India on course to blend minimum 10% ethanol in 2021-22: Trade sources

Blending crossed 8.93% on Feb 16; trade sources say to achieve the 10% mark, 4.37 bn litres of ethanol are required of which 4.20 bn litres have already been offered via tenders and finalised by OMC

Photo: Bloomberg

Photo: Bloomberg

New Delhi
India is on course to achieve a minimum of 10 per cent average ethanol blending across the country in the current supply year, 2021-22, if the quantities offered and finalised

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First Published: Feb 18 2022 | 8:21 PM IST

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