The company had 30 days to stop the leak it caused by not following its submitted plans.
That includes at least one fluid release into wetlands, which is a violation.
The ongoing drought has led to worryingly low stream flow levels in some areas.
The spill happened July 6 during a drilling procedure.
The 2018 explosion forced thousands of people to evacuate.
The company also promised a boost in wind and solar.
Texas wasn't the only state impacted by February's arctic blast.
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission has launched an investigation into the gas spike.
Blackouts started at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
It will retire and convert its remaining two coal plants by 2035.
The proposed projects would create around 5,000 jobs as the company looks to help with COVID-19 economy relief.
Great River Energy has announced it will close its North Dakota coal plant several years earlier than planned.
The governor has laid out a path for the state's electricity sector over the next 30 years.
Minnesota is now home to almost 60,000 clean energy sector workers.