Consulting Group Adds Biomass, Pyrolysis and Torrefaction Experts

6/10/15 – Little Rock, Arkansas.  Lee Enterprises Consulting, Inc., the world’s largest renewable fuels consulting group, is pleased to announce the addition of Douglas Bradley and Michael Wild to its team of experts. 

Bradley has a B.Sc.(Honours, Mathematics) from Queen’s University, and an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business.  He has 30+ years’ experience in oil & gas, banking, and forest products. Bradley was the Director-Strategic Planning for a major forest products company for over a decade, focusing on strategic planning, capital investment evaluation, and carbon sequestration from forest management activities.  He has consulted in bioenergy and climate change issues with clients in the EU, Canada, and the US.  For almost a decade, Bradley was the Canadian Representative on IEA Bioenergy Task 40- Bio-trade.  He is a past President of the Canadian Bioenergy Association and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the World Bioenergy Association.

Wild is an economist and engineer.  He has been active in renewable energies for over 25 years and is President of the International Biomass Torrefaction Council (IBTC). Wild pioneered biomass fired district heating systems in Austria and conversion of coal fired systems to biomass in former socialist countries.  He started the first internet based biomass trading platform (ABEX) in 1999, and for over a decade, led the international biomass trading company, EBES, in creating numerous intercontinental supply chains for palm kernel shell, pellets and wood chips.  Since 2007, Wild has been a world leader in torrefaction technology development, supporting producers and trading houses in the US, Eastern Europe, Russia and Malaysia developing their trade into Europe. 

“Both Doug and Michael will serve on our Emerging Technologies team,” says Lee Enterprises’ CEO, Wayne Lee.  “Doug will handle biomass supply chains and markets, pyrolysis oil project evaluation, and matters involving torrefied wood, and Mike will handle biomass torrefaction and supply chains, and municipal energy planning. These are two renowned world experts and I could not be prouder to have them with our group.”

Dr. Gerald Kutney, Director of the Emerging Technology team for the group, says he is excited to have these two additions to his team.  “Lee Enterprises Consulting is the largest and most prestigious alternative fuels consulting group in the world and these additions continue our tradition of recruiting the top talent available.”

ABOUT LEE ENTERPRISES CONSULTING, INC:  Lee Enterprises is the world’s largest alternative fuels consulting firm.  The group handles Biodiesel, Ethanol, Biomass, Cellulosic Ethanol, Biochar, Bio-Coal, Anaerobic Digestion, Lignin, Biogas, Biopolymers, Biobutanol, Solar, Wind, Waste-to-Energy, Gasification, Renewable Diesel, Fischer-Tropsch, Green Diesel, Jet Biofuels, Pyrolysis, Catalysis and Torrefaction.  They offer a wide range of services worldwide, from initial planning and feasibility assessment, through project oversight, design, fabrication, installation and start-up. The group’s consultants and strategic partners represent the top talent in alternative and renewable fuels, and these experts handle almost every aspect of a project.  Lee Enterprises Consulting, 9903 Brockington Road, Suite 106, Sherwood, AR 72120. (501) 833-8511.

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Head of World's Largest Alternative & Renewable Fuels Consulting Group. Internationally recognized alternative fuels and business consultant with over thirty years’ experience. Owns both Lee Enterprises Consulting, Inc. and National Business Brokerage, Inc., a full service business brokerage firm specializing in buying, selling and evaluating alternative fuels plants. Served on Congressional energy panels, and written many industry articles. Specializes in project consulting & oversight, efficiency and operational review, strategic planning, risk management, and in the buying or selling of plants.

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