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Application filed for proposed One Earth Energy CO2 pipeline project

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By Erin Voegele

October 26, 2023

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One Earth Sequestration LLC on Oct. 18 filed an application with the ICC seeking an Certifiate of Authority to Construct and Operate a 7.34 mile pipeline to transport and sequester CO2 produced at One Earth Energy LLC.

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ADM Chairman and CEO Juan Luciano on Oct. 24 reported the company’s Carbohydrates Solutions business segment achieved record third quarter results. Robust ethanol demand and strong margins contributed to that strong performance.

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Navigator CO2 Ventures LLC on Oct. 20 cancelled development of its proposed Heartland Greenway CO2 pipeline project, citing permitting issues, specifically “the unpredictable nature of the regulatory and government processes involved.”

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The latest issue of Ethanol Producer Magazine tackles thermal energy storage, the rise of all-renewable E85, ACE’s annual conference, the return of a familiar face, and a wild new use for distillers grains.

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Attendees at the 14th annual Growth Energy Biofuels Summit met with their elected senators and representatives to tell the industry’s story and advocate for pro-biofuels policy priorities.

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An affiliate of Navigator CO2 Ventures LLC on Oct. 10 filed a motion with the Illinois Commerce Commission requesting to voluntary withdraw a permit application to build nearly 300 miles of CO2 pipeline within the state.

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Tom Buis, a longtime voice for ethanol producers, is now at the helm of the American Carbon Alliance, a strong new advocate for carbon capture.

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The South Dakota PUC on Sept. 26 issued a final order denying a permit filed by Navigator to build and operate a CO2 pipeline within the state. Navigator has paused right of way work in certain areas but said it remains committed to the project.

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The U.S. DOE's Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management on Sept. 15 announced it is making up to $27 million to support the transport of captured CO2, including CO2 from biomass sources. IRFA has issued a statement in support of the funding.

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We all know corn ethanol can someday attain carbon neutrality, but not without credit for low-carbon farming, and certainly not without sequestering our fermentation CO2.

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Carbon capture efforts in North Dakota and the greater ethanol industry showcase the current and long-term vision of the U.S. DOE’s carbon management team.

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On Sept. 11, the pipeline permit application for Summit Carbon Solutions was denied by the South Dakota PUC. SCS respects the decision, plans to refile, and is reinforcing its commitment to South Dakotans and the state’s ethanol and SAF industries.

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A conversation with Bruce Rastetter about his history in agriculture and ethanol production, as well as the transformative potential of CCS.

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The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission on Aug. 31 approved the scope of the Environmental Impact Statement for a portion of Summit Carbon Solutions’ proposed CO2 pipeline project that spans approximately 28 miles in two of the state’s counties.

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Rex American Resources Inc. on Aug. 30 announced sales were down during its fiscal second quarter, the three months ending July 31. During an earnings call, company officials discussed planned capacity expansion and CCS projects.

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Summit Carbon Solutions has secured 80 percent of voluntary easements for its pipeline route in North Dakota and continues to negotiate with additional landowners every day. At the same time, the company is responding to the decision of the North Dakota PUC.

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The North Dakota Public Service Commission on Aug. 4 denied a siting permit for Summit Carbon Solutions’ Midwest Carbon Express CO2 Pipeline Project. Summit plans to revisit its proposal and reapply for the permit.

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The American Coalition for Ethanol, Growth Energy, and the Renewable Fuels Association have joined the newly formed American Carbon Alliance. Their participation brings attention to the benefits that carbon capture technology will have on rural communities, the nation’s economy, and the ethanol industry.

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The August issue of Ethanol Producer Magazine addresses industry opportunities related to CO2 utilization, the benefits of multi-plant executive management, the contributions of the National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center, and the future of cellulosic ethanol production.

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HYCO1 Inc. has entered into a carbon dioxide supply agreement with Kansas Ethanol for the planned construction of a biogenic carbon dioxide utilization facility that will initially proudce synthetic bas lubricating oils and low-carbon jet fuel.

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Aemetis Inc.'s carbon capture subsidiary has been awarded the first CO2 sequestration characterization well permit issued by the State of California. The well supports a project that aims to sequester CO2 produced at the proposed Riverbank facilitiy.

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The potential demand for ethanol plant CO2 is growing, and a DOE research consortium exploring e-fuels could broaden an already promising spectrum of transformation prospects.

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Summit Carbon Solutions has reached a major milestone in voluntary easements, signing 70 percent of the route in South Dakota and project wide, while continuing to partner with more landowners every day.

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Primetals Technologies Ltd. and LanzaTech Global Inc. on June 27 announced the signing of a renewed ten-year cooperation agreement to accelerate the deployment of integrated environmental solutions for the steel industry worldwide.

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LanzaJet and Airbus on June 22 announced they have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to address the needs of aviation through the production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The agreement was announced during the Paris Air Show.

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The White House Office of Management and Budget on June 13 published its Spring 2023 Unified Agenda and Regulatory Plan, which shows several rulemakings related to carbon capture and storage (CCS) are underway by federal agencies.

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ArcelorMittal and LanzaTech Global Inc. on June 14 announced that ArcelorMittal’s commercial flagship CCU facility in Ghent, Belgium, has produced initial samples of ethanol. The "Steelanol" facility is expected to be fully operational this year.

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Adkins Energy and CapCO2 Solutions are building the first facility to convert ethanol plant waste CO2 to Green Methanol. This will add a significant new revenue source and a significant step forward in decarbonizing the ethanol industry.

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The DOE has released its U.S. National Clean Hydrogen Strategy and Roadmap, which addresses both the potential to produce hydrogen from biomass and biogas and the growing need for hydrogen feedstock in advanced biofuels production, particularly SAF.

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Summit Carbon Solutions has announced a new partnership with Absolute Energy, a 130 MMgy ethanol plant located in Saint Ansgar, Iowa. Absolute Energy joins an expanding network of facilities that are joining Summit's CCS project.

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