Facing high fuel costs, North Dakota plans new refineries: Kemp

Reuters: North Dakota's residents have received an enormous income windfall from the shale boom, but strong local demand for trucking and fracking fuel has left them facing the highest gasoline prices in the mainland United States. Only insular Hawaiians pay more to fill up at the pump. North Dakota needs more local refining capacity to turn its abundant, high-quality crude into gasoline and especially diesel for trucks and oilfield operations. There are proposals for three new refineries, which......

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