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Xebec announces LOI for Canadian landfill to RNG project

“We’re excited to be working on another landfill project with a new customer in the waste management industry. This LOI marks a step in the right direction as we provide a complete ‘flange to flange’ solution,” said Prabhu Rao, Ph.D., Xebec’s COO.

Fink Machine to distribute Schmid Energy Solutions boilers in Canada

“The addition of the Schmid boilers to our portfolio will allow us to help clients that we have been unable to serve,” said Burkhard Fink, owner of Fink Machine Inc.

Demand for wood pellets helps keep Port of Prince Rupert cargo volumes strong

Overall, the Port of Prince Rupert’s cargo volume is up nine per cent with 12,615,661 tonnes of cargo handled year-to-date. With strong demand for wood pellets, Westview Terminal is experiencing growth of 24 per cent year-to-date.

UK government announces support for Velocys waste-to-jet-fuel project

Velocys’ Altalto waste-to-jet fuel facility has received additional funding from the UK government and formally received planning permission. It could be producing sustainable aviation fuel on a commercial scale within a few years.

ESL Shipping first in Finland to use 100% renewable liquefied biogas

ESL Shipping’s vessel m/s Viikki was fueled in Raahe, Finland with 100 per cent renewable liquefied biogas (LBG) to transport iron ore for the Swedish steel company SSAB. LBG reduces greenhouse gas emissions by up to 85 per cent compared to fossil fuels.
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Pinnacle breaks record for largest load of wood pellets shipped from Canada

On May 29, Pinnacle Renewable Energy set a new record for the largest load of wood pellets ever shipped from Canada when the Panamax-class vessel MV Siboney M departed the Port of Prince Rupert, B.C., with 63,601 tonnes of wood pellets bound for the UK. » Read more...

Canadian Bioeconomy Conference to host first online panel discussion

The webinar, “Back and Better with the Bioeconomy” will be held on June 25, featuring the Honourable Doug Donaldson, Canada Research chair Warren Mabee, Mercer International vice-president Brian Merwin, and B.C. chief forester Diane Nicholls. » Read more...