Red River Grain Company General Manager Kelly Longtin says it hasn’t been an easy drying season. There was a lack of supply and pressure challenges for the natural gas pipeline around Breckenridge, Minnesota. “It stemmed from the main line. The pressure got below a certain alarm level. They had shut down dryers. With a later harvest and all the commodities being wet, it threw a wrench into all of the facilities that were on this gas line.” Great Plains Natural Gas, a company that transports natural gas to customers in Minnesota and North Dakota, is looking at different options to increase capacity in the Breckenridge and Wahpeton areas. Company officials indicate they will continue to determine the economic feasibility of available options. In the short-term, the warmer weather can help. Listen to the story.