North Dakota Governor Discusses Carbon Capture Benefits for Ag Industry

by Brian Wilson
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Republican presidential candidate Doug Burgum says carbon capture technology can spark what he calls “the golden age of agriculture.”

Burgum is the governor of North Dakota and the proposed Summit Carbon  Solutions pipeline would ship carbon from Midwest ethanol plants to underground storage in Burgum’s state.

Burgum says the Biden Administration is hurting the U-S economy with a crazy level of spending in support of the electric vehicle industry.

Experts say over seven billion barrels of oil could be pumped from the Bakken oil fields in Burgum’s home state and Burgum says it’s time for the U-S to focus on liquid fuels.

Burgum has campaigned in southwest Iowa this week, touring the Great Plains plant in Shenandoah on Tuesday. Burgum’s campaign hosted events in Harlan and Denison Wednesday.

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