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  • A multi-billion-dollar St. Paul, MN-based agricultural cooperative conglomerate said Wednesday it is dropping long-standing plans to develop a major natural gas-based fertilizer plant in North Dakota, causing energy officials there to raise doubts of plans to add badly needed gas infrastructure and power generation.

    CHS Inc. announced a $2.8 billion investment in an existing nitrogen fertilizer manufacturer and at the same time said it is dropping plans to development of 640 acres northeast of Jamestown, ND, into a fertilizer plant (see Shale Daily, Sept. 9, 2014).

    Most of the nitrogen products from the now-abandoned plant would have served farmer-owned cooperatives and independent farm supply retailers within a 200-mile radius of the plant in the Dakotas and parts of Minnesota, Montana and Canada, according to CHS's plans.