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N.D. mulls grant for mobile fertilizer plants

Published 08/16/2012, The Jamestown Sun

A New York company is asking North Dakota regulators for $1 million to help build a mobile plant that would convert natural gas that’s normally burned off as a byproduct of oil production into farm fertilizer. The request from N-Flex LLC will be considered Monday by the North Dakota Industrial Commission, a panel of top state officials. Company founder Neil Cohn said the state grant would cover about a quarter of the cost of a pilot program to build A plant that could be moved between oils wells in western North Dakota.

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