Brazil is the world’s largest producer of sugar-based ethanol, producing about 16 billion litres (3.52 billion gallons) a year and using 14.5 billion litres at home, where cars run on a 25 percent ethanol gasoline blend. It accounts for around half of the world’s total output.
The United States, the world’s biggest oil user, is the second-largest biofuel producer after Brazil. About 12 percent of the US corn crop is projected to be used for ethanol in the coming year.
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