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Windfarm considered near Wishek  

Another wind farm is in the works in North Dakota.

B-P Alternative Energy has finalized an agreement with the McIntosh County Commission, to develop a wind farm.

The first phase of the project is set for land southwest of Wishek.

Phase one outlines twenty-six turbines.

Nine landowners would have turbines on their land, and twelve landowners have agreed to a transmission line crossing their land.

The farm is slated to be complete in 2008.

Tom Lovik with the McIntosh County Wind Energy Committee says B-P Alternative Energy is in negotiations with companies to buy the energy.

B-P Alternative Energy is a subsidiary of B-P Amoco.

KXMBTV Bismarck


9 April 2007

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