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  • Pacific Northwest Wood-Based Biofuels: Preliminary Scoping (Vol. 1) 

    Laninga, T.; Olsen, K.; McIntyre, V.; Millman, S.; Potter, J.; Vachon, M.; Zhu, R. (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 3/1/2015 0)
    This report describes NARA's approach to evaluating a supply chain for the NARA region (ID, MT, OR, WA) to produce bio-jet fuel and co-products. The report also assesses the natural, physical, civic, economic and policy ...
  • Pacific Northwest Wood-Based Biofuels: Site Selection & Design 

    Olsen, Karl; Laninga, Tamara; Austin, Gary; Vachon, Michele (2016)
    This document presents Pacific Northwest supply chain estimates, case studies of specific sites within the PNW region, and conceptual master plans for consideration by stakeholders and communities as they search for ways ...
  • Western Montana Corridor: Executive Summary 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This summary highlights the major achievements of the western Montana Corridor supply chain work performed by the Integrated Design Experience (IDX) course and supervised by NARA.
  • Western Montana Corridor: Overview (Vol. 1) 

    Poor, C.; Olsen, K.; Beyreuther, T.; Wolcott, M.; Laninga, T.; Vachon, M.; Zhu, R. (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This volume provides a brief overview of the NARA supply chain study for the western Montana corridor region.
  • Western Montana Corridor: Regional Capacity (Vol. 2) 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This volume evaluates the capacity for the western Montana corridor region to sustainably support a supply chain that uses forest residuals as feedstock to produce bio-jet fuel and other chemical products. Natural, physical, ...
  • Western Montana Corridor: Site Selection (Vol. 3) 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This volume evaluates potential sites in the western Montana corridor that could participate in a supply chain that uses forest residuals as feedstock to produce bio-jet fuel and other co-products. The volume also offers ...
  • Western Montana Corridor: Sustainability (Vol. 4) 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This volume evaluates the sustainability of producing bio-jet fuel and co-products made from wood residuals in the western Montana corridor region. Preliminary analyses for techno-economics, carbon life cycle, community ...