial Lakes purchases 1/6 of the corn in South Dakota,” said Summit Carbon Vice President of Government and Public Affairs Jake Ketzner. “We want to ensure that Glacial Lakes can keep doing that for the next 5-25 years from now.”
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