Market Talks: Northeast Brazil distributors scramble for ethanol

Автор Argus

Strong demand in the Brazil's northeast over the past months has prompted motor fuel distributors to pursue new strategies to mitigate rising logistics costs, given increased delivery costs from ethanol mills and recent hikes in diesel prices.

Local distributors have safely secured their biofuel requirements for the following weeks, but several questions marks cloud the medium-term supply outlook, according to responses to an Argus survey.

Join Camila Dias, Argus Brazil Country Manager, and Vinícius Damazio, Brazil Motor Fuels reporter, as they talk about ethanol supply availability in the northeast, as the region progresses into its sugarcane inter-harvest period. 

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(Podcast is in Portuguese) 


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