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NEWS HIGHLIGHT Alberta funds Otoka at Drayton Valley BioMile Scrap treetops and branches from forestry operations in Alberta will soon be converted to electricity at the Drayton Valley Energy Campus.
Oct. 23, 2009, Drayton Valley, AB – Scrap treetops and branches from forestry operations in Alberta will soon be converted to electricity at the Drayton Valley Energy Campus.
Oct. 23, 2009, Abilene, TX – Advanced Trailer is now involved in a third project to test its biomass-drying technology.
Faced with one tough year in the forest sector, the organizers of Wood Week 2009 wisely combined two key events and three sectors to allow the show to go on.
The Baldy Hughes site just outside Prince George, British Columbia, is the first certified therapeutic community and addiction treatment centre in Canada providing multi-phase residential addiction treatment and long-term recovery to British Columbians suffering from addiction disorders.
McKay Hodgson has seen a lot of changes in the logging industry since he first started in the business back in the mid-1960s.  And he is on the cusp of seeing a lot more.
Many of the world’s top bioenergy experts were in Vancouver in late August 2009 for the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Bioenergy conference.
Ontario is promoting more renewable electricity generation and conservation through the Green Energy Act. Biomass represents one renewable electricity option for the province.
Oct. 16, 2009, Nanaimo, BC - Two dozen pulp and paper companies across Canada have qualified for funding under the federal government’s $1-billion Pulp and Paper Green Transformation Program.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Canadian black liquor credits allocated Two dozen pulp and paper companies across Canada have qualified for funding under the federal government’s $ 1-billion Pulp and Paper Green Transformation Program.
Oct. 16, 2009 – British Columbia’s minister of forests and range, Pat Bell, responds to concerns that the U.S. Biomass Crop Assistance Program could subsidize U.S. forest companies. The Prince George Citizen reports.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Forests minister addresses U.S. subsidy concerns British Columbia’s minister of forests and range, Pat Bell, responds to concerns that the U.S. Biomass Crop Assistance Program could subsidize U.S. forest companies.
Oct. 16, 2009 - Members of the Canadian forest industry are concerned that U.S. forest companies could receive subsidies under the U.S. Biomass Crop Assistance Program. The Vancouver Sun reports.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Biomass crop subsidy raises concern in Canada Members of the Canadian forest industry are concerned that U.S. forest companies could receive subsidies under the U.S. Biomass Crop Assistance Program.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Coskata starts up small wood ethanol plant Coskata, a developer of next-generation biofuels, has successfully started its semi-commercial flex ethanol facility located in Madison, PA.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT 45 case studies of wood-to-energy systems The U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities has announced the completion of 45 case studies of “best-in-class” community-scale wood-to-energy systems selected from projects across Canada, Europe, and the United States.
Oct. 13, 2009, Seattle, WA – The global trade of wood chips is down 26% in 2009, as pulpmills reduce production worldwide, reports Wood Resources International.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Global trade of wood chips down in 2009 The global trade of wood chips is down 26 per cent in 2009, as pulpmills reduce production worldwide, reports Wood Resources International.
NEW PRODUCT Morbark launches conversion kit The new Morbark Quick Switch grinder-to-chipper conversion kit is now available commercially.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Enligna to expand NS wood-pellet production Wood pellet manufacturer Enligna Canada is expanding its production capabilities in Upper Musquodoboit, Nova Scotia, to meet international demands.

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