• Table of Contents | June 2013

  • June 2013 Wood Bioenergy Cover
  • From the Editors
    Industrial Pellets Booming
  • In the News
    Fulghum Fibres Sold
  • Register's Enterprises
    Producing 'Micro' Pellet Chips
  • Granulco Pellets
    Survives Downturn
  • General Electric
    Turning Pallets Into Fuel
  • Sawdust Utilization
    Planer Mill Diversifies
  • Torrefaction
    Andritz Drives New Projects
  • Product News
    Fuel Handling Solution

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Attracting enormous sums of capital, the wood-to-energy industry is developing rapidly. Scores of new wood bioenergy plants have been announced in North America and elsewhere, and despite a weak global economy, new projects continue to be revealed. As industrialized nations push alternative energy agendas, new technology and exciting possibilities are emerging.

Incredibly, new wood bioenergy plants in the U.S. South alone could require as much as 30 million tons of wood fiber by 2015, according to a study by Forest2Market.

This makes for a mixture of opportunities and challenges for forest landowners, established forest industry participants and new bioenergy players. Is there enough wood fiber available to meet old and new demands? How will the traditional supply chain be affected? How will new plants go about securing wood fiber? How will it be grown, harvested, transported and stored? Are technologies in the bioenergy plants evolving with greater efficiencies as production demand increases? Which electric utilities are committing to it?

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