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Carbon capture plans die out in Alberta
The great hope of the oil patch seems to be fizzling out. It appears that all three companies involved in a carbon capture plan in Alberta have dropped out, leaving the plan with little hope of recovering.
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Canfor’s $40 million investment includes bioenergy
Canfor Corp’s recently announced that the company will be proceeding with capital improvement projects totalling approximately $40 million in its sawmill facilities in the Kootenay region of British Columbia. Biomass energy is front and centre.
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BC sawmill explosions draw political attention
After the two explosions at sawmills in BC within the last three months, WorkSafeBC has ordered immediate investigations into sawdust levels and other possible hazards to determine what could have caused these unfortunate accidents and if they can be prevented.
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Italy a growing market for bagged pellets?
Forty-eight percent of Italy’s energy is used for heat and the country aims to have 17% of that from renewable sources by 2020, up from 6.5% in 2010.
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Perception is reality
Is biomass getting a fair shake in the public energy debate, or is it being unfairly compared to the ideal fuel that does not yet exist?
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