Alcohol fuel, production (thousand metric tons) - for all countries


The series "Alcohol" contains 3,105 data rows in 8 data sets for 48 countries.
Ethanol (ethyl alcohol) and methanol (methyl alcohol) for use as a fuel. Ethanol can be produced from sugar, starch and cellulose and is used mainly in transport (on its own or blended with gasolene). Methanol can be produced from wood, crop residues, grass, and the like and can be used in internal combustion engines.
The data on production refer to the first stage of production.
UN Data
Alcohol fuel, production (thousand metric tons) Ethanol (ethyl alcohol) and methanol (methyl alcohol) for use as a fuel. Ethanol can be produced from sugar, starch and cellulose and is used mainly in transport (on its own or blended with gasolene). Methanol can be produced from wood, crop residues, grass, and the like and can be used in internal combustion engines.<br />The data on production refer to the first stage of production. /statistic/alcohol%20fuel%2C%20production

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United States
United States
Brazil
Brazil
China
China
Canada
Canada
Thailand
Thailand
France
France
Germany
Germany
Netherlands
Netherlands
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Argentina
Argentina
Spain
Spain
Hungary
Hungary
Belgium
Belgium
Australia
Australia
Austria
Austria
Philippines
Philippines
Paraguay
Paraguay
Poland
Poland
Sweden
Sweden
South Africa
South Africa
Slovakia
Slovakia
Czech Republic
Czech Republic
Peru
Peru
Turkey
Turkey
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Uruguay
Uruguay
Costa Rica
Costa Rica
Bulgaria
Bulgaria
Finland
Finland
Colombia
Colombia
Cuba
Cuba
Romania
Romania
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Lithuania
Ecuador
Ecuador
Ethiopia
Ethiopia
New Zealand
New Zealand
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Ireland
Italy
Italy
Switzerland
Switzerland
Latvia
Latvia

Source: UN Data