Brazilian mills to be allowed direct ethanol sales to fuel retailers

June 4, 2019 |

In Brazil, Reuters reports that the government has decided to allow ethanol producers to market ethanol directly to fueling stations, a move pushed by many mills who have argued that it would increase efficiencies and lower costs while improving margins for mills. The economy ministry needs to develop some underlying tax regulations that could take as long as six months to get together but the CNPE energy council has approved the move, putting the new policy into motion.

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