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LignoTech South Africa (LignoTech) is an equal partnership joint venture between Sappi Southern Africa Limited (“Sappi”) and Borregaard AS of Norway (“Borregaard”).

The project to establish a biorefinery connected to Östrand’s pulp mill is proceeding according to plan.

(UPM, Helsinki, 4 October 2018 at 14:00 EET) - The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for UPM's possible Kotka Biorefinery in Finland has been completed and given to the authorities for their final conclusions.

Stora Enso is investing EUR 10 million in the making of bio-based carbon materials for energy storage at Sunila Mill in Finland. We talked with Lauri Lehtonen, Head of Innovation, Biomaterials, about this exciting innovation to replace fossil-based and mined raw materials with renewable solutions.

August 6, 2019 - Trois-Rivières, Quebec - When we invest in Canadian businesses, our economy grows and our communities benefit. That’s why the Government of Canada is investing in the development of innovative new technologies in Canada’s forest sector.

Metsä Group’s innovation company Metsä Spring Ltd has made an equity investment in Woodio Ltd, a leading developer of waterproof wood composite products.

BETHESDA, Md.-- Enviva Partners, LP, the world’s largest producer of wood pellets, which provide low-carbon, renewable power, issued a statement thanking the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) for their work to ensure that residents’ and other interested parties’ voices were heard during a month-long public comment period as well as at tonight’s public hearing held at the Northampton County High School.

Pinnacle Renewable Energy Inc.’s request to upgrade and expand production at its plant in Williams Lake was unanimously approved by city council at Tuesday’s regular meeting.

Researchers combine supercomputing with nano-imaging to reveal how to efficiently break down plant biomass and transform it into transportation fuels

Renewable biofuels and plywood offer solid solutions for green transport – without requiring costly investment in new cars or fuel distribution systems.

BC’s pulp and paper mills still use fossil fuels like oil and gas, producing greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to global warming.

The Appita Pan Pacific Fibre Value Chain Conference saw a full house with over 245 delegates from 17 different countries attending over the three days.

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