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Canfor Temporarily Curtailing BC Pulp Production (Ind. Report)
Canfor Pulp Products
Date: 2019-07-12
In British Columbia, Canada, Vancouver-based Canfor Pulp Products reports it will be implementing "phased summer curtailments" in July and August at its Intercontinental and Northwood (NBSK) pulp mills in Prince George, British Columbia (BC) -- due to a significant deterioration in market conditions, fibre supply constraints and higher fibre costs resulting from recent sawmill curtailments across the BC industry.

The curtailments will reduce Canfor Pulp's production output by approximately 75,000 tonnes of NBSK pulp. The Company intends to resume full production in September. (Source: Canfor Pulp Products, PR, 5 July, 2019) Contact: Canfor Pulp Products, (604) 661-5241, info@canfor.com, www.canfor.com

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Advanced Biofuels Canada Membership on the Rise (Ind. Report)
Advanced Biofuels Canada
Date: 2018-08-01
Vancouver-headquartered Advanced Biofuels Canada (ABFC) is reporting a significant expansion of its membership with the recent addition of: Canada Clean Fuels, Canfor Pulp, EcoEngineers and Honeywell UOP, an international leader in process technology, catalysts, adsorbents, process plants, and consulting services to the petroleum refining, petrochemical, and gas processing industries.

In May 2017, Ensyn Corporation, Iogen, LanzaTech, OPIS, Steeper Energy, and Targray joined ABFC. (Source: Advanced Biofuels Canada, PR, 31 July, 2018) Contact: Advanced Biofuels Canada, (604) 494-0040, info@advancedbiofuels.ca, www.advancedbiofuels.ca

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Sumitomo Takes Stake in Canadian Pacific Bioenergy (M&A)
Canfor, Sumitomo,Canadian Pacific Bioenergy
Date: 2017-08-14
Japanese Sumitomo reports it has acquired a minority 47.6 pct stake in Canadian Pacific Bioenergy (PBEC) which simultaneously purchased the 34 pct share in Pacific Bio-Energy Limited Partnership (PBLP) that was previously held by French Engie and thereby holds all the shares in the operator of the 350,000 tpy wood pellet works in Prince George , British Columbia. Financial and other details of the transaction were not released.

PBLP has operated two wood pellet works with a combined capacity 175,000 tpy in cooperation with Canfor Corp. of Vancouver, British Columbia, at Canfor's Chetwynd and Fort St. John saw-milling facilities since 2016. (Source: Sumitomo, EUWID, 14 Aug., 2017) Contact: Canadian Pacific Bioenergy, www.pacificbioenergy.ca; Canfor Pulp, Martin Pudlas, VP OPerations, Don Kayne, (604) 661-5241, info@canfor.com, www.canfor.com

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