Katie Schroeder

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Katie Schroeder is a staff writer for Pellet Mill Magazine, Biomass Magazine, Biodiesel Magazine and Ethanol Producer Magazine.

Latest Articles

Jan 18, 2024

Restore and Revive

Located across the road from a pellet plant, a new biochar facility is under construction in Virginia—the carbon credits of which have been purchased by Microsoft.

At the inaugural North American SAF Conference & Expo, panelists discussed opportunities, risks and challenges regarding feedstock for the momentous SAF industry.

From the forest to the sea, a NIU professor is researching the possibility of building the world's first biomass pipeline, an idea with revolutionary potential for the future of biomass transportation. Throughout the years, transportation of large and consistent feedstock has been a limiting factor to biomass’ ability to replace fossil fuels. Mahdi Vaezi, associate professor at Northern Illinois University, has an innovative solution to this problem: hydro-transport of biomass, such as wood chips, wheat straw and sawdust, via pipeline. Now, he and his team are researching what it would take to make the world’s first biomass pipeline a reality.

Enviva is expanding into new markets, furthering its mission of decarbonization via sustainable woody biomass.

A Colorado wood product company has implemented heating pellet production to make use of its process waste. Southwest Colorado is home to a new pellet facility. In the small mountain town of Mancos, which is dubbed the “Gateway to Mesa Verde” due to its proximity to the national park, construction of the plant was ultimately prompted by COVID-19.

From biomass power to sustainable aviation fuel, decarbonization was a main theme at the 16th annual International Biomass Conference & Expo.

Jan 16, 2023

Filling The Gap

Nearly a year after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Biomass Magazine examines the impact this event has had on global pellet markets, particularly in Europe.

A new study demonstrates the British Columbia wood pellet sector's responsible care for forests and communities.

Novo BioPower CEO Brad Worsley describes the impact the family-owned biomass power plant has on the health of Arizona's ponderosa pine forests.

In a bid to further reduce its carbon footprint, Drax Group is working with MOL Drybulk to deploy environmentally friendly bulk carriers.

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