Air quality permit clears way for refinery
The North Dakota Department of Health has issued a critical air quality permit necessary for Dakota Prairie Refining to build a diesel refinery in southwestern North Dakota.
Dakota Prairie is a joint venture between MDU Resources of Bismarck, N.D., and Calumet Specialty Products Partners of Indianap....
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