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Dakota Gasification Company

Basin Electric Power Cooperative, through its for-profit subsidiary, Dakota Gasification Company, owns and operates the Great Plains Synfuels Plant. The Synfuels Plant is the only commercial-scale coal gasification plant in the United States that manufactures natural gas. It is also the cleanest energy plant operating in the state of North Dakota, according to a comparison of emissions data available from the North Dakota Department of Health.

  • Average daily production of natural gas is about 153 million cubic feet, the majority of which is piped to Ventura, IA, for distribution in the eastern United States.

  • The Synfuels Plant supplies carbon dioxide to the world’s largest carbon capture and storage project in the world in Saskatchewan, Canada. Dakota Gas currently captures between 2.5 and 3 million metric tons of carbon dioxide per year.

  • The $2.1-billion plant began operating in 1984. Using Lurgi gasifiers, the Synfuels Plant gasifies lignite coal to produce valuable gases and liquids. Located five miles northwest of Beulah, ND, the Synfuels Plant has been owned and operated by Dakota Gas since 1988.

  • About $665 million has been invested in the Synfuels Plant since 1988 to achieve environmental compliance, improve efficiency, and diversify the product slate.

President - Jon Nadeau
Vice President - Kris Waller
Secretary - Sean Senske

Chief Steward (Days)- Sean Senske
Steward - Tyler Whiteley
Steward - Jordan Zander
Steward - Jon Nadeau
Steward - Brandon Sailer

Negotiating Committee
Sean Senske
Scott Fritz
Tyler Whitely
Brandon Sailer

Training committee
Collin Kittelson
Dan Peterson
Jesse Hruby
Kevin Holen
Jon Welk
Sean Senske

Safety Committee
Charles Lawhorn
Craig Mattheis
Mike Heidel
Erica Freezon
Shannon Kadrmas
Brandon Newgard
Dan Peterson
Jesse Roth
Scott Roth
Brandon Sailer---Alternate
Crystal Clary---Alternate

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