In this list

The future of Brazilian sugar and biofuels under a new(ish) president

Agriculture | Grains | Energy | Coal | Thermal Coal | Oil | Crude Oil | Metals | Steel

Market Movers Asia, Nov. 28-Dec. 2: COVID-19 lockdowns hit steel demand in China

Agriculture | Biofuels

Platts Biofuels Alert

Oil | Natural Gas | LNG | Carbon | Emissions | Energy Transition | Electric Power | Coal | Energy | Electricity | Biofuels | Commodities


Energy | Natural Gas | Oil | Shipping | Coal | Electric Power | Agriculture | Energy Transition | Refined Products | Gasoline | Electricity | Biofuels | Renewables

Rail, industry officials push US Congress to act quickly to avoid a rail strike

Agriculture | Grains | Shipping | Dry Freight

Is there enough Brazilian corn to feed the world with China lurking?

For full access to real-time updates, breaking news, analysis, pricing and data visualization subscribe today.

Subscribe Now

Listen: The future of Brazilian sugar and biofuels under a new(ish) president

  • Featuring
  • Beatriz Pupo    Nicolle Monteiro de Castro    Luciana Torrezan Soncin
  • Commodity
  • Agriculture
  • Length
  • 19:54

With Luis Inacio Lula de Silva returning to the presidency in Brazil after 12 years, the agriculture industry anticipates its market fundamentals could be impacted by an increasingly progressive agenda. Some defining issues include how Lula's government will deal with Petrobras' fuel price policy; fuel subsidy mechanisms; regulation of the biodiesel mandate; and the Renovabio program.

In this episode, Latin America agriculture experts Beatriz Pupo, Luciana Torrezan and Nicolle Castro discuss the possible impacts of the recent presidential elections on sugar and biofuels -- not only in Brazil, but globally.

Related content:

Scenario for 2023 Brazilian biodiesel mandate remains unclear

More listening options:

Commodities Focus on Spotify

Commodities Focus Podcast on Apple Podcasts

Commodities Focus on Google Podcasts