U.S. & Brazil Ethanol Outlook: 2012-2022
U.S. and Brazil account for over 80% of global ethanol production and, as such, are the drivers of world ethanol trade. In Hart Energy's inaugural study exploring this industry in the U.S. and Brazil, Renewable Ethanol: Navigating the Rapids, 2011-2015, key market and policy issues that existed as of early 2011 were addressed. However, there have been major developments over the last year, including the expiration of the U.S. blender's credit and tariff and record levels of U.S. ethanol exports in the face of muted Brazilian exports.
There are numerous factors that will drive the ethanol industry and markets in the U.S. and Brazil over the next decade. These factors will be examined in depth in the new study U.S. & Brazil Ethanol Outlook, 2012-2022.
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Major Issues Addressed in the Analysis
- Blend Wall and E15 Adoption in the U.S.
- California Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS)
- Outlook for Cellulosic Ethanol
- U.S. Ethanol Supply/Demand Balance Through 2022
- Status and Outlook for Brazilian Ethanol
- Status and Outlook for Canadian Ethanol
- U.S. Biodiesel Sector
- U.S. Crude Oil, Gasoline and Ethanol Price Forecast
- Feedstock Outlook
- Renewable Identification Number (RIN) Considerations
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