Drax Group Allies With Molpus Woodlands
Wood Bioenergy Magazine
by Brad
3d ago
Drax Group Allies With Molpus Woodlands Carbon removals and renewable energy company Drax Group has partnered with Mississippi-based Molpus Woodlands Group in an agreement that will provide Drax with an option to purchase sustainably sourced woody biomass to fuel its bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) operations in the U.S. Southeast. Drax will have the option to take up to 1 million green tons per year of sustainably sourced fiber under a long-term fiber supply agreement. This supply will anchor Drax’s BECCS developments in the region, which will generate renewable baseload ..read more
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Georgia Ports Continues Container Expansion
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by Brad
3d ago
Georgia Ports Continues Container Expansion Georgia Ports Authority approved contracts totaling $65.6 million for container yard work at the Port of Savannah’s Ocean Terminal, a 200-acre facility just downriver from GPA’s main container port. The board approved three project components, including earth compacting to prepare the site to hold container stacks, removal of a former bridge pier and preliminary utility installation behind the wharf structure. The work will be funded through revenue bonds GPA issued in 2022. Previously approved upgrades at Ocean Terminal include the purchase of eig ..read more
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April 2024
Wood Bioenergy Magazine
by Brad
2w ago
April 2024 Subscribe Today Inside this issue FROM THE EDITORS Wow, It Was A Good Time COVER STORY Wood Bio Conference Sets The Pace IN THE NEWS Enviva Proceeds Into Chapter 11 Alabama Funds TIMBER Project Biomass Power Assn. Has New Name Drax Allies With Molpus Biomass Innovations Asia Set May 13-15 AFC Mural joins Alabama Mural Trail DRYER ISLAND Baker-Rullman Bid Group Büttner Energie- Und Trocknungstechnik Dryer One Evergreen Engineering Fagus Grecon Hurst Lundelltech Mide-South Engineering Mühlböck PDI Sick Stela Drying Technology TSI USNR ATTENDEES SHOW UP TO PROG ..read more
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Michigan Rejects Biomass Plant Closure Request
Wood Bioenergy Magazine
by Brad
2w ago
Michigan Rejects Biomass Plant Closure Request The Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) recently rejected requests by Consumers Energy to end contracts and close two wood-fired biomass power plants in Cadillac and Lincoln, Mich. The company was looking to close the plants at the end of May 2024, while the contracts were set to expire in 2027 and 2028. Consumers Energy was seeking to replace the plants with two solar projects, claiming the two biomass plants were too expensive for consumers and unprofitable. The MPSC found that canceling the contracts early didn’t consider the state’s br ..read more
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Staying Focused: Fram Fuels’ Harold Arnold Leads Off Wood Bio Conference Presentations
Wood Bioenergy Magazine
by Brad
2w ago
Staying Focused: Fram Fuels’ Harold Arnold Leads Off Wood Bio Conference Presentations Great wood energy presentations and great food functions dominated the eighth Wood Bioenergy Conference & Expo held March 12-13 in the Grand Ballroom North of the Omni Atlanta Hotel at Centennial Park. More than 200 people participated in the conference, which included presentations from 22 experts and showcased 50 technology and supply exhibits. “I believe the depth and range of the presentations was the best we’ve ever had,” comments Rich Donnell, Co-Chairman of the event and Editor-in-Chief of W ..read more
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Strategic Biofuels Partners With Sumitomo Corp.
Wood Bioenergy Magazine
by siteEditor
3w ago
Strategic Biofuels Partners With Sumitomo Corp. Strategic Biofuels, which seeks to be a leader in developing negative carbon footprint renewable fuel plants, and Sumitomo Corp. of Americas (SCOA), a subsidiary of Sumitomo Corp., a leading global trading and business investment company dedicated to sustainability, have entered into a Joint Development Agreement for the Louisiana Green Fuels (LGF) project at the Port of Columbia in Caldwell Parish, La. SCOA will take an anchor position and lead the formation of a Japanese-based investment consortium aimed at funding the majority of ..read more
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Biomass Innovations Asia Set For May 13-15
Wood Bioenergy Magazine
by siteEditor
3w ago
Biomass Innovations Asia Set For May 13-15 Biomass Innovations Asia 2024, encompassing the Biofuels & Biocarbon conference May 13-14 and the 14th Biomass Pellets Trade and Power conference May 14-15, will be held in Tokyo, Japan.        Asia’s foremost gathering for biomass and biofuel stakeholders brings together key industry and commercial leaders, including biomass pellet producers, agricultural residues suppliers, biofuel and feedstock providers, as well as traders and users in aviation, shipping, power utilities and heavy industries.     ..read more
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MoistTech IR3000-W Series Sensors
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1M ago
MoistTech IR3000-W Series Sensors MoistTech Corp.’s IR3000-W series moisture sensors feature cutting-edge NIR (near-infrared) technology achieves unparalleled accuracy, delivering true, repeatable results year after year with little or no maintenance—just accurate and reliable moisture analysis of wood products, including those used in bioenergy production. The amount of moisture in wood products is a critical concern of the forest industry because excess moisture can have a large impact on final product quality, production, and energy efficiency. In addition, the IR3000-W reduces fire and e ..read more
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February 2024
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by siteEditor
2M ago
February 2024 Subscribe Today Inside this issue FROM THE EDITORS A Closing Door Opens Another COVER STORY Cogen Makes Sense For Colorado Sawmill IN THE NEWS Bandit Names Davis CEO/President Peak Renewables Proceeds With Project Weyerhaeuser Does Carbon Credit Sale FPIC At La Tech Receives Donation Endowment Welcomes New Board Members Graanul Invest Names Director of Sales Biden Focuses On Old-Growth RENOVA Announces Start of Operations GA Ports Approves Inland Rail Terminal Top Wood Jobs Changes Ownership SPI names Hoover VP of Resources Wood Bio Conference 'Energy That Works ..read more
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New From Bandit: HM6420 Hammermill Grinder
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2M ago
New From Bandit: HM6420 Hammermill Grinder This highly productive 40 in. capacity grinder is designed and manufactured to be an alternative solution for those grinding applications that may contain contaminants. A Caterpillar C32, 1,200 HP engine provides ample torque and horsepower for optimal machine performance and productivity. The heart of the HM6420 is a 50 in. x 66 in. wide hammermill. The heavy-duty mill features a 1.75 in. drum skin custom formed from rolled plate. The mill is supported by a 7 in. main shaft constructed of alloy steel that has been ultrasonic tested. Each pocket wi ..read more
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