Market Talks: Outlook for a new biodiesel commercialisation model for the Brazilian market

Author Argus

The Brazilian biodiesel commercialisation model through public auctions is beginning to show wearing-out signs, and despite the reduction in the blending mandate, uncertainties around supply put this mechanism in check.

How do market participants perceive this, and what may be the prospects of changing this model?

In this week's episode of Market Talks, Camila Dias, Argus Brazil Bureau Chief, and Gabrielle Moreira, Motor Fuels reporter, analyze the outlook for a new commercial model for the Brazilian biodiesel market.

(Podcast is in Portuguese)

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