Dynamotive to ship more bio-oil
November 18, 2009
By Canadian Biomass
Nov. 18, 2009, Vancouver – Dynamotive Energy Systems has received a new order for bio-oil from a U.S.-based client.
Nov. 18, 2009, Vancouver –
Dynamotive Energy Systems has received a new order for bio-oil from a
U.S.-based client. The order for nine shipments of bio-oil, to be delivered
over a period of three months, has an estimated value of $130,000 and takes
planned deliveries from the plant to April 2010. The extension follows an
initial order for 18 shipments of bio-oil received earlier in the year. To
date, 50% of the shipments corresponding to the initial order have been
produced. The extension takes the total value of the contract to approximately
Dynamotive has disclosed
that it is in negotiations for deliveries beyond the current extension with the
client and that it has delivered sample shipments of bio-oil and char to other
potential buyers in continuation of its marketing efforts.
The West Lorne, Ontario,
plant operated dry biomass input capacities of 100 tonnes/day (more than 75% of
nominal capacity) and peak feed rates of 116.8 tonnes/day (90% of nominal
capacity) for a number of days. This plant is capable of processing up to 130
tonnes/day of biomass.
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