One Industrial Siting Council member can’t support plant that’s only 30 percent designed.
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Simplot, through Holland & Hart, said simply that "the ammonia production process itself will not generate any hazardous waste."
Simplot proposes to build and operate the plant on its land at the company’s phosphate fertilizer complex 5 miles south of Rock Springs.
After first trying to delay a hearing before Wyoming regulators to buy more time to modify its construction schedule, Houston-based DKRW Advanced Fuels LLC today formally withdrew its request to modify its plans for the proposed Medicine Bow Fuel & Power coal-to-gasoline plant in Carbon County. That means DKRW is formally out of compliance with its Industrial Siting Council permit, further threatening the company’s ability to secure financing for the project.