BioResource Management to provide biomass supply services to liquid fuel technology developer

BioResource Management, Inc. (BRM) announced that it has been awarded a long-term agreement with Verenium BioFuels Corporation, a Cambridge Massachusetts-based technology firm. BRM’s role will be to develop dedicated biomass crops for the implementation of Verenium’s cellulosic ethanol facilities being developed in Texas, Florida and Louisiana.  BRM was selected from a list of many national firms based on its experience in biomass development, processing and delivery. BioResource Management, Inc. is a Florida based company with experience since 1983 in analyzing, developing and facilitating biomass
feedstock supplies.  Its experience
includes operations throughout the US and internationally, including the
operation of facilities producing over 1.5 million tons of biomass per
year.  Past and current clients include
Fortune 500 companies, state and local governments, and technology start-up
companies.

BioResource Management part of team that receives $2.7 million renewable grant award

BioResource Management. Inc. (BRM) announced today that as a member of a research team it was awarded a Renewable Energy grant from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. As part of the Florida Biomass Energy Consortium (FBEC), a $2.7 million grant was awarded to help commercialize wood gasification technology at energy using industries in Florida. BRM’s role will be in analyzing, procuring and
delivering necessary biomass feedstock supplies for the project.  FBEC’s proposal was one of only seven proposals selected for funding, out of over 130 submitted applications.

BioResource Management selected to provide biomass feedstock services to cellulosic ethanol technology firm

BioResource Management, Inc. (BRM) announced today that it has been selected by Celunol Corporation to be its lead agricultural and biomass consultant for its ongoing development activities.  Celunol is developing liquid fuels technology, specifically cellulosic ethanol technology using innovative fermentation organisms and methods.
BRM’s role will be in developing dedicated biomass energy crops at projected site locations throughout the southeastern US and nationally.  BioResource Management, Inc. is a Florida based company with experience since 1983 in analyzing, developing and
facilitating biomass feedstock supplies.
Its experience includes operations throughout the US and
internationally, including the operation of facilities producing over 1.5
million tons of biomass per year.  Past
and current clients include Fortune 500 companies, state and local governments,
and technology start-up companies

BioResource Management enters agreement with largest national landowner for biomass development services

BioResource Management, Inc. (BRM) announced today that it has entered
into a long-term agreement with Plum Creek Timber Company, a Seattle-based
Fortune 500 company that is the largest private forest landowner in the world.
Under the terms of the agreement BRM will provide consulting and management
services related to Plum Creek’s developing efforts in bioenergy markets. “The
selection of BioResource Management for this agreement shows that Plum Creek
has confidence in our experience and our ability to examine the market
potential on a national level,”, says Richard Schroeder, President of BRM. “We
have been involved in biomass energy nationally for over twenty-five years, and
we can add both experience and resources to assist in fully utilizing the
potential of Plum Creek in the supply of biomass throughout the US.” Plum Creek currently owns or manages over 8 million acres of land in 24 states. BioResource Management, Inc. is a Florida based company with experience since 1983 in analyzing, developing and facilitating biomass feedstock supplies.  Its experience includes operations throughout the US and internationally, including the operation of facilities producing over 1.5 million tons of biomass per year.  Past and current clients include Fortune 500 companies, state and local governments, and technology start-up companies.