Philippines cuts ethanol quota for Q4 by 4,500 cu m per month

July 28, 2016 |

In the Philippines, the Sugar Regulatory Authority has lowered the monthly allocations for ethanol supply during the fourth quarter by 4,500 cu m to 62,400 cu m. Ethanol production will ramp up during the last part of the year, from 18,000 cu m in October to 24,100 cu m. Oil companies must buy ethanol from mills according to their quota allotments before securing imported supplies to achieve the government’s 10% blending mandate that has been in place since 2011.

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