NEWS
George Orwel DTN Energy Reporter
Wed Feb 12, 2014 03:08 PM CST

NEW YORK (DTN) -- Ethanol prices in Brazil edged up Wednesday due to limited supply, with anhydrous being sold at $2.37 gallon, up 1.25%, while hydrous traded at $2.10 gallon, up 2.83%, according to data provided by UNICA and Cepea.

UNICA is the main trade group in Brazil for sugar cane and ethanol producers while Cepea is a research center linked to Brazil's Sao Paulo University.

Brazil produces both hydrous ethanol, which is used domestically in flex fuel vehicles, and anhydrous ethanol, which must be blended with gasoline before being used to power regular automobiles.

The data shows ethanol prices ...

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