ANP: Average Ethanol Price at Pumps Climbs in 13 States, Falls in 11 States

In São Paulo, the main producer and consumer state and with more stations assessed, the average price of hydrous ethanol stood at R$2.930, an increase of 0.58 percent over the preceding week (R$2.913).

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The average prices of hydrous ethanol increased in 13 states and the Federal District in the week ended on Saturday, November 14th, compared to the preceding period, according to a survey by the National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP) compiled by AE-Taxas. The price of the biofuel fell in 11 states, while in Amapá and Roraima there was verification.

At stations surveyed by the ANP across Brazil, the average price of ethanol has increased 0,66 percent in the week over the preceding one, from R$3.05 to R$3.07 . . .

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