Seasonality in Brazilian petroleum liquids production is driven by biofuels

Brazil’s ethanol output is seasonal and typically peaks during the fourth quarter (October–December) of each year. The peak coincides with the harvest of sugarcane, the primary feedstock used in Brazil’s ethanol production. This seasonal fuel ethanol production can lead to significant monthly variations in Brazil’s total petroleum and other liquids production. Source: Today in Energy – Seasonality in Brazilian petroleum liquids production is driven by biofuels

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