Enviva celebrates recently opened terminal in Pascagoula

Today, Enviva, the world’s leading producer of sustainably sourced woody biomass, held a ceremonial ribbon cutting at its recently opened marine export terminal at the Port of Pascagoula.

Since 2019, the Port Authority and Enviva have invested over $90 million to build the terminal at the Port of Pascagoula. The facility includes two wood pellet storage domes with a total storage capacity of 90,000 metric tons.

Enviva plans to export wood pellets from the now fully operational Pascagoula terminal to power and utility customers across Asia, Europe, and the Caribbean with a majority of the terminal’s future shipments slated for Japan. Governor Tate Reeves said, “I’m hopeful because of this product and others there will be a few less people in Europe and Asia that are cold this winter. We know there is a terrible conflict and one that has had horrible implications for so many people and we hope this plays some small role in reducing that conflict.”

To learn more about Enviva visit envivabiomass.com.

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