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Global Acceptance

With our ever-growing knowledge of climate change and a focus on reducing our collective carbon footprint, industrial wood pellets have become a compelling option within the renewable energy market. From their commercial inception in the 1980’s as a heating source in both residential and commercial structures, to their rapidly increasing adoption by global utilities and large-scale power generators as a renewable fuel to produce reliable baseload power, our high-quality industrial wood pellets have gained recognition from major customers around the world.

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Exporting Terminals

We provide bulk industrial-grade fuel pellets for clean biomass energy to customers in Europe, North America and Asia. Individual shipments may range from 40-tonne truckloads to 100-tonne railcars to 60,000-tonne Panamax ocean vessels.

We are focused on increasing our export capacity through terminals in two B.C. locations: Vancouver and Prince Rupert. We capably service both ports by producing pellets that meet European industrial specifications at our network of inter-connected mills in the heart of B.C.’s forests. All of our mills are connected by rail to either port, which adds significantly to our suppliability.

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Pellet Characteristics

Pellet Diameter

6mm

Pellet Length

5mm to 35mm

Moisture Content

<5%

Temperature

<50°(<120°F)

Califoric Value

>8GJ/t (4.7MWh/t)

Bulk Density

>675kg/m3 (42lbs/cu ft.)

Ash Content

<2%

Fines Content

<3%

Raw Material

Softwood residuals from operations using timber from certified forests.

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Our Locations

Pinnacle currently operates seven wood pellet production facilities throughout western Canada, and one production facility in Alabama. Pinnacle’s Canadian production facilities are all located on major rail lines allowing for efficient rail transport to one of two ocean shipping terminals on the B.C. coast: Pinnacle’s wholly-owned Westview terminal in Prince Rupert, and the Fibreco Terminal at the Port of Vancouver. The Alabama production facility utilizes inland waterways to cost-effectively transport pellets for ocean shipping via the Port of Mobile on the U.S. Gulf Coast.

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Western Canada
Southeastern United States