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February 5, 2019

Japan seeks to boost wood pellet imports from Canada

Japan seeks to boost wood pellet imports from Canada
Japan is studying the potential for a seismic increase in wood pellet imports from western Canada – especially from British Columbia.     The Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) has engaged the Japanese Coal Energy Center (JCOAL) to examine the business case for increasing wood pellet co-firing with coal from the current level of two per cent, up to 20 per cent, resulting in a potential annual demand of 30 million metric tonnes of wood pellets, worth some $6 billion a year. Japan prefers Canada as a supply source due to our country’s reputation ...

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