India looks to Bihar to supply ethanol for blending after banning alcohol

May 18, 2016 |

In India, the government has asked oil companies to buy as much ethanol as it can from Bihar following the state’s decision to ban alcohol a few weeks ago. About 60 million liters can be produced by sugar millers and distilleries in the state. State oil companies have floated a tender to source the 2.6 billion liters of ethanol required to supply the E10 blending policy with 1.35 billion liters already offered by sugar mills.

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