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Fertilizer plant overcomes early challenges, expands partnerships

Published: Jun 18 2018

It wasn’t built as a fertilizer plant but, as of this year, Dakota Gasification Co.’s Great Plains Synfuels Plant is one.

Negotiating its new role as regional fertilizer tycoon in its inaugural season was something of a trial by fire — but one the company aims to learn from and improve upon as it takes on the task of supplying farmers in North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana with the nitrogen source they need.

With the addition of a new urea plant, half of Basin Electric Power Cooperative subsidiary DGC’s business is now fertilizer, said Trinity Turnbow, operations manager. It also produces sulfate and anhydrous ammonia.

Read more at https://bismarcktribune.com/news/state-and-regional/fertilizer-plant-overcomes-early-challenges-expands-partnerships/article_15f30900-5aff-5461-be1c-9c3621a3a2f1.html

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