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Minnkota hosts Project Tundra landowner meeting

Minnkota Power Cooperative held its second Project Tundra landowner meeting of 2022 on Oct. 13 in Center, N.D. About 75 attendees heard from project leaders on development efforts and the science by carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and storage.

In addition to its fully permitted storage facility underneath the Milton R. Young Station (where CO2 will be captured), Minnkota is pursuing another storage area outside of Center, N.D. Stratigraphic test well research, geophysical survey work and other data analysis continues to show that the region has ideal geology for safe, permanent CO2 storage.

“This project would not be possible without the outstanding support we’ve received from the landowners, the city of Center and Oliver County,” said Mac McLennan, Minnkota president and CEO. “We remain committed to keeping open lines of communication with all key stakeholders as we continue forward with development efforts.”


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