Chinese ethanol imports surged to a total of 94,051 cu m in November, from 16,043 cu m in October, with both denatured and undenatured imports showing strong growth, latest customs data showed Thursday. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Indonesia was the largest supplier of denatured ethanol to China in November after a hiatus of three months, with volumes reaching 59,924 cu m. The supply could have originated from the US, as the Southeast Asian country produces only a limited volume of ethanol, a trader said. No imports were seen from Malaysia for the second straight month. US customs had previously reported exporting 50,602 cu m of denatured ethanol to Malaysia in September, and this could possibly be re-exported to China further out. China also imported 3,780 cu m of denatured ethanol from Pakistan in November, up from a negligible volume […]