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February 20, 2019

U of A researchers explore ways to optimize biochar

New research from scientists at the University of Alberta is demonstrating how biochar can be optimized for agriculture, water treatment or even carbon storage.

Global Bioenergies scales up production of cellulosic isobutene

Global Bioenergies is using a wheat straw hydrolysate to produce cellulosic isobutene at its Leuna demo plant in France, the first time to be done so at this scale.

WPAC: At home and abroad

Gordon Murray, Wood Pellet Association of Canada executive director, shares an update on the latest activities from the executive team, both at home and abroad.

AgriChemWhey builds first-of-a-kind dairy biorefinery in Ireland

AgriChemWhey is testing and proving the viability of converting agriculture and agri-food waste into sustainable lactic acid through innovative technology at a biorefinery in Ireland.

Biomass boiler market projected to grow $10B by 2024

The biomass boiler market is expected to exceed more than US$ 10 Billion by 2024; growing at a compound annual growth rate of more than 18 per cent.
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MSU algae research aims to simplify biofuel production process

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OptiPellet opens call for speakers on innovative technology

Are you a manufacturer or researcher offering an innovative optimization or automation solution that can help modernize pellet plant operations? We’re looking for speakers to present at the inaugural OptiPellet conference in June. » Read more...

Pursuing Added Value for Alberta Biomass

February 20-21, 2019
Location: Edmonton
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Argus Biomass Asia

March 5-7, 2019
Location: Singapore
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International Biomass Conference and Expo

March 18-20, 2019
Location: Savannah, Ga.
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