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The Southeast U.S. recently passed British Columbia to become the world’s largest wood pellet exporting region. Russian production is also growing rapidly. Unless the fibre supply situation improves for B.C.’s pellet producers, the province will soon slip into third place behind Russia and possibly even fourth place behind the Baltic countries.

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The carbon debt issue surrounding Europe's use of North American biomass is not an issue according to findings published in a report released by the European biomass association AEBIOM, the Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC), and the US Industrial Pellet Association (USIPA).

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Wood pellet producers in Canada now have access to ENplus and CANplus certification through WPAC, with one BC pellet producer already certified.

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The English version of a Swedish handbook on silo fires is currently available, and according to WPAC's Staffan Melin along with a health and safety handbook from IEA will serve as a stepping stone for developing new international safety standards for pellets. 

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The Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC) has released a position paper outlining the historical growth and significance of BC's wood pellet sector, and detailing the changes needed to BC's fibre allocation regime if the sector is to remain competitive.

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