Average ethanol prices remained advantageous over gasoline prices in four Brazilian states last week – Goiás, Mato Grosso, Minas Gerais, Sao Paulo – all major biofuel producers. The survey of the National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP) compiled by AE-Fees considers that sugarcane or maize ethanol, because it has lower calorific value, has a limit price of 70% of oil derived at gas stations. be considered advantageous. In Mato Grosso, hydrate was sold, on average, for 63.7% of the price of gasoline, in Goiás at 67.05% and in Minas Gerais at 63.7%. In São Paulo, the parity was 65.59%. In the average of the surveyed posts in the country, the parity was 66.86% between the average prices of ethanol and gasoline, also favorable to biofuel. Gasoline was more advantageous in Roraima, with a parity of 90.96% for the price of ethanol.
Source: Canal Rural