North Dakota Corn Crop Projected At Record High

Farmers are getting ready for a big year for corn.  More areas further north of traditional corn country are going to be giving it a try.  NDSU has crop researchers working to develop faster maturing corn varieties to accomodate the demand for more corn for ethanol.  Here’s the story: North Dakota corn crop projected at record high The…
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Basin Plans Jigging At Power Plant

Working on methods to make North Dakota lignite burn more efficiently is important.  This "jigging" process lets the heavier chunks with higher sulfur and mercury content fall to the bottom to be seperated out.  Here’s the story. Bismarck Tribune By LAUREN DONOVBy LAUREN DONOVAN BEULAH – Not all lignite from the rich black coal fields…
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Biodiesel Workshop In Fargo March 29th!

There’s a good biodiesel workshop Thursday March 29th at the Fargo Holiday Inn.  Fargo’s own Bruce Grubb and Harold Pedersen are just some of the expert presenters.  Patrice Lahlum of the ND Ag Dept is also speaking for the Renewable Energy Partnership at another presentation.   Thanks to the EERC for sponsoring the conference.  Here’s the…
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Langdon Wind Project To Serve 2 Energy Firms

More wind projects in North Dakota will help turn that wind into money!  Locally owned projects have an even bigger economic impact for our residents.  "EARTH DAY" EVENTS (click here) Here’s more on the story: Langdon wind project to serve 2 energy firms By Dale Wetzel, Associated PressPublished Tuesday, March 27, 2007   BISMARCK –…
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D.C. Costin Is The MAN!

Fargo, NDSU and North Dakota are fortunate to have a visonary like D.C. Costin working to develop our states vast home grown, terror free, renewable resources.  NDSU has been researching canola biodiesel for years working with oil supplied by ADM in Enderlin to continue to advance diversified feedstocks for making biofuels.  "EARTH DAY" EVENTS (click…
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