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Brazil’s Energy Trading Looks To Set Up Is Ethanol Re-export Hub At Las Palmas Port

Brazil’s Energy Trading looks to set up is ethanol re-export hub at Las Palmas port

Source: Puerto de Las Palmas
Las Palmas, Canary Islands, Spain (PortSEurope) July 12, 2019 – Energy Trading, a Brazilian ethanol producer, has met with Fedeport, the Canarian Federation of Port Companies, to explore the option of establishing a storage facility at the port. The company seeks a facility to store 15,000 m³ of ethanol for re-export for to Europe and Africa. The meeting was attended by the presidents of Fedeport,
José Juan Ramos and de Aotec, Bernardino Santana, along with members of the Bunkering Committee of Fedeport, as well as the president of Autoridad Portuaria de Las Palmas (APP – Port Authority of Las Palmas), Juan José Cardona; the general secretary of the Canary Confederation of Businessmen, José Cristóbal García; the director of Promotion Division and Foreign Network of Proexca, Pedro Monzón and the Project Manager of Investment of PROEXCA, Jerónimo Falcón. Eduardo Puertas said that the company was interested in renting a storage tank with a capacity of between 10,000 and 15,000 m³ to allow it to test how the European market works. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2019.

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