A member of IBTC announces the successful trial of over one thousand tonnes of renewable black pellets.
As reported in Bioenergy International this month, Swedish-headed steel producer SSAB has disclosed test results revealing the usage of biocoal in the blast furnace at their SSAB Brahestad steelworks in Finland. Tests show that up to a 10% of biocoal blend is possible, which would reduce fossil carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 100,000 tonnes a year. Click here to read the full article
With the occasion of the 10th Biomass pellets Trade & Power event, IBTC organized a cocktail reception on ‘Biomass Torrefaction Initiatives and Projects in Implementation’ in Tokyo on the on the past 13th of May. During this reception a group of companies, as market leaders on torrefaction technology presented their current projects and market offer. To help you discover more … Read More
Clean Electricity Generation (CEG) is pleased to announce the successful delivery of CEG BioCoal pellets for the first of its 2019 program of customer trials. Sustainably-sourced CEG BioCoal pellets are a renewable biomass drop-in replacement for fossil coal. The 2019 program of customer trials is in support of Baltania, a planned commercial-scale CEG BioCoal pellet production plant in Estonia. … Read More
Pegged as the ‘Global Biomass Buyer-Supplier Meet’, CMT’s 10th Biomass Pellets Trade & Power, 13-16 May, 2019 – Tokyo, JAPAN will connect executives of wood pellet, wood chip and agricultural biomass (e.g. Palm Oil, etc) producers & traders, power utilities, and technology providers We will be welcoming delegates from among the Wood Pellets & Wood Chips Producers & … Read More
Biofuels Digest just published IBTC President Michael Wild’s presentation at ABLC Global 2018 in San Francisco, during which he delivered an overview of biomass torrefaction’s status, market requirements, and supply chain efficiency comparison. See the presentation >>
Valongo, 11 December 2018 – Portuguese bioenergy start-up Futerra Torrefaçao e Tecnologia S.A. (Futerra Fuels) has started the construction of their first commercial scale torrefied pellet production plant in Valongo, Portugal. The plant will have an annual production capacity of 120.000 tons of torrefied pellets and 55.000 tons of regular industrial wood pellets per year. According to Henk Hutting, chairman … Read More
Baltania OÜ has awarded Pöyry with an assignment for Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM) services for the new Torrefied Pellet Plant project in Vägari, Estonia. The assignment includes project management, basic engineering, procurement and site supervision services. Read the full article .
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