Ethanol exports from Brazilian northeast back on the water but for a limited time

In Brazil, for the first time in six months, about 6,000 cubic meters of industrial ethanol loaded from the country’s northeast for export to Central America. About twice that volume should load in November and December for export as well, but expectations for strong domestic demand during the center-south’s interharvest season between January and April are seeing producers keep supplies on hand for that period. The northeast region’s cane crush began in September and should run through mid-February.

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