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INEOS O&P UK announced a proposal to cease production of ethanol from its Grangemouth site

INEOS O&P UK announced a proposal to close the Ethanol Plant at Grangemouth in Q1 2025 and will start consultations in Grangemouth with its employees and the Trade Union about this proposal.

Brazil's Raizen scouting locations for SAF plant

Brazil's largest sugar-cane ethanol producer, Raizen, has explored locations in Brazil for an ethanol-based SAF plant, aiming to build the world's second ethanol-to-jet fuel plant.

Brazil's 2024 ethanol exports seen strong, helped by corn ethanol

Brazil has the potential to maintain exports of ethanol at strong levels in 2024, after last year posting the highest volumes since 2020 due to an increase in corn ethanol supply.

U.S. Justice Department is also probing ADM's ethanol trading desk

The U.S. Justice Department is investigating Archer-Daniels-Midland's ethanol trading operation as part of a broader probe of the commodities giant's accounting practices.

Brazil mills boost sugar capacity, 'leave' ethanol to corn processors

Brazil cane mills will boost their sugar production capacity as much as 10% in the new season from April to take advantage of relatively high sugar prices and as increasing supplies of corn make the grain a cheap feedstock for ethanol output.

Nissan starts trial of stationary power generation system fueled by bio-ethanol

Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. announced that it has developed a stationary, bio-ethanol-fueled system capable of high-efficiency power generation.

Ethanol's dwindling discount to gasoline could slow U.S. biofuel demand

Ethanol's smallest discount to gasoline in seven months could reduce demand for U.S. biofuels and make higher ethanol blends such as E85 less profitable.

OQEMA and BASF collaborate on amines in the UK and Ireland

BASF has strengthened its partnership with OQEMA, one of Europe’s leading chemical distributors, with regard to BASF’s standard amines portfolio excluding ethanolamines in the UK and Ireland, effective January 1, 2024.

U.S. biofuel credit prices hit 3-year low, expected to stay weak, EIA says

U.S. biomass-based diesel and ethanol compliance credit prices have slumped to three-year lows on declining feedstock costs and are set to stay low as renewable diesel output rises.

Biomass-based diesel and ethanol compliance credit prices decline 45% from start of year

The price of compliance credits for biomass-based diesel and ethanol has decreased about 45% since the start of the year, when prices were already the lowest in about three years.

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