Carbon pipeline opponents press advantage
North Dakota win puts wind in sails
Buoyed by victory in North Dakota, opponents of a carbon dioxide pipeline are seeking to press their advantage in other states in what they hope will be a broader and final win.
Meanwhile, Summit Carbon Solutions is hoping to reverse its loss in North Dakota, asking the Public Service Commission there to reconsider its 3-0 vote on Aug. 4 rejecting the company’s permit request. The petition for reconsideration will address the commission’s concerns about the project, company spokeswoman Sabrina Zenor said in a statement to The Dakota Scout.
“We are hopeful the commission will review this in the near future and we can continue advancing both the pipeline and our sequestration site through the regulatory process in North Dakota,” Zenor said.
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