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Ethanol at a Glance - May 4th Edition

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For the week ending on April 29, 2016 corn used to make ethanol totaled 96.9 million bushels. This crop year's cumulative corn used for ethanol production now stands at 3.563 billion bushels. Corn use needs to average just 93.7 million bushels per week to reach this crop year's USDA target of 5.250 billion bushels.
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Ethanol at a Glance - April 20th Edition

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For the week ending on April 15, 2016 corn used in last week's production came in at 98.6 million bushels. This crop year's cumulative corn used for ethanol production is 3.270 billion bushels. Corn use needs to average just 94.0 million bushels per week to meet this crop year's recently adjusted USDA estimate of 5.250 billion bushels. See below.
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Ethanol at a Glance - April 13th Edition

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For the week ending on April 8, 2016 corn used in last week's production came in at 98.5 million bushels – down four million bushels from last week. Although a dip in production this time of year is in line with past seasonal patterns it is worth noting that this is the first time in which production has dipped below USDA target average grind. This crop year's cumulative corn used for ethanol production for this crop year is 3.270 billion bushels. Corn use needs to average just 94.3 million bus...
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Ethanol at a Glance - March 30th Edition

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For the week ending on March 18, 2016 corn used in last week's production is estimated at 104.16 million bushels. This crop year's cumulative corn used for ethanol production for this crop year is 3.06 billion bushels. Corn use needs to average just 93.7 million bushels per week to meet this crop year's USDA estimate of 5.225billion bushels. See below.
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Ethanol at a Glance - March 23rd Edition

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For the week ending on March 18, 2016 the EIA reported a corn for ethanol grind of 104.5 million bushels.. Crush margins pulled back sharply this past week while inventories are down 788,000 barrels from the recent high. The rate needed to meet the USDA 5.225 Billion bushel target continues to fall, now pegged at 94.2 million bushels per week. See below...
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Ethanol At A Glance - February 10th Edition

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For the week ending on February 5, 2016 the EIA reported a corn for ethanol grind of 101.7 million bushels – up a million from the week prior. Ethanol stocks this week posted an all-time record high at 22.95 million barrels. Weekly grind going forward to meet the USDA target is pegged at 96.1 million bushels per week. See below.
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Ethanol at a Glance - January 13th Edition

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For the week ending on January 8, 2016 the EIA reported a corn for ethanol grind of 105.3 million bushels. Once again the story for ethanol this week: strong production despite weak crush margins. Weekly grind going forward to meet the USDA target is pegged at 96.0 million bushels per week.
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Ethanol at a Glance - December 30th Edition

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For the week ending on December 25, 2015 the EIA reported a corn for ethanol grind of 104.2 million bushels – up by 2 million bushels. Weekly grind going forward to meet the USDA target is pegged at 96.5 million bushels per week. See below.
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Ethanol at a Glance - December 23rd Edition

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For the week ending on December 18, 2015 the EIA reported a corn for ethanol grind of 102.17 million bushels. Grind rebounded this past week – down by 2.83 million bushels. This pegs the weekly grind going forward to meet the USDA target at 96.7 million bushels per week. See below.
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Ethanol at a Glance - December 16th Edition

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For the week ending on December 11, 2015 the EIA reported a corn for ethanol grind of 105 million bushels - up by 730,000 bushels from the week prior. The weekly corn grind going forward needed to reach the current USDA estimate is pegged at 100 million bushels per week. See below.
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