Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Just four years ago, more than 80% of U.S. ethanol exports went to Brazil, Canada and the European Union. That has changed significantly by 2015.Exports to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the Philippines and India experienced the strongest growth in 2014. While the UAE is largely importing U.S. ethanol to blend with its gasoline that is later re-exported, and India is importing for industrial purpose, the Philippines has a blend mandate in place. Domestic production in the Philippines has been unable to meet its 10% blend mandate making imports necessary.Currently, the United States has a 55% market share in the Philippines and the Council is hopeful there is room to capture more. To help nurture this market, the U.S. Grains Council and its partners, Renewable Fuels Association, Growth Energy and USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service, have planned a busy summer with missions heading to the Philippines and other growing markets like China, Indonesia, India and Japan.