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Updated to Q1 2018
Availability of European ethyl tertiary butyl ether (ETBE) was healthy in the first quarter, with consistently enough product to cover demand. No production issues were noted in the ETBE market during the quarter.
ETBE is priced at a premium over methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE). This premium stayed generally stable throughout the quarter. MTBE fluctuations are in turn dependant on a factor againt Eurobob gasoline values.
European ethyl tertiary butyl ether (ETBE) demand was fairly limited in Q1, with the winter season typically a low period of buying interest for the biofuel. Some demand was noted from Spain and Scandinavia in January, with more ETBE demand being noted from France as well, following a push by the French government last year towards gasoline rather than diesel cars.
Low biodiesel prices were making biodiesel more attractive than ETBE in the first three months of the year, especially in European countries where biofuels mandates are not split into separate mandates for gasoline in diesel.
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