Prices paid per tonne by Pacific Carbon Trust

Offsetters Clean Technology, $566,840, 35,146 tonnes at $16.13 per tonneSempa Power Systems Ltd. (Enbala), $45,019, 4,501 tonnes at $10

  • Offsetters Clean Technology, $566,840, 35,146 tonnes at $16.13 per tonne
  • Sempa Power Systems Ltd. (Enbala), $45,019, 4,501 tonnes at $10

  • Offsetters Clean Technology, $1.5 million, 94,385 tonnes at $15.82
  • Encana Corp., $1.6 million, 84,671 tonnes at $19.11
  • International Forest Products, $613,890, 40,926 tonnes at $15
  • Canfor Pulp Ltd., $329,910, 21,994 tonnes at $15
  • Sempa Power Systems Ltd., $58,130, 5,813 tonnes at $10
  • Nature Conservancy of Canada, $4.5 million, 450,000 tonnes at $10
  • Kruger Products, $240,405, 16,027 tonnes at $15
  • Blue Source, $1.1 million, 74,070 tonnes at $15
  • Neucel Specialty Cellulose, $342,441, 31,131 tonnes at $11
  • TimberWest, $5.6 million, 560,925 tonnes at $10
  • Westcoast Energy, $555,965, 41,784 tonnes at $13.31
  • BC Transit, $29,289, 2,253 tonnes at $13
  • South Coast BC Transportation, $213,564, 16,428 tonnes at $13
  • Green Municipal Corp., $487,113, 38,969 tonnes at $12.50

  • Offsetters Clean Technology, $607,704, 37,203 tonnes at $16.33
  • Blue Source, $484,500, 32,300 tonnes at $15
  • Arc Resources, $903,574, 64,541 tonnes at $14
  • Canfor, $355,620, 23,708 tonnes at $15
  • Lafarge Canad Inc., $229,030, 16,035 tonnes at $14.28
  • Canadian Forest Products Ltd., $323,862, 23,133 tonnes at $14
  • Kruger Products, $275,100, 18,340 tonnes at $15

  • Great Bear Initiative, $2.7 million, 300,000 tonnes at $9
  • Columbia Shuswap Regional District, $75,000, 5,000 tonnes at $15
  • Nanwakolas Carbon Credit Ltd. Partnership, $1.4 million, 150,000 tonnes at $9


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