ROSEMOUNT, Minn. (AP) - Flint Hills Resources
wants to spend $400 million to upgrade its refinery in Rosemount, a plan
that would improve the facility's efficiency but also increase the
output of greenhouse gases.
The company filed an application
Friday asking the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to amend the
air-quality permit for its Pine Bend Refinery.
A St. Paul Pioneer Press report (http://bit.ly/U75Q04
) says the refinery is Minnesota's largest. Flint Hills says it
contributes about 2% of Minnesota's total greenhouse-gas emissions.
The upgrade would be the
refinery's largest since 2006. A company spokesman says the latest
upgrade would cut emissions of nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide, but
increase output of carbon dioxide.
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