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By Erin Schwager
Journalist 

Pipeline personel answer landowner questions

 

Erin Schwager | SAM

Q and A • Jake Kretzner of Summit Carbon Solutions addresses landowners, May 18, in Orchard. Company representatives answered landowner questions about a proposed carbon pipeline that will potentially cross Antelope and Holt counties.

Summit Carbon Solutions representatives met with area landowners, May 18, in the former Orchard School building, to answer questions about a potential carbon dioxide pipeline slated for construction in the area. Jake Ketzner, vice president of government and public affairs at Summit Carbon, opened the meeting with a brief overview of the new carbon pipeline that would cut through Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and North Dakota, if approved. The Ames, Iowa-based company plans to run the pipeline through both Antelope and Holt counties.

"We think this project is so important to make sure our et...



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