Market Talks: Outlook for Brazil’s ethanol logistics

Author Argus

From producing mills to service stations, Brazilian ethanol has an extensive logistics chain, including tanker cabotage, road transportation and dedicated pipelines.

How is this chain evolving to balance financial efficiency with low-carbon emissions to comply with the new RenovaBio biofuels framework?

In this week’s episode of Market Talks, road fuels editor Amance Boutin and ethanol logistics company Logum’s commercial director, Leandro Almeida, discuss Brazil’s changing logistics landscape as the country gradually opens its downstream market.

(Podcast is in Portuguese)

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