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Brazil's Cosan Says Raizen's Gasoline And Ethanol Sales Fell As Much As 50% Amid Coronavirus Outbreak - Filing
Brazil's Cosan Reports Q3 Adjusted Net Profit Of 460.8 Mln Reais - Statement
Brazil's Cosan Reports Q2 Net Profit Of R$ 418.3 Million
Cosan SA, formerly know as Cosan SA Industria e Comercio, is a Brazil-based company primarily engaged in the oil marketing sector. The Company's activities are divided into six business segments: Raizen Energia, which produces and distributes sugarcane derivatives, such as raw sugar and hydrated ethanol, and cogenerates energy from sugarcane bagasse; Raizen Combustiveis, which distributes fuel, mainly through a network of gasoline stations under the Shell brand name; Comgas, which focuses on the natural gas distribution in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil; Radar, which is responsible for purchase, sale, management and leasing of agricultural land; Lubricants, which manufactures and sells lubricants under the Mobil brand name in Latin American market, as well as the Comma brand name in the European and Asian market, and Other, which includes investments in other businesses. The Company is a subsidiary of Cosan Ltd.
Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima
4100 / 15 andar, Itaim Bibi
Rubens Ometto Silveira Mello
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Marcos Marinho Lutz
Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chairman of the Board
Marcelo Eduardo Martins
Chief Financial Officer, Investor Relation Officer
Marcelo De Souza Scarcela Portela
Chief Legal Officer, Member of the Executive Board, Director
Burkhard Otto Cordes
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Sugar and ethanol company Cosan SA expects increased financial difficulties for some Brazilian companies in the sector as demand for the biofuel falls and prices for the sweetener hover around a 12-year low .
Sugar and ethanol company Cosan SA expects increased financial difficulties for some Brazilian companies in the sector as demand for the biofuel falls and prices for the sweetener are near a 12-year low.
Brazilian sugar and ethanol companies are going into survival mode, cutting back harvest operations and tapping into credit lines to weather the slump in fuel demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Two of Brazil's largest fuel distributors said on Monday they are cutting the amount of ethanol they will buy from local suppliers to adjust to a slump in demand amid the coronavirus lockdown in Latin America's largest economy.
Brazil's Raizen, one of the largest fuel distributors in the country, declared force majeure on contracts to buy ethanol from local mills, two sources familiar with the matter said on Monday.
Brazilian energy group Cosan on Monday announced a plan to repurchase up to 10 million shares corresponding to about 2.54% of its total capital stock, according to a securities filing.
The sharp fall in global oil prices should result in higher sugar production in Brazil in the new crop that starts in April, Ricardo Mussa, the incoming chief executive officer of the world's largest sugar producing company, Raízen, said on Monday.
The sharp fall in global oil prices should result in higher sugar production in Brazil in the new crop that starts in April, Ricardo Mussa, the incoming chief executive officer of the world's largest sugar producing company Raízen, said on Monday.
Brazilian sugar and energy company Cosan SA expects cane crushing in the new center-south season that starts in April to be larger than volumes seen in the last two crops as favorable weather improves crop prospects.
Brazilian logistics company Rumo SA reported a 47.4% jump in its fourth-quarter net income, exceeding analysts' expectations, as cost-control efforts and better financial results compensated for lackluster revenue in the period.
Brazilian sugar and ethanol companies are likely entering their best season in a long time, with favorable weather boosting new-crop prospects and an all-time low local currency increasing returns on exports.
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Brazilian energy and logistic conglomerates Cosan SA and Raízen announced executive changes at their helms on Tuesday, with both appointing new chief executives, according to a market filing.
U.S.-based financial firm Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) is planning a joint bid with Brazil's fuel distribution company Raízen for refineries put on the block by Petroleo Brasileiro SA <PETR4.SA>, two sources with knowledge of the matter said.
Brazilian food retailer GPA SA has put its network of gas stations up for sale, one person with knowledge of the matter said on Thursday.
In just two years, the Brazilian grains belt has seen surging interest from the corn-based ethanol industry, including new plans from major grain traders and energy groups. Brazil's Mato Grosso state, the country's top grains producer, is home to most projects, followed...
Chinese commodities trader COFCO, Brazilian grains group AMaggi and a Shell-Cosan joint venture are working on plans to build their first corn ethanol plants in Brazil, according to their suppliers, breaking sugarcane's lock on the biofuel locally.
Brazilian energy group Cosan Ltd said on Tuesday its subsidiary Raízen is taking part in the bidding round organized by state-run oil company Petrobras for the sale of several refineries in the country. Cosan's Chief Financial Officer Marcelo Martins told analysts and investors...
Brazilian energy group Cosan Ltd said on Tuesday its subsidiary Raízen is taking part in the bidding round organized by state-run oil company Petrobras for the sale of refineries in the country.
British oil major BP Plc and U.S. commodities trader Bunge Ltd announced on Monday the completion of a deal to combine their sugar and ethanol operations in Brazil, creating the world's second largest cane processor.
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