About Woodland
 
 
 
 
Ontario invested more than $5 million to help Woodland and its partners build a groundbreaking demonstration plant that will efficiently produce cellulosic ethanol from renewable wastes.More...

 

The key benefits associated with Woodland's Catalyzed Pressure ReductionTM ("CPRTM") technology include:

Sarnia, Ontario - Demonstration Plant


The Company has completed construction of its Sarnia, Ontario demonstration plant.  Operations are underway.

 

Picture of large demonstration plant

 

In parallel with the demonstration plant project, the Company is advancing opportunities in North America for commerical scale plants.

 

 

  • "...the bulk of new biofuel production needs to come from advanced biofuels (algae, cellulosic)."

    The International Energy Association
    April 2011
  • "The Saudi assistant petroleum minister had expressed concern that Saudis could be "greened out" of the U.S. fuel market by biofuels like ethanol."

    James Smith
    U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, 2010.
  • "...this legislation would also ensure progress made to commercialize advanced ethanol technologies utilizing new feedstocks... is accelerated."

    The American Coalition for Ethanol, Growth Energy, the National Corn Growers Association, and the Renewable Fuels Association
    May 2011
  • "...what would happen to US gasoline prices if ethanol production came to an immediate halt. Under a very wide range of parameters, the estimated gasoline price increase would be of historic proportions, ranging from 41% to 92%."

    Center for Agricultural and Rural Development Iowa State University
    April 2011
  • "Another substitute for oil that holds tremendous promise is renewable biofuels...made from things like switchgrass, wood chips, and biomass."

    President Obama
    March 2011
  • "I'm a big supporter of biofuels. But one of the things that's become clear is, is that we need to accelerate our basic research in ethanol and other biofuels that are made from things like woodchips..."

    President Obama
    July 2011