Brazilian biodiesel production fell in January but feedstock mix is diversifying

March 23, 2017 |

In Brazil, this year is not starting in the most positive way for biodiesel plants. According to data recently released by the ANP, the production in January was a disappointing 255.3 million liters, down 5.9% on the year.

The raw materials mix of the Brazilian biodiesel industry is still in transition at the beginning of 2017. According to the most recent edition of the ANP Biodiesel Monthly Bulletin, in January, practically a fifth – 19.6% – of the biodiesel manufactured in the country was made from oils and fats other than soy and beef tallow.

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