Brazilian ethanol shortage to worsen

April 19, 2011 |

In Brazil, analysts are already predicting that the country will face an ethanol shortage next year and it’s likely to be even worse than the current shortage as producers fail to keep up with increasing demand. E25 is up 25% from the previous week at $1.67 per liter, which is double the price from January.

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