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November 2015

Southern Research Station: Increasing Our Knowledge Of Woody Biomass Harvesting

U.S. Forest Service research helped the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests move forward in implementing a new forest plan by setting up studies to address stakeholder concerns about the effects of harvesting for biomass feedstocks. The Lower Cowpasture Restoration and Management Project proposed for the Warm Springs Ranger District and the George Washington and […]

Lawsuits, Questions, Accusations Embroil Colorado Biomass Plant

It was 4:20 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014, and David Graham was adjusting the water flow to the cooling towers at the biomass plant in Gypsum. He thought he saw flames reflected in the windshield of a silver Dodge Ram pickup truck. When he turned, he saw he was right. The conveyor belt that delivers […]

Joule And Red Rock Biofuels Announce Intent To Merge

Joule, the pioneer of liquid fuels from recycled CO2, and Red Rock Biofuels, a leading developer of renewable jet and diesel fuel bio-refineries, today announced their intent to merge. Red Rock adds a proven technology pathway to Joule’s own Helioculture technology and strengthens Joule’s platform for global supply of carbon neutral fuels. The transaction is […]

NWTF Awarded Biomass Enterprise Grant By Arizona State Forestry

In conjunction with National Bioenergy Day, Arizona State Forestry is happy to announce that the National Wild Turkey Federation has been awarded a Biomass Enterprise Grant. The grant will be used to produce an engineering feasibility analysis to add heat recovery capability to a wood biochar pryrolosis production unit in Safford, Arizona. The woody biomass […]

Drax To Withdraw, But Project Continues

From: Wood Bioenergy Staff Drax announced that while it remained committed to fulfilling its current work on a Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) feasibility and technology development project (FEED), it would not be investing further and will withdraw as a partner of Capture Power Ltd, the developer of the White Rose CCS project at the […]

North Carolina Wood Pellet Plant Proposal Draws Concern

Proposals to expand the wood pellet industry in the county could generate millions of dollars and some new jobs. But at what cost, some in the county are wondering. On Tuesday, the Community of Lake James Inc. is hosting a meeting for the public to discuss the implications a possible wood pellet plant in Burke […]

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