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Groups fear loss of S.C. forests to fill Europe's energy needs

A logging truck loaded with freshly cut hardwoods enters the Enviva wood-pellet plant in Ahoskie, N.C. The Washington Post, Joby Warrick
A logging truck loaded with freshly cut hardwoods enters the Enviva wood-pellet plant in Ahoskie, N.C. The Washington Post, Joby Warrick
Energy Industry  | 
The Slate

COLUMBIA, SC — South Carolina’s role in the increasingly controversial wood pellet industry could expand with the construction of a new shipping terminal at the Port of Charleston.

Energy companies Abengoa and Kinder Morgan are asking federal regulators for permission to each build an export terminal.

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