Market Talks: BP Bunge Bioenergia’s first year balance and the Brazilian ethanol market

Author Argus

The Covid-19 pandemic did not hinder the plans of BP Bunge Bioenergia, a joint venture formed just over a year ago between BP and North American Bunge for sugar and alcohol assets in Brazil.

What synergies came from the merger and what does the company forecast for the rest of the sugarcane crop year?

In this week’s episode of Market Talks, Argus’ biofuels reporter Alexandre Melo talks with BP Bunge Energia’s president of the board, Mario Lindenhayn, and chief executive Geovane Consul about the Brazilian ethanol market.

(Podcast in Portuguese.)


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