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Pellets News
Nov 10, 2017
Serbian pellet producer Eko Step Pellet has invested €3 million in a factory in Petrovac na Mlavi, according to media reports. The factory has 32 employees and was officially opened on 4 November, 2017, the administration of Petrovac na Mlavi, in  eastern Serbia, according to Balkan Green Energy News. "Eko Step has invested around 3 million euro to... [Read More]

Pellets News
Nov 3, 2017
Wood pellet giant Enviva has released its latest sustainability ‘Track & Trace’ sourcing data. According to the US-headquarted company, the release of this data demonstrates the company’s ongoing commitment to a sustainable and transparent supply chain. Enviva said that these data are a key tool used to measure, maintain and validate the company’s... [Read More]

Pellets News
Oct 24, 2017
576,521 US tons of pellets were produced in July 2017 in the US, according to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA). EIA has released the latest edition of its Monthly Densified Biomass Fuel Report, which looked at data submitted by 88 pellet facilities in the US. The 88 facilities included in the report have a combined annual pellet production capacity of 11,986,084... [Read More]

Pellets News
Oct 17, 2017
The European Pellet Council (EPC) has announced a record year for its wood pellet quality scheme, with over 8.1 million tonnes certified worldwide in 2016. According to a statement, EPC is anticipating 9.2 million tonnes of wood pellets will be certified by the end of 2017. A network in the European Biomass Association, the EPC is in charge of the ENplus wood pellet management... [Read More]

Pellets News
Sep 28, 2017
AIM-Listed energy company Aggregated Micro Power (AMP) Holdings has acquired the wood pellet assets and customer base of CPL Distribution for a cash consideration of £485,000 (€551.688). AMP said the deal was financed from its existing cash resources. CPL distribution is a UK-based coal and wood pellet specialist. In addition to the customer base, AMP said the... [Read More]

Pellets News
Sep 1, 2017
The fire at Pacific BioEnergy’s British Columbia plant has been brought under-control according to local media, citing representatives from the company. On 24 August could be seen billowing from the top of one of Pacific Bioenergy’s pellet silos. Fire crews were quickly called to the facility, to determine the cause of the smoke and mitigate any danger. The... [Read More]

Pellets News
Aug 16, 2017
A new, next-generation bioproducts mill is up and running in the town of Äänekoski, Finland. The mill, operated by Finnish forestry company Metsä Group, came into operation on schedule on 15 August at 6:00am. According to a statement from Metsä, pulp deliveries from the mill to customers will begin in early September 2017. Before the bioproduct mill... [Read More]

Pellets News
Aug 4, 2017
Helsinki airport has been awarded the international Airport Carbon Accreditation certificate (ACA) to verify its carbon neutrality. “The ACA certificate awarded to Helsinki Airport is an important milestone in the implementation of Finavia’s accelerated climate programme at our airports.  Our climate programme comprises a number of different measures,... [Read More]

Pellets News
Jul 31, 2017
Japan-based Sumitomo Corp. has acquired 47.6% of the shares of the British Columbia-based wood pellet manufacturer Pacific BioEnergy Corp (PBEC). and made its entry into the wood pellet manufacturing business in Canada.   Wood pellets, a biomass fuel produced by pulverising and compressing dried wood fibres, have been garnering attention for their low-environmental... [Read More]

Pellets News
Jun 13, 2017
Pellet producer Enviva has stated that its Florida-based Cottondale plant incurred minor damage due to a fire at the facility on 10 June, 2017. However, the company has also stated that operations have now resumed. In a press statement, Enviva said the fire occurred in a conveyor belt on the morning of 10 June, causing minor damages. After a thorough inspection, the company... [Read More]

Pellets News
Jun 7, 2017
Dalkeith, Midlothian based industrial services company NWH Group has acquired the business and assets of DJ Laing Recycling Solutions’ wood processing division. The six acre Petterden, Scotland site processes recycled wood into biomass for energy plants. It will be able to supply 60,000 tonnes of biomass per year. As part of the acquisition ten staff will transfer... [Read More]

Pellets News
Jun 6, 2017
The bioenergy industry is set to benefit from a proposed energy U-turn by South Korea’s new government would put the environment at the centre of energy policy, shifting one of the world’s staunchest supporters of coal and nuclear power toward natural gas and renewables. According to a report in Reuters, if implemented, the ambitious plans by the world's fourth... [Read More]

Pellets News
May 12, 2017
Demand for industrial wood pellets in South Korea is set to grow ‘significantly’ over the next fifty years, according to a new white paper from FutureMetrics. Despite this continued growth, South Korean utilities are likely to stick to short-term tendering strategies for securing wood pellet fuel for the foreseeable future, even though the lack of long-term... [Read More]

Pellets News
Apr 4, 2017
Wood pellet manufacturing company Drax Biomass has won the bidding battle for the acquisition of the bankrupt Louisiana Pellets.   Drax Biomass operates two huge white pellet storage domes at the Port of Greater Baton Rouge, as well as two other pellet production facilities in the area. Urania based Louisiana Pellets filed for bankruptcy in early 2016, and recently... [Read More]

Pellets News
Mar 31, 2017
The equipment and machinery used for the high load and high pressure production of wood pellets is facing a reduced lifespan because of the inadequacy of existing industrial grease products, according to a new case study by NCH Europe. Globally, the market for wood pellets is booming thanks to a growing demand for pellets as biofuel in both residential heating and industrial... [Read More]

Pellets News
Mar 15, 2017
Wood pellet manufacturers in both the US and Canada are increasingly diversifying their feedstock to reduce fibre costs and take advantage of less utilised fibre sources, according to analysis by Wood Resources International. In a statement, the forest industry consulting firm said that the key fibre furnish in both countries are sawmill by-products and forest... [Read More]


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