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New RISI Report Analyzes South American Tree Farm and Biomass Energy Investment Opportunities
Date:7/14/2009

prehensive outlook on the current status of South America's tree farm industry, including estimates of plantation area, species planted, ownership, and investment trends.
  • Overview of South America's plantation forest-based wood products and pulp and paper industries, including industry structure, timber demand trends, importance in global markets and the outlook for new projects.
  • Insight into potential investment and timberland acquisition opportunities for North American and European organizations, and problem areas to avoid.
  • Brief descriptions of nearly 80 companies currently involved in tree farm investment in South America.
  • Dedicated woody biomass energy plantations in South America: importance within the region, potential fiber source for bioenergy demand in Europe, major industry players and avenues for new investment.
  • The data and analysis in this new study will help organizations answer the following strategic questions:

    • Who have been the major foreign investors in South American plantation forestry, and which countries and industry sectors have they focused on?
    • What is the current and expected role of biomass energy markets in plantation development, and which countries/regions offer the best opportunities for this type of new project?
    • What impact has the current financial crisis had on forest industry development, product markets, and plantation log prices in South America?
    • What are the primary drivers of plantation development in the region, and what are the most challenging stumbling blocks?

    The South American Tree Farm Update is currently available and can be purchased at www.risiinfo.com/satreefarm.

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