2 edition of Production, consumption, and prices of softwood products in North America found in the catalog.
Production, consumption, and prices of softwood products in North America
Darius Mainard Adams
1988 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, Or. (P.O. Box 3890, Portland 97208) .
Written in English
|Statement||Darius M. Adams, Kristine C. Jackson, and Richard W. Haynes.|
|Series||Resource bulletin PNW ;, RB-151, Resource bulletin PNW ;, 151.|
|Contributions||Jackson, Kristine C., Haynes, Richard W.|
|LC Classifications||SD11 .A45616 no. 151, HD9769.S573U6 .A45616 no. 151|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||49 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||88601674|
Table Raw material energy consumption, kg per 1 m3 of planed dry softwood lumber produced in the Pacific Northwest of the US based on economic allocation. Table 13 shows mass allocation.. 60 Table Emission released to air, kg per 1 m3 of planed dry softwood lumber produced in the PNW US based on economic allocation. Box 5 outlines the relationships between these products. Consumption and production of the major products are driven by many factors, of which population and income are the most important. 14 At world level, consumption is equal to production, after adjusting for storage losses and stocks. North American softwood lumber production up % − At a total of m m³, north American production of softwood lumber in the third quarter of was % higher than in the comparative quarter of the preceding year. North America Year-To-Date softwood Lumber Consumption In North America Has Yet To Return To Levels US Lumber Production Us Lumber Production Up Percent Through July2 US lumber production totaled billion board feet (bbf) through July, up percent from the first.
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Production, consumption, and prices of softwood products in North America: regional time series data, to Resour. Bull. PNW-RB Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.
49 p. This report provides 35 years of information on softwood timber production and consumption in the Cited by: Get this from a library. Production, consumption, and prices of softwood products in North America: regional time series data, to [Darius Mainard Adams; Kristine C Jackson; Richard W Haynes; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)].
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Sawn softwood – consumption, production and trade 1 Highlights • In in the UNECE region, production of sawn softwood reached a new high of million m3, a % increase over • Nordic countries’ production and exports were at record highs inand shipments of further processed sawn softwood products are increasing.
Softwood sawmills consume more grade logs than all other North American grade markets combined, and the value of these logs exceed any other market for stumpage or chips. U.S. markets alone consumed over 44 billion board feet of softwood lumber in Still, it helps to know what wood is worth to all end markets, including and beyond lumber.
North American Production North American Consumption European Consumption Other Consumption Pellet Production ( tons) Total Consumption Production and consumption of wood pellets Source: UNECE/FAO Forest Products Annual Market Review, Global production by volume ranking, all products.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. FAOSTAT Database (accessed J ). Global consumption by volume ranking, all products. Consumption figures calculated by Natural Resources Canada.
Global exports by value ranking, all products. Global Trade Atlas. capacity, cost, prices October Spelter, Henry. Capacity, production, and manufacturing of wood-based panels in North America.
Gen. Tech. Rep. FPL–GTR– Madison, WI: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory. 17 p. A limited number of free copies of this publication are available to theFile Size: KB. North American Softwood Lumber: Forecast Summary Capacity Demand D/C Ratio Prices Demand for lumber produced in the USA and Canada will continue to improve throughdriven higher mainly by domestic growth in the USA.
Softwood lumber capacity in the USA and Canada will growFile Size: KB. on production, trade, consumption, and prices of timber products in the United States.
The report focuses on national trade, consumption, and price statistics, Research Paper and for substantial volumes of other softwood and hard-wood products, grew in but remained below the peakCited by: 4. Softwood lumber production by U.S.
sawmills reached billion board ft. (bbf) of in the first four months ofa gain of % from bbf in the same period last year, the Western Wood Products Assn.
reported in Continue reading →. Timber Prices – a regional review and forecast of North American timber prices, including delivered and stumpage prices for softwood sawtimber, pulpwood, and chips.
Why Fastmarkets RISI More than 80% of the world’s leading forest products companies – plus buyers, distributors, suppliers, governments and financial analysts – rely on. Primary wood products. The total roundwood production in the EU continues to increase. Init reached an estimated million m 3; i.e.
almost 36 million m 3 (8 %) more than the peak output recorded inwhen the industry had to process greater numbers of trees that were felled by severe storms, and 21 % more than at the beginning of the millennium.
Graph and download economic data for Producer Price Index by Commodity for Lumber and Wood Products: Softwood Lumber (WPU) from Jan to Apr about wood, commodities, PPI, inflation, price index, price, indexes, and USA.
This statistic shows the balance in the sawn softwood industry in North America from to and provides a forecast for 4 — A guide to American softwood species America’s forests currently produce over 80 million cubic metres of sawn timber a year, making them the largest producers in the world.
About 10 per cent of this timber is exported overseas. Modern forest File Size: 1MB. Softwood lumber production in Canada dropped % in January to Marchfrom 7, million board feet to 7, mmfbm for the same time last year, said the Western Wood Products Association’s monthly Lumber Track Wednesday.
In the US, softwood lumber production increased by +%, at 8, million board feet versus 8, million the first three.
The relative economics of softwood plantation establishment in Australia and New Zealand versus Latin America, Africa and North America. Greenfield softwood plantation investments are long-term, capital intensive undertakings. Even in the high-yielding southern hemisphere plantation areas the growth and harvest cycle will range from 18 to U.S.
softwood lumber producers by production U.S. softwood lumber producers by number of mills Canada's softwood lumber producers by number of mills Other Industry News > Production WoodWire was retired on August However, content is now integrated into the Random Lengths Price and News Service on With the top 10 producers owning over 40% of global market share, you need to remain poised for price fluctuations and availability changes.
Our news service covers critical information on supply, demand, capacity, consumption and imports of pulp grades. The US sawmills registered a % decline of softwood lumber production in Januarygoing from billion board ft. in January and reaching bbf. Also, this represented a % decrease from December ( bbf), as the Western Wood Products Assn.
reported in April. Only bbf were produced by the Western US sawmills. US lumber production has gone up by % year-over-year, and the only region of North America that saw a reduction in lumber production this year was British Columbia.
In. Eight Canadian and six U.S. firms among North America's top 40 lumber producers experienced declines in production inand North American shipments overall rose just % last year, FEA Canada/Wood Markets reports.
These production declines are "not the trend you'd expect t during a time of near-record high to record-high lumber prices," the research group's. The Global Sawlog & Pulpwood Price Report. Wood Resource Quarterly (WRQ), the source for global wood price data and market information, is now in its 30th year with comprehensive analysis of wood market trends for the international forest report is approximately 52 pages in length and includes delivered sawlog prices and pulpwood prices and market.
Softwood lumber production in Canada dropped % in January to Marchfrom 7, million board feet to 7, mmfbm for the same time last year, said the Western Wood Products Association’s monthly Lumber Track Wednesday, In the US, softwood lumber production increased by +%, at 8, million board feet versus 8, million the first.
•China’s domestic wood products demand growing at about % per year and this huge growth trend is forecast to continue to at least (Source: WOOD MARKETS’ The China Book). •China consumes about +% of its domestic production, so the GDP growth and wood products growth are tied closely.
•But China is RAW MATERIAL CONSTRAINED. affected the global production, consumption, and trade of softwood lumber (Figure ). Softwood lumber is the term used in North America, whereas in Europe it is referred to as sawnwood and sawn timber.
Regardless of the terminology, lumber is sawn from logs. or produced when cants (squared logs or parts of logs) are resawn into planks. EuropeansCited by: 8. − Due production cutbacks in Canadian sawmills, lower softwood lumber prices in North America as well as higher roundwood procurement costs, the lumber business division of Canfor also had to cope with losses.» more.
US lumber production has gone up by % year-over-year, and the only region of North America that saw a reduction in lumber production this year was British Columbia. In August when the forest fires were at their peak, production was % lower than in August last year.
are prices for softwood products, and Q is aggregate softwood products consumption by softwood-utilizing industries. This approach of subcost function permits us to study the structure of substitution between various softwood products independently of the other inputs. The least restrictive approach in the empirical analysis is to assume a Cited by: Canadian softwood lumber production/consumption Canadian sawmills produced bbf in the first three months, a % decline from bbf a year earlier.
Sawmills in British Columbia accounted for bbf of the three-month total, down % from bbf a year earlier, while sawmills east of the Rockies contributed bbf, a %.
U.S. Softwood Lumber Consumption. Historically, Canada has been the largest foreign supplier of softwood lumber in the United States, accounting for 95% of imports since (see Figure 2 and Figure 3). 20 Inthe United States imported less than 5 billion board feet (BBF) of Canadian lumber, accounting for only 14% of U.S.
consumption. However. the North American softwood sawmilling industry struggling. Five hundred sawmills in North America (Unite d States.
World softwood lumber production, consumption, and. Softwood Lumber Imports from Canada: Current Issues Congressional Research Service Summary Softwood lumber imports from Canada have been a persistent concern for Congress for decades.
Canada is an important trading partner for the United States, but lumber production is a significant industry in many Size: 1MB. Softwood Logs - Production, Consumption, Exports, and Imports Statistics. Home > Agricultural Commodities > Year: ; Country Production CUBIC METERS Imports CUBIC METERS TOTAL SUPPLY CUBIC METERS Exports CUBIC METERS Domestic Consumption CUBIC METERS.
Inthe U.S. share in the global production of wood products was 28% compared with 17% in . The major causes for the overall wood consumption decline per Author: James L. Howard. The SEC aids American exports of softwood products by providing information and assistance to agents, importers, designers, and users of these products in other countries.
Through trade association and grading agency members, SEC represents softwood exporters of lumber, veneer, mouldings and millwork and component products. In the s, the Pacific Northwest was the largest producer. In the early s, Canada was the largest producer. And sincethe U.S.
South has been the largest producer. In other words, softwood lumber production and supplies shift over time across North America. Normally North American consumption totals million b/d comprised of the US at 20 million b/d, Canada million b/d, and Mexico 2 million b/d.
In the current market environment, if North America had a coordinated strategic oil supply policy, we could be completely insulated from the current global oil market chaos. The prices for softwood lumber imports from Canada to the US have skyrocketed 30% since Hurricane Harvey hit last summer and mostly as a result of the tariffs imposed by the U.S.
Commerce Department. “ This was the highest week-end futures price we have on record, dating back to January ,” said David Logan, director of NAHB’s tax and. Lumber markets – North America. During the first five months oflumber production in the US South bounced back after having declined during the second half of The total production output from January through May was % higher this year as compared to the same period inaccording to the WWPA.Latin America, and Oceania to support growing timber processing and consumption.
Chinese timber imports in were 15 times higher by volume than inand log imports were up three-fold from ten years before.