(Grand Forks, ND) — The University of North Dakota has been selected to receive a first-of-its-kind carbon dioxide facility. The thirty-eight-million-dollar CO2 storage hub is designed to safely manage carbon dioxide emissions. Department of Energy Assistant Secretary Brad Crabtree says North Dakota was selected due to the state being an energy hub. He thanked lawmakers for bipartisan work that allows for the program.
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