Perth-based Renewable.bio is seeking expressions of interest for the supply of 100,000GMT of hardwood biomass on an FOB basis at suitable Australasian ports in 20,000 to 40,000GMT lots. In particular it is looking for fire affected and low-grade timber. Source: Timberbiz
The biomass must be PEFC or FSC certified and meet certain technical (analysis) and physical (sizing) requirements.
Delivery is subject to negotiation over Q3/Q4 2020.
A formal contract for the biomass supply is expected to be in place by 30 July 2020.
A formal request, material specification and anticipated schedule will be forwarded to interested parties. Registered companies will be placed on a supplier register for this and further future EOI’s and tenders.
Renewable.bio, an Australian bioenergy company, has been working with international energy companies to develop large scale demand for surplus and refuse hardwood timber for use as a renewable and sustainable energy source.
Fire affected and low-grade timber from managed forestry operations across Australia that can be certified as sustainable is an ideal source of material for energy use, and typically processed using standard harvesting and transport techniques to produce raw woody biomass.
Renewable.bio’s customers for this material require large scale multi-year contracts these are able to generate and sustain hundreds of jobs and provide secure and long-term employment throughout the Australian forestry industry.
Register interest by emailing [email protected]