PSC approves Summit Carbon Solution’s petition for reconsideration
BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - The Public Service Commission voted Friday to allow Summit Carbon Solutions to submit another petition for a siting permit for a 320-mile CO2 pipeline project that would run through ten counties in North Dakota.
Summit Carbon will be able to present evidence that it has addressed deficiencies in the previous plan.
According to the Associated Press, the PSC will set a hearing schedule, and then move to approve or deny a permit will be made after.
The PSC denied the petition last month.
For more information, contact the Public Service Commission at (701) 328-2400 or visit www.psc.nd.gov.
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