The Public Service Commission has dismissed a complaint filed against an oil refinery project planned for Belfield.
The complaint was filed by environmental groups and individuals concerned about how close the proposed Davis Refinery would be to the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
The PSC accepted the ruling of an administrative law judge
Meridian Energy proposes a refinery that would process 49,500 barrels of oil every day. But state law says the PSC does not get involved in siting refineries unless it would process over 50,000 barrels a day.