At the domestic level, renewable diesel and the expansion of the soybean crush are changing the game. “We are investing in that industry,” said Jay Debertin, president and CEO, CHS. “We’re expanding plants that we own and we are looking at building a greenfield plant. We’re leaning into it and we think that’s a prudent way for us to participate without getting too far ahead of our shoes.” CHS is also investing in the energy sector within this region. “We bought a terminal in Grand Forks that had been shut down by the U.S. government. We bought it to bring it back into service to help our supply during surge times in the spring and the fall.” Debertin spoke at the CHS Ag Services annual meeting in Grand Forks. Listen to the full interview.
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