Latest Biomass Blogs

February 05, 2016

A Call For Columnists

BY Anna SimetHave a great idea for content, or a message to share? I want to hear about it. READ MORE

February 02, 2016

Please Help: Important Industry Survey

BY Tim PortzPellet Mill Magazine has launched its first survey of 2016. The survey, open to producers only, will seek to illuminate the impact of low fuel oil prices on production, feedstock procurement and plant staffing across teh industry. READ MORE

January 29, 2016

Calling On Pellet Producers

BY Anna SimetPellet Mill Magazine is conducting a survey to find out how the warmer winter and low fuel oil prices are affecting the industry. READ MORE

January 22, 2016

Clean Power Plan Stays…For Now

BY Anna SimetAnother attempt to quash the Clean Power Plan bites the dust—for the time being. READ MORE

January 19, 2016

EPH Is on Our Radar

BY Tim PortzAfter a purchase and convert strategy for Eggborough failed for Czech utility EPH, the company tries the strategy again at Lynemouth and has the full attention of the wood pellet industry as a result, or should. READ MORE

January 15, 2016

The Fall Continues

BY Anna SimetJust over a month ago, I wrote a blog on how oil had dipped below $36 per barrel, and speculated a little on its implications to the wood pellet and wood-using energy industries. READ MORE

January 08, 2016

California’s Biomass Debacle, Part 3

BY Anna SimetCalifornia’s biomass industry is experiencing tough times, and we’ve been following it for quite some time. READ MORE

January 05, 2016

Five Questions for 2016

BY Tim PortzIn the first installment of Ash Content in 2016, Executive Editor Tim Portz offers a short list of the developments he'll be watching closely in the year to come. READ MORE

December 31, 2015

Oh The Wonders Of Science

BY Anna SimetAnimal waste is often used as a biomass feedstock, so what about human waste? READ MORE

December 23, 2015

Marching into Development & Construction

BY Anna SimetI write this blog fresh off of the March Biomass Magazine planning meeting. The theme that month is project development and plant construction, one of my favorite themes, and arguably one of the most important issues of the year. READ MORE

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