Summit Carbon Solutions is adding to its proposed pipeline plan in North Dakota.
According to the company’s latest plan, the pipeline would run almost 13 additional miles in North Dakota for a total of 333 miles. The addition comes after Summit’s permit was denied in North Dakota.
Summit wants to build a two-thousand-mile pipeline system in five states to transport captured carbon dioxide from ethanol plants to North Dakota for underground sequestration.
The proposed Summit Carbon Solutions pipeline would go through several northwest Iowa counties including Ida, Cherokee, O’Brien, Clay, and Palo Alto.