Tuesday, 24 July 2012 11:44

A drop in demand for woody biomass in the US

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A drop in demand for woody biomass in the US reduced biomass prices in the South, Northeast and the West during the 2Q/12, reports the North American Wood Fiber Review

Prices for mill and forest biomass fell in most major consuming regions of the US in the 2Q/12, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review. The main reason for the declining prices is the continued fall of natural gas prices to levels not seen in ten years

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The North American Wood Fiber Review has tracked wood fiber markets in the US and Canada for over 20 years and it is the only publication that includes prices for sawlogs, pulpwood, wood chips and biomass in North America. The 36-page quarterly reportincludes wood market updates for 15 regions on the continent in addition to the latestexport statistics for sawlogs, wood pellets and wood chips.  

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Wood Resources International LLC
Hakan Ekstrom
www.woodprices.com
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