CJ Selecta still plans to open Minas Gerais ethanol plant by year’s end

April 13, 2020 |

In Brazil, Reuters reports that despite the economic and demand disaster that the global ethanol industry is facing, especially Brazil, one of the country’s soy crushers, CJ Selecta, is still planning to open its 12-million-liter ethanol production facility in Minas Gerais. Most of the ethanol will be destined for use at the company’s soy-crushing facility in Araguari while it has received permission to sell any surplus ethanol onto the domestic market. The project is part of the company’s wider sustainability commitments.

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