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Brazil Ethanol Has Become too Expensive to Compete with Gasoline

Brazil’s Única, the sugarcane grower and mill owner association, tells us that over the ...

Brazil Keeps Import Tariff on Ethanol at Least Until July

As announced by the Brazilian minister of Agriculture, Reinhold Stephanes, the reduction of the ...

While Building an Ethanol Stockpile Brazil Considers Getting Product from US

In Brazil, the hand-to-mouth ethanol supply system has finally run its course. There are ...

A World’s First: Brazil’s Ethanol-fueled Power Plant

Brazil inaugurated this week the world’s first ethanol-fueled power plant in the state of ...

Brazil Reduces Ethanol in Gasoline in Effort to Curb Prices

In Brazil, starting this February 1st, the mandatory percentage of ethanol added to gasoline ...

Sudan’s First Ethanol Plant Was Made in Brazil and Shipped There

Sudan's first ethanol manufacturing plant, which is being officially inaugurated this Wednesday, June 10, ...

Brazil Urges the US to Close Gap Between Rhetoric and Policy on Ethanol

Today marks the last day of Brazil’s 2009 Ethanol Summit being held in São ...

Brazil’s Sugarcane Industry Applauds Obama and Makes Its Case for Ethanol in the US

Brazil's Sugarcane Industry Association (UNICA) seems pleased with the White House announcement this Tuesday, ...

Brazilians Betting Obama Will Be Green Enough to Help Brazil

Brazil is hoping that its ethanol may gain momentum and space in the United ...

Flex-Fuel Technology Makes Brazil Leading Ethanol Exporter and Producer

Brazil consolidated itself, in 2008, as the world's leading ethanol exporter and third largest ...