Canadian Biomass Magazine

Dynamotive to restart bio-oil production

September 30, 2010
By Dynamotive Energy Systems Corp.


Dynamotive to restart bio-oil production
Dynamotive Energy Systems Corporation plans to restart operations at its pyrolysis oil plant in Guelph, Ontario.

Sept. 30,
2010 – According to a press release from Dynamotive Energy Systems Corporation,
the company plans to restart operations at its 200-tonne/day dry-input-capacity
bio-oil plant in Guelph, Ontario, in the fourth quarter of 2010. The Guelph
pyrolysis plant was constructed using modules that minimize on-site activities
and allow for rapid deployment. It comprises eight fully assembled modules and,
when fully operational, will process 66,000 dry tonnes/year of biomass, with an
energy output equivalent to 130,000 barrels of oil. The plant incorporated the
latest technology and innovations when it was built in 2007–2008. In support of
the restart, Dynamotive has commenced a program to secure biomass for the plant
in the Ontario market.

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