Clark: “Don’t rely on Brazil ethanol”

ICIS reporters are covering this year’s annual Fuel Ethanol Workshop in St. Louis, Missouri.

At the conference, there was a talk that Brazil may ship ethanol to Iran. My colleague William Lemos was able to interview retired US general Wesley Clark on his opinion about this issue and he said that this potential sale would demonstrate how important it is that US does not become reliant on Brazil for imports of the biofuel.

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Here are more ICIS News stories from the Ethanol conference:

US ethanol group sees biofuel opportunity in BP oil spill

Ethanol maker POET confident US blend to get to 15%

US ethanol industry to fight E15 blend ban for older cars

US ethanol finds market abroad but keeps domestic focus

US ethanol risks biodiesel calamity if subsidy renewal slow

Ethyl lactate, other co-products lift US ethanol economics

Brazil ethanol demand up but prices fail to climb

US ethanol to shrink to 25 firms in 10 years – consultant

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