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September 2015

Indeck Energy Wood Pellets Qualify For PFI Standards Program

Indeck Ladysmith, LLC, manufacturer of Indeck Energy Premium Wood Pellets, recently announced its qualification to the Pellet Fuels Institute (PFI) Standards Program. As a program participant, the company can proudly display the PFI Quality Mark on Indeck Energy Premium Wood Pellet Fuel bags. “Producing consistent quality premium wood pellet fuel has always been and will […]

Lignetics Acquires Maine Wood Pellet Plant

Lignetics, Inc. recently announced the acquisition of the assets of GF Funding LLC (whose facility was formerly known as Geneva Wood Fuels), expanding its footprint into Maine and upper New England. Lignetics is the largest residential wood pellet manufacturing company in the U.S. which now has a production capacity of approximately 550,000 tons of wood […]

Wood Pellets Market To Expand To $20 Billion By 2023

The production of wood pellets has seen a spike in recent years, thanks to their attributes such as high energy density and ease of production/supply. These qualities of wood pellets have gained significance in the backdrop of tighter emission control norms. Based on these trends, it is expected that the global wood pellets market will […]

Arizona State Forestry Seeking Proposals For Wood-To-Energy Projects

Forests and woodlands across the state of Arizona are in need of market development opportunities to facilitate on-the-ground restoration activities. Arizona State Forestry and the USDA Forest Service are committed to advancing the installation of commercially viable wood energy systems in the public and private applications that use woody biomass generated from public lands and […]

New Tech Turns Forestry Waste Into Renewable Natural Gas

A new technology for converting forestry waste into renewable natural gas will be demonstrated for the first time ever Sept. 14 in Auburn. The process, developed by Canadian firm G4 Insights, converts scraps and small trees from forest thinning projects into a renewable natural gas called biomethane. In its first public demonstration, G4 will exhibit […]

Montana Tribes Part Of Renewable Energy Work

Leftover tree parts from logging operations usually end up as piles of useless ash, but academic researchers and tribal forestry officials hope that recent projects will result in less waste and a possible energy market for local forest products. Alaska Airlines hopes to fly a jet with biofuels produced by processing trees from the Flathead […]

Arkansas’ Highland Pellets Orders Astec Production Line

From: Wood Bioenergy Editors Astec Industries, Inc. has entered into an agreement and received a related down payment to build, deliver and install the first production line of a new turnkey wood pellet production facility for Highland Pellets, LLC at Pine Bluff, Ark. The $30 million agreement with Highland Pellets includes the option to add […]

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