Despite hundreds of millions in tax dollars, ADM’s carbon capture program still hasn’t met promised goals

Read the full story from the Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting.

Archer Daniels Midland, one of the world’s largest agribusiness companies, has received $281 million in federal tax dollars since 2009 for carbon capture and storage projects to combat climate change.

Yet the company’s largest project is storing substantially less carbon dioxide from its ethanol plant in Decatur, Illinois, than originally promised, according to a Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting review of federal and company documents. 

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