Fertilizer study gets $1 million
A New York-based company received a $1 million grant from the North Dakota Industrial Commission to create a portable plant system to use flared natural gas to create farm fertilizer. N-Flex LLC submitted the request and was recently purchased by Maryland-based Beowulf Energy LLC. The total cost of the project is $4 million, and N-Flex founder, Neil Cohn, hopes that the plant
will be operational within 18 months. Each Bakken well could produce up to 3 tons of anhydrous ammonia per day. Read more in the Bismarck Tribune.