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T&D Wood Energy Plans Wood Pellet Mill In Maine

A company that plans to turn sawmill residue into wood pellets for heating fuel to be sold throughout New England is poised to establish itself in Sanford. The owners say they plan a 24/7 operation with as many as 25 employees. T & D Wood Energy, made up of the father-and-son team of Dean and […]

South Carolina Wood Pellet Mill Off The Table

An international energy corporation’s plan to build a wood pellet mill in Fairfield County suffered what might be a final blow to the fading project after months of opposition from area neighbors. A South Carolina business group bought the land where Abengoa Inc. had sought to locate the pellet mill, according to a local property […]

Why Some Wood Pellet Projects Fail To Perform As Expected

This white paper could be called “wood pellet making 101”. It highlights several critical areas in the process of converting wood to wood pellets. Making wood pellets appears to be a simple and straight forward process: Take wood chips or sawdust and dry the material to a specified moisture content, mill to a very small […]

PHI Group Completes Land Acquisition For Florida Wood Pellet Project

PHI Group, a U.S. public company engaged in energy and natural resources, announced today that the company has completed the acquisition of 10 acres of land from Klausner Holding, U.S.A., a Georgia corporation, for the Cornerstone Biomass Corporation 200,000 MT wood pellet project in Live Oak, Suwannee County, Florida. This parcel of land is adjacent […]

Conservation Groups Want Hearing On North Carolina Pellet Facility Plan

Eight conservation groups are calling for a public hearing and further environmental review of a proposal by Enviva LP to build wood pellet storage and export facilities at the Port of Wilmington. Enviva plans to build two concrete storage domes, rail and truck unloading stations and a ship loader/dock-conveyer system on land leased from the […]

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