CBC News covers the Licella Pulp Joint Venture.

    “One of the world’s largest logging companies is looking to get into the oil business.

    Canfor is in the early phases of developing what would be the first ever commercial-scale biocrude oil plant. The logging company is looking to convert wood waste from its pulp mills into mass quantities of crude oil at a new facility in Prince George.

    “In the next few years we’ll be announcing a project and building a real facility that will produce upwards of 400,000 barrels of oil a year,” said Bret Robinson, president of Canfor Pulp.

    The impending project comes after Canfor formed a joint venture with Australian biofuel production start-up Licella to explore the economic possibilities for large-scale biocrude production plants.”

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