Top Cdn. BE: Biochar in Alberta

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January 28, 2019,

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The future of wood waste. Prairie Creek Energy Services’ Air Curtain Carbonizer is a closed loop, carbon capture waste (or biomass) elimination system. It operates on advanced principles and processes to be the most cost-effective, environment-friendly, portable wood waste combustion systems on the market... by Prairie Creek Energy Services.

Jan. 23, 2019 – Three First Nations in Northern BC are getting a cash injection from the federal government to support biomass and forestry projects.  Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources Amarjeet Sohi announced today a total investment of $589,629 for the three projects… by Maria Church.

While 320 hectares of land near Enterprise, N.W.T. remains covered in snow, the CEO of a proposed multimillion-dollar wood pellet plant is growing increasingly frustrated by the most recent delay in a series of setbacks preventing the company from beginning construction… by Kristen Murphy.

Benefuel, a company seeking to build a biodiesel refinery in Sarnia, has secured a site at the Arlanxeo bio-industrial park on Vidal Street. Benefuel has been looking at Sarnia as the potential site for a plant capable of producing 75 million litres of biodiesel a year… by Paul Morden.

Pellet producer Pacific BioEnergy Corporation said Monday it has landed two new long-term supply contracts with Japanese power producers. The company will be supplying a combined 170,000 metric tonnes per year to them by 2022 for two newly-built biomass power plants. The contracts will last until 2030 and 2035 respectively and will be intermediated through Sumitomo Corporation, PacBio’s 48-per-cent shareholder and marketing partner... by Prince George Citizen.