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Enviva Announces New Japanese And European Contracts

Enviva Partners has reported its financial results for the second quarter 2018, and announced two major contracts in Europe and Japan. The company has reported net second quarter revenue of $132.1 million, a 3.6% or $4.6 million increase year on year with the second quarter 2017. Enviva has also announced a new 180,000 metric ton […]

Environmental Activist Fund Takes $20 Million Stake In Enviva

Bloomberg is reporting that ValueAct Capital Management has bought $20 million (€16.7 million) in Enviva shares. Enviva’s market capitalization is around $772 million (€647.6 million). The deal was made through the hedge fund’s socially and environmentally focused ValueAct Spring Fund. The fund has previously invested in the power generator AES and education company Strayer Education. […]

Wood Pellet Production Inching Toward Chesapeake Bay Watershed

A growing industry that’s harvesting woody biomass from forests for energy generation could gain a toehold soon in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Like virtually every other form of energy, it’s also generating intense debate about its environmental impact. Biomass from trees is already used to generate a small amount of power in the United States; […]

Report: Is Woody Biomass A Carbon Neutral Energy Source?

With climate commitments looming, the European Union has mandated that 20 percent of its energy come from renewable sources by 2020. As such, many electricity producers are fueling their boilers with woody biomass, typically harvested from forests and non-forest sources like mill waste and construction debris, and then compressed into dense pellets for burning. It’s […]

Enviva Acquires Virginia Wood Pellet Plant For $131 Million

Biomass producer Enviva Partners LP has acquired the fully-contracted Southampton County, Virginia plant for $131 million. Acquired from Enviva’s sponsor’s joint venture with affiliates of John Hancock Life Insurance Co., the Southampton plant has an annual pellet production capacity of 510,000 metric tons. The purchase was financed with $36.5 million in debt, $15.0 million in […]

Overseas Money Boosts Southern U.S. Biomass Industry

Southern forests are drawing uncounted millions of dollars in foreign spending to help utilities overseas meet carbon-emission rules that this country is still debating as tools to limit climate change. What those rules will mean for the environment is in dispute, and will doubtless be contested again based on findings the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate […]

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