Brazilian ethanol pipeline exploring expansion into corn-based ethanol regions

January 16, 2019 |

In Brazil, Reuters reports that the ethanol pipeline owned and operated by Logum that transports the fuel from producing regions in Sao Paolo and other states to urban demand centers is looking to expand the pipeline to areas that have seen sudden, massive growth in corn-based ethanol. With as much as 5 billion liters of corn-based ethanol production capacity online in the next five years compared to 300 million liters last year and 1 billion liters this year, the logistics company sees corn ethanol as “the next frontier” and has already been looking at sites like Cuiabá in Mato Grosso for possible expansion.

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