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Meadow Lake Bioenergy Centre taking off
Engineers are designing the $150 million Meadow Lake Bioenergy Centre that will be built on 10 acres of land at Norsask Forest Products east of Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan. The site will be prepared this summer and the majority of construction done in 2013.
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Mustus, Lockheed Martin build Alberta plant
Mustus Energy Ltd. will work with Lockheed Martin to build a 41.5-megawatt biomass power plant in La Crete, a forest community in northern Alberta, and aims to provide enough power for over 30,000 homes.
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Primus makes green gasoline from biomass
Primus Green Energy Ltd. has announced that it has produced its first sample of renewable drop-in gasoline through a combination of biomass conversion technologies that transforms herbaceous and woody biomass, in conjunction with natural gas, into high-octane gasoline.
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Plenary speakers announced for BIO’s 9th World Congress
The official schedule of plenary speakers and their topics, ranging from how to best promote the boom of biotechnology to the future of biocatalysis, has been released for the 2012 World Congress on Biotechnology and Bioprocessing.
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BinMaster’s MultiBob measures bin space
BinMaster has released a new way to track how full single bin, tank, silo or flat storage warehouses that contain powders, granulars or bulk solid materials are, thanks to its use of multiple SmartBob sensors.
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