22 March 2005 23:10 [Source: ICIS news]
With lower demand in the
FO Licht said it expects worldwide ethanol production to continue to grow in coming years, prompted in large part by massive investments in the
By 2008, FO Licht said it expects there to be roughly 3.5 bn-4 bn litres in excess ethanol production.
Nonetheless, other analysts say they believe that demand for ethanol could continue to rise in coming years, especially as Asian nations, including
Likewise, a bipartisan coalition of 21
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