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Midwest AgEnergy breaks ground on $155-million North Dakota ethanol biorefinery

3:28 AM MDT | August 15, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Midwest AgEnergy Group (Spiritwood, ND) has broken ground at the site where the Dakota Spirit AgEnergy biorefinery is to be built, the company has announced. The biorefinery will produce bioethanol, distillers grains, and fuel-grade corn oil at the Spiritwood Energy Park, near Jamestown, ND. The plant is expected to produce 65 million gal/year of ethanol. The total cost of the project is $155 million. Near-term activities include engineering and site preparation, and full construction will be underway this fall. Commercial production is scheduled for...

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