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Metso to supply Finland’s largest pellet plant
Metso will supply a pellet-fired heating plant to Tampereen Energiantuotanto Oy in the city of Tampere in Finland. The plant will comprise a full-scope turn-key boiler plant solution, including all the necessary equipment and commissioning.
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Western Canadian boreal no longer a sink?
According to an article on Physorg, the boreal forests of Western Canada may no longer be acting as carbon sinks. Based on a report by researchers from Quebec and China, the article suggests long-term drought conditions may be the cause.
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IBCE 2012 starts booking exhibitors

Biomass service and equipment suppliers are starting to book space at the International Bioenergy Conference & Exhibition in Prince George, B.C., June 13-15, where over 52 companies will participate. Early adopters include Bandit Industries, Buhler, Buettner, Wellons, UNBC, MP Combustion, Conifex, BC Hydro, Altentech Power, Andritz, LSJ Publications, Cogent, and Canadian Biomass. See regular updates here.

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BC Bioenergy Network funds waste plant
The BC Bioenergy Network has announced a $1.5-million grant that will be awarded to Fraser Richmond Soil and Fibre to support the development of a waste to energy plant, according to an article in Biomass Power and Thermal.
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Forest data yields better analysis of forests
According to an article published in Forbes, forestry research on carbon sequestering shows significant data. In the study, different forests were analyzed for their ability to sequester carbon, and used to predict what would happen if they disappeared.
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Bulk shipping rates to stay low?
According to a report in Argus Media, the Baltic Exchange Dry Index fell to 662 points last week, to the lowest level in 26 years, after falling every day since Dec. 12 last year. This points to sustained lower bulk shipping rates for things like wood pellets.
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