Brazilian hydrous ethanol production up 72% on the year through H1 July

July 26, 2018 |

In Brazil, Platts reports that UNICA data showed hydrous ethanol production during the first half of July rose 3.2% from the last half of June at 1.60 billion liters, nearly 54% higher on the year. So far this season, hydrous ethanol production is nearly 72% higher on the year at 9.37 billion liters. Anhydrous ethanol production held steady during H1 July compared to H2 June at 790.74 million liters and was down 6.53% compared to last year, although total anhydrous production is up on the year as well at 4.08 billion liters. The total cane crush for the period was 6.5% lower on the year at 44.88 million metric tons.

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