Indonesia to miss E10 yet again as sugarcane yields continue to fall

April 7, 2020 |

In Indonesia, the Jakarta Post newspaper reports that despite plans to boost ethanol blending to 10% this year using domestically produced ethanol, challenges in sugarcane production will lead to further delays in implementation. Sugarcane yields have been falling over the past four years in East Java, the country’s key cane-growing region, which has led to a lack of molasses for feedstock to produce the required ethanol. Since 2015, only 2% ethanol is blended into gasoline.

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