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Canfor announces new plants in Fort St. John and Chetwynd

They’ll be constructed and operated in partnership with Pacific Bio-energy Corporation.

The two plants will have a combined annual production capacity of 175,000 tonnes of wood pellets, the sale of which is tied to a long term agreement with a power utility customer.

The total investment of $58 million will include electrical self-generation capacity of three megawatts supported through the B.C. Hydro Power Smart Load Displacement Program.

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The plants are scheduled to commence production in the third and fourth quarters of next year.

 

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