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Biomass drying tech round-up

This look at biomass drying technology proves to be a long-time favourite with Canadian Biomass readers, as July’s stats show again. >> Read full article

Biocrude plant starts construction in Quebec

Designed to take advantage of the province’s abundant supply of biomass to produce clean fuel, the Cote Nord Project will convert tens of thousands of metric tonnes of slash and other forest industry residues into millions of litres of renewable biocrude each year. >> Read full article

Canfor turning wood waste to oil

Earlier this year Canfor formed a joint venture with Licella Fibre Fuels, the Australian start-up behind a process that transforms biomass waste from paper-making into stable biocrude oil. The biocrude can be fed into existing petrochemical refinery streams to produce renewable fuels. >> Read full article

 Featured News 

Brexit’s impact on pellet imports

The UK has long been Europe’s leading wood pellet importer, driven by UK utility Drax’s appetite for biomass. But last week the UK voted to leave the EU, throwing up clouds of uncertainty for the market, raising questions around the implications for commodities, policy and trade. >> Learn More…


Quebec gas supplier converting biomass

The process to turn biomass into natural gas has been demonstrated over the last several months and is now ready to be tested in a larger pilot project that will produce greater volumes. >> Read full article

Tool shows impact of Brexit on pellet exporters

FutureMetrics has created a dashboard to help the industrial pellet sector determine how devaluation of the British pound relative to the Canadian dollar affects the pellet supply chain. >> Read full article

BC district energy plant diverts landfill

Corix Multi-Utility Services Inc. has signed an agreement with Simon Fraser University (SFU) to expand the existing district energy utility and move forward with a proposed Central Energy Plant on Burnaby Mountain in B.C. >> Read full article

 Event Calendar 

Webinar: Dust Explosion Mitigation III - Managing the liability

July 27, 2016 >> More Info

Advanced Biofuels Course

September 6, 2016
Location: Online >> More Info

Platts Kingsman Miami Sugar and Biofuels Conference

September 12, 2016
Location Miami >> More Info