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Dakota Gas board approves urea project at Beulah

5:20 AM MST | January 29, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz

Dakota Gasification Co.’s (Dakota Gas; Bismarck, ND) board has approved the construction of a previously announced urea production facility at the company’s Great Plains synfuels plant near Beulah, ND, the company said on Tuesday. Dakota Gas, a subsidiary of Basin Electric Power Cooperative, plans to invest about $402 million in the plant, which is scheduled onstream in early 2017.   The facility will be designed to produce 1,100 m.t./day of granular urea using ammonia feedstock produced onsite. Dakota Gas has capacity for about 400,000 m.t./year...

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