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During the public forums landowners with MIS plantations on their land via lease and forestry right arrangements (landlords) expressed concern that, although they were likely to ultimately receive title to the plantation after the various court and sale processes had run their course, they believed they were currently unable to insure the hp gas online booking phone number asset until the uncertainty about ownership status had been resolved.

Landowners were also uncertain if they could insure for potential clean-up costs if the plantation on their land (that they don’t own) is burnt and the plantation is not otherwise insured. It is highly likely that any other potential interest in a MIS plantation (e.g. responsible entity and woodlot investors) would rapidly disappear on its loss to fire, leaving the landlord with the clean-up problem.

Private Forests Tasmania has now asked a number of insurers experienced in forestry to provide advice on whether a landowner could insure under the two scenario’s outlined above. Not electricity questions and answers physics surprisingly, early discussions have revealed that insurance is not a straight forward proposition given the uncertainty over title to the trees. However, we have been advised it may possible and it is being actively investigated by the insurers.

November 2015 Update: As administrators/liquidators continue to wind-up the insolvent MIS entities such as FEA and Gunns, many landowners who had leased land to these companies are now acquiring freehold title to the plantations on their land electricity worksheets ks1. Although often acquired for a ‘peppercorn’, these timber assets may now have significant value and owners are reminded that plantation insurance is readily available. It is advisable to consider plantation insurance before we enter the fire season as insurers may place embargoes on writing new policies while there are active fires.

Landowners who have leased land 76 gas station jobs to MIS plantation companies are now sometimes asked to sign documents to revoke the PTR declared on the land. In this circumstance, even though the PTR may have been a requirement of the MIS company, once declared it belongs with the land title (and hence the landowner). Therefore, a decision to revoke or not lies completely with the landowner. It should only be done if it suits the landowner. PFT can provide impartial advice electricity in salt water to landlords who have been asked to facilitate the revocation of a PTR on their plantation land.

Architecture and Design reports that the new Netball ‘Centre of Excellence’ at Homebush has been built with large format laminated veneer lumbur beams. They also report that Sydney architects, Fitzpatrick and Partners, have now prepared a concept design for what could be the tallest electricity youtube billy elliot timber commercial building in Australia, using glue laminated timber.

The use of wood residues for heating by agencies from all levels of government has a great but largely unrealised potential in Tasmania and other cooler Australian regions. This escellent story from New Zealand was published in the weekly electronic forest industry newsletter ‘WoodWeek’ and it serves as an excellent reminder of what untapped potential there is to reap benefits in regional economic growth, employment and environment if we take this seriously.

In late February 2014 a small group of Tasmanians attended the European Pellet Conference in Wels, Austria. One of the leading sources of up to date information in this area, Biomass Magazine reported on the concluding country-by-country la t gastrobar opiniones market updates. The information provided by Annalisa Paniz, Italian Agriforestry Energy Association, is eye-catching from a Tasmanian perspective because we also use wood extensively for domestic heating:

[She] described an Italian pellet market with steadily growing demand, coinciding with decreasing pellet production. She reported that Italy is mainland gas 69 Europe’s largest consumer of pellets, using over 3 million tons annually and growing between 200,000 and 300,000 tons each year. Strong residential pellet appliance sales in Italy have created strong demand, and Paniz estimates that there are nearly 2,000,000 pellet stoves and 200,000 pellet boilers installed in Italian homes. There are currently nearly 40 pellet producers in Italy, but Paniz reported that 90% of Italian pellet production is generated by about a dozen producers. Italian pellet production gas works park peaked in 2007 at nearly 750,000 tons but has fallen to about 300,000 tons since with domestic producers moving away from production and instead on the distribution of imported pellets. Austria and Germany are the largest suppliers of pellets to Italy, but bulk delivery of pellets by ship continues to increase and Paniz expects that at least 600,000 tons of pellets will arrive in Italy by ship in 2014. Italian ports, including Naples, are equipped with fines removal and bagging equipment.

“In many European countries forest biomass is considered an important renewable energy source; its use b games 2 has increased significantly in the last 10 years, it is politically supported by the public and all political parties and it is partly subsidised by governments. In contrast forest biomass use for energy is insignificant in Tasmania (as it is in the rest of Australia) and gets little political or public support although a significant amount of harvesting and processing residues are currently burnt in the open or dumped in landfills.”

“Coming from Europe with a limited availability of wood it is sometimes hard to understand how little economic and ecological advantage Tasmania is currently gaining from its large natural forest resource. It is also surprising that using forest biomass for energy gets so little political support despite electricity dance moms episode its vast potential. It appears that the long ongoing conflict on harvesting in old-growth forests has consumed much of the social capital which would have been needed to develop a future forest industry and more effective use of renewable energies. Hopefully the ‘Tasmanian Forest Agreement‘ which virtually ends harvesting in oldgrowth forests is the starting point for a new era based on plantations and native forest regrowth. The development of a profitable and sustainable future forest industry based on these resources is challenging and will require significant commitment. The use of residues and low quality timber for energy could be an important part of this gas youtube future industry.”