Zimbabwe’s ethanol storage project delayed by lack of foreign exchange availability

February 26, 2019 |

In Zimbabwe, the country’s national oil infrastructure company still needs another $1.5 million in order to complete its ethanol storage tank project that would help it to better manage ethanol flows for blending throughout the year, especially during the rainy season when ethanol production slows significantly and supplies are scarce. A lack of foreign currency has impeded the finalization of the project that would increase storage for 6 million liters. The project is already delayed from its prior expected commissioning date last December.

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