Woodville Gets New Life
The former bankrupt German Pellets industrial wood pellet facility in Woodville, Texas that was purchased by Estonia-based Graanul Invest Group in June 2019 now operates as Woodville Pellets.
Graanul Invest Group is the second largest pellet producer in the world and the largest in Europe. The group operates in the field of bioenergy and renewable energy production, forestry and biomaterials development.
Woodville Pellets LLC also has a pellet storage and shipping terminal in Port Arthur, Texas. The pellet plant has a production capacity of 496,000 tons per year. The operations are undergoing new project work.
Graanul Invest Group has 12 modern wood pellet mills throughout the world and company’s annual pellet production capacity is 2.98 million tons. The group also owns six combined heat and power plants that are biomass-based units.
Bandit Industries plans to build three new production facilities and expand an existing plant in 2022. That is in addition to four building expansions in 2021, one that is completed and three more that are currently under construction. When all are completed, Bandit’s manufacturing facilities will increase…
Drax Biomass donated $5,000 and essential water supplies to help evacuees in Northeastern Louisiana who were impacted by Hurricane Ida. The funds and supplies went to hurricane relief efforts driven by United Way of northeast Louisiana part of their “Embrace Louisiana” relief project.
A proposed 450,000 metric tons per year industrial wood pellet mill to be built in Adel, Ga. is still an active project with nearly all of the pieces—including financing, equipment selection and air quality permit—in place, and construction expected to begin at mid-year 2022, according to Craig Whitlock, founder and…
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