Brazilian corn ethanol remains hot despite pandemic tempering ethanol demand

October 22, 2020 |

In Brazil, a USDA Foreign Agriculture Service GAIN report says that despite lower ethanol demand due to impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, investment interest in corn-based ethanol domestically continues to grow. For 2020/21, corn-based ethanol production is seen at 2.5 billion liters from 16 currently operating facilities including both corn-only and flex-plants co-located at sugarcane mills. If all projects currently under development are implemented, production will reach 5.5 billion liters in the next two years.

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