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EV laggard North Dakota just got its first Electrify America charging station

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Electrify America just launched its first EV charging station in North Dakota – here’s why that’s kind of a big deal. more… The post EV laggard North Dakota just got its first Electrify America charging station appeared first on Electrek.

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E15 now available in North Dakota

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E15 blended gasoline is now available in four of North Dakota’s larger cities. North Dakota is the ninth state to offer the fuel blend containing 15% ethanol and 85% gasoline. The others are Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Nebraska, North Carolina, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.

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Enbridge to invest $6.2B in pipeline expansions for light oil from North Dakota and Canada

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billion program of pipeline expansions to carry an additional 400,000 barrels per day (bpd) of light oil from North Dakota and western Canada to refinery markets in Ontario, Quebec and the US Midwest. Specifics include: North Dakota System Expansion and Extension. Enbridge Inc. will proceed with a $6.2-billion

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Electric Vehicle Incentives in North Dakota

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You may already be aware of the federal tax credits for electric vehicles (if not check out Electric Vehicle Federal Tax Credit: Explained) but there are also EV incentives available in individual states, including some great incentives for North Dakota residents.

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Badlands NGL to develop $4B plant in North Dakota to convert ethane from Bakken NGLs into polyethylene

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Badlands NGL, LLC, announced the development of a North Dakota manufacturing plant that will convert ethane (C 2 H 6 ), a byproduct of natural gas processing, into polyethylene, which is used to make a wide variety of end-use consumer and industrial plastics. The project will be the largest private investment in state history.

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EIA: North Dakota oil production reached new high of 770K bpd in 2012; transported by trucks and railroads

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North Dakota crude oil production (including lease condensate) averaged an all-time high of 770,000 barrels per day in December 2012, according to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA). Much of crude oil production in North Dakota is gathered and transported by truck to railcars leaving the state. Source: EIA.

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North Dakota awards Tesoro $500K to support $3.5M renewable diesel co-processing project at refinery; 5% renewable diesel blend

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The North Dakota Industrial Commission has awarded Tesoro $500,000 to support a $3.5-million North Dakota made the award under its Renewable Energy Council Grant Round 33. The refinery has a capacity of 20,000 barrels per day (bpd) and primarily processes domestic crude oil from North Dakota delivered by pipeline.