Growth of ethanol fuel stalls in Brazil

  title={Growth of ethanol fuel stalls in Brazil},
  author={Claudio Felisoni de {\^A}ngelo},
  • C. Ângelo
  • Published 29 November 2012
  • Medicine, Economics
  • Nature

The Relationship among Ethanol, Sugar and Oil Prices in Brazil: Cointegration Analysis with Structural Breaks

Ethanol has gradually gain momentum in the world’s energy market in recent decades with Brazil the largest producers. The issue of price linkage among ethanol, sugar and oil is particular interesting

Removal of the pesticide thiamethoxam from sugarcane juice by magnetic nanomodified activated carbon

The efficiency of AC-NP in the sorption of TMX was confirmed by the excellent values of SCexp and sorption kinetics, and the chromatographic method was highly satisfactory due to its high selectivity and recovery.

The Brazilian Ethanol Policy from 2003 to 2016 : an Exploratory Study about the Interrelations Between Domestic and International Politics

Brazilian ethanol policy was strongly developed from 2003 to 2010. However, after the announcement of the pre-salt oil reserves, in 2007, these policies have been weakened. In a nutshell, three

Incentives and Barriers for Liquid Biofuels in Brazil

Bioenergy has been an important share of the Brazilian energy matrix, supported by an ample basis of natural resources, an appropriate climate, large availability of land and water, and enough

Exploring the policy and social factors fueling the expansion and shift of sugarcane production in the Brazilian Cerrado

Within the past decade, the sugarcane ethanol industry in Brazil has increased its production capacity to meet rising domestic demand for ethanol. However, to achieve this growth the industry has had

Ethanol-Blended Gasoline Policy and Ozone Pollution in Sao Paulo

  • Alberto SalvoYi Wang
  • Environmental Science
    Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists
  • 2017
We examine four discontinuities in the ethanol content in blended gasoline fuel, mandated by Brazil’s central government over the period 2010–13, to test the joint hypotheses that (1) atmospheric

Biofuel: A Stepping Stone towards Sustainable Development

There is a close link between biofuel and feedstock prices that needs to be optimized in order to have a stabilized biofuel market and critical issues such as efficiency of biofuel in comparison to conventional fuel and the use of agricultural land in orderto produce raw materials for biofuel industry still need to be addressed.