(Bismarck, ND) — Central North Dakota landowners are getting their questions answered about a proposed CO2 pipeline. A discussion hosted by North Dakota Farm Bureau at a Bismarck hotel Monday drew a large crowd that spilled into the hallway. The Summit Carbon Solutions Midwest Carbon Express is intended to pick up climate-warming carbon dioxide away from ethanol plants and facilities in several states, ending in North Dakota. The emissions would be injected deep underground into rocks below Oliver and Mercer counties. The North Dakota Public Service Commission must approve a permit for the project.