By B.N. Frank
American opposition to carbon pipeline deployment is only gaining steam (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5). Lawmakers are trying to regulate and/or block development (see 1, 2, 3, 4) which has led to companies trying to take land via eminent domain in several states. Of course, regulators seem to be trying to control and/or block development as well.
From WDAY Radio Now:
Summit Carbon Solutions planning reroutes for proposed North Dakota carbon pipeline
By Tom Tucker
(Fargo, ND) — Representatives with Summit Carbon Solutions continue to negotiate with landowners in North Dakota, after regulators in the state turned down the company’s request for a road permit, citing concerns with the company’s plan to build a CO2 pipeline across the state.
The concerns include the pipe’s proposed location around Bismarck.
In a press release issue Monday morning, a company representative said Summit Carbon Solutions is looking at plans again and will address those issues in a new application, including reroutes.
The company is “determined to get this right for everyone involved”.
Summit Carbon Solutions reports securing 80% of voluntary easements for its pipeline route in North Dakota.
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