Enviva Reports On New Pellet Projects

Enviva reports that civil work continues at the new wood pellet production plant project in Lucedale, Miss. and at the new deep-water marine terminal in Pascagoula, Miss. Enviva expects the construction of the Lucedale plant and the Pacagoula terminal to be completed during mid-year 2021.

Enviva also reports it expects to make a final decision on developing a new wood pellet production plant in Epes, Ala. around the end of this year. The company continues to evaluate additional sites for wood pellet production plants in Alabama and Mississippi, the production of which would be exported through the Pascagoula terminal.

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