Brazilian ethanol imports fell in May as sugarcane crush ramps up

June 11, 2018 |

In Brazil, Platts reports that as the sugarcane crush as ramped up, boosting domestic ethanol production and supplies, demand for imports have fallen significantly to 103.3 million liters in May, the lowest seen since December when it imported 84.6 million liters. So far, ethanol imports for the year through May are up 6% at 1.15 billion liters compared to the same period last year. Almost all of the volume came through North-Northeast ports and from the US.

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