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Est. 1993

Energex currently operates two wood pellet plants in North America, with a combined annual capacity of over 250,000 tons. Their process control system, automatic packaging facility and environmental controls allow Energex to bag over 800 tons per day and also to hold thousands of tons in inventory to service peak demand periods.

Energex began operations in 1993 after acquiring the Lac-Megantic, QC facility from the Shell Oil Company. Shell Oil constructed the Lac-Megantic facility in 1981, making it one of the oldest wood pellet plants in North America. After being purchased by Energex, a packaging facility was added to bag premium-grade wood pellet fuel. This completed the renovation, rehabilitation and the modernization of the facility.

In 2000, Energex merged a West Virginia pellet plant with the plant in Mifflintown and created the Energex American facility. The Mifflintown plant is now the foremost supplier of hardwood pellets in the mid-Atlantic region.

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