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State Capitol, 14th Floor, 600 E Boulevard Ave. Dept. 405
Bismarck, ND 58505-0840
Phone: 701-328-3726
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C-02-09: Project Tundra
Total Project Costs: $1,450,000,000; Amount Requested: $150 million (loan); Objective: Demonstrate post combustion carbon capture (PCCC) and storage in North Dakota, preserving the use of lignite and the associated jobs, ensuring enough reliable and dispatchable power is on the grid, and moving North Dakota closer to its carbon neutral goal.  At 4 million metric tons per year, the project will be the largest single-train PCCC in the world that will feature a “station” approach to carbon dioxide emissions control as opposed to the “dedicated unit” configuration being proposed by the rest of the industry.

C-02-08: Internal Combustion Engine Carbon Capture and Sequestration
Total Project Costs: $18,100,000; Amount Requested: $9,055,000 (grant); Objective: This funding is for the implementation of a fieldwide carbon capture and sequestration project to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions on a field wide basis.  This project, that will use proprietary technology to collect exhaust gas emitted from stationary internal combustion engines, was partially funded by the Industrial Commission.   

C-02-07: Commercial Deployment of Carbon Dioxide Capture & Geological Sequestration in McLean County
Total Project Costs: $68,934,121; Amount Requested: $34,467,061 (loan); Objective: Bring a CO2 capture and sequestration project into commercial operations in central North Dakota.  This project will capture emissions from the Blue Flint Ethanol facility and permanently store them underground within secure saline formations. The successful completion of this project will demonstrate that CO2 can safely and efficiently be stored in McLean County.  Once this is demonstrated, the project will enable larger scale projects in the future, locally and globally.  This project will also enhance the financial viability of ethanol production and other associated businesses in the region.

C-01-06: Solving North Dakota Flaring: Mobile Flare Gas Capture & Fueling Platform Expansion
Total Project Costs: $44 million; Amount Requested: $15 million (loan); Objective: Expansion of proprietary Flare Gas Capture ("FGC") and natural gas fueling platform in North Dakota.

C-01-05: Front-End Engineering and Design for CO2 Capture at Coal Creek Station
Total Project Costs: $15,065,200; Amount Requested: $7 million (grant); Objective: Complete a FEED (front-end engineering and design) study on the addition of a full-scale post combustion CO2 capture system (CCS) that will capture 95% of CO2 emissions at the 1100-MWe Coal Creek Station.

C-01-04: Commercial Deployment of Carbon Dioxide Capture & Geological Sequestration in McLean County
Total Project Costs: $58,782,260; Amount Requested: $3 million (grant); Objective: Bring CO2 sequestration into commercial application.

C-01-03: Unlocking the Full Potential of Produced Water as a Key Component of Clean Sustainable Energy
Total Project Costs: $2.2 million; Amount Requested: $1 million (grant); Objective: Execute the final phase of front-end engineering (FEL-3) and design to recover resources with commercial value from a waste stream from the Bakken oil fields; Confirm produced water feedstock process through pilot testing; complete validation of lithium extraction process.

C-01-02: Cerilon GTL
Total Project Costs: $2.8 billion; Amount Requested: $7 million (grant) $40 million (loan); Objective: To take clean natural gas, converting it through an ESG compliant Gas to Liquids (GTL) process into clean, environmentally friendly, and value adding products. The GTL facility will do Carbon Capture and Underground Sequestration (CCUS) to capture up to ~2 million tons per annum of CO2 and sequester underground.

C-01-01: Dakota H2 Hub
Total Project Costs: $1.75 billion; Amount Requested: $10 million (grant) $80 million (loan); Objective: Develop a regional clean hydrogen hub.

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Al Anderson
Clean Sustainable Energy Authority
State Capitol 14th Floor
600 E. Boulevard Ave. Dept. 405
Bismarck, ND 58505-0840
Phone: (701)595-9668
E-mail: alananderson@nd.gov
Industrial Commission
State Capitol 14th Floor
600 E. Boulevard Ave. Dept. 405
Bismarck, ND 58505-0840
Phone: (701)328-3726
E-mail: Sustainableenergy@nd.gov

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