Thailand boosts biodiesel minimum blending slightly to help absorb palm oil surplus

November 5, 2018 |

In Thailand, the Bangkok Post reports that although the country hasn’t managed to get approval yet for B10 to help absorb its palm oil surplus, the energy ministry has been able to make minor changes to the B7 mandate that will boost demand by 62,000 metric tons per year. The surplus is currently 80,000 tons. The current range of blending is between 6.6%-7% but now the minimum will be raised to 6.8%. In two months, the minimum is expected to rise again to 6.9%.

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