Cerilon Begins Planning $2.8 Billion GTL Plant in North Dakota

The North Dakota Department of Commerce and North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum announced recently that the North Dakota Development Fund has approved its initial support for Cerilon of Calgary to begin development of a significant gas to liquids (GTL) complex to be built in Trenton, North Dakota. Costs for this initial phase of the project have been estimated at $2.8 billion. With $3 million in initial development capital from the Development Fund Board, Cerilon will now move forward with the development of phase 1 of this project, with additional financial support expected as the project progresses.  This phase will have a production output of 24,000 barrels per day of primarily ultra-low s

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