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Ethanol at a Glance - August 26th Edition

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For the week ending August 21, 2015 the EIA reported an implied corn for ethanol grind of 99.6 million bushels. This is down from last week’s report by 1.37 million bushels and is 7.12 million bushels below the rate needed to reach the USDA estimate of 5.2 billion bushels.
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Ethanol at a Glance - August 19th Edition

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For the week ending August 14, 2015 the EIA reported an implied corn for ethanol grind of 101.9 million bushels. This is unchanged from last week and 2.2 million bushels below the rate needed to reach the USDA estimate of 5.2 billion bushels. With 2 weeks remaining in the crop year, YTD ethanol production is just 7 million bushels behind the USDA pace.
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Ethanol at a Glance - August 5th Edition

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For the week ending July 31, 2015 the EIA reported an implied corn for ethanol grind of 100.9 million bushels. This is down 0.4 million from last week and 1.5 million bushels below the average rate needed to reach the USDA estimate of 5.2 billion bushels. This is the fourth consecutive week of declining production; however, with just 4 weeks remaining in the crop year YTD ethanol production is at 99.8% of the USDA target pace. Barring any dramatic shifts in production the USDA estimate is likely...
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Ethanol at a Glance - July 29th Edition

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Ethanol production fell for the fourth week straight with the EIA reporting an implied corn for ethanol grind of 101.3 million bushels for the week ending July 24th. This is 0.80 million bushels less than last week and 0.8 million below the rate needed to reach the USDA estimate of 5.2 billion bushels. With just 5 weeks left in the crop year, YTD ethanol production is 10.6 million bushels behind the USDA target.
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Ethanol at a Glance - July 15th Edition

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Weekly ethanol demand continued above the USDA pace needed to meet this year’s target of 5.2 billion bushels. Even though ethanol crush margins have turned negative on lower crude & gas futures / higher corn price, overall demand at the pump remains strong as U.S. drivers enjoy the cheapest summer retail prices in several years.
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Ethanol at a Glance - July 8th Edition

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For the week ending July 3rd the EIA reported an implied corn for ethanol grind of 103.64 million bushels, a 2% increase from last week. This is 4.6 million bushels above the rate needed to reach the USDA estimate. With just 8 weeks remaining in the crop year, YTD ethanol production has averaged 99.6 million bushels per week, 0.1 million bushels above the USDA average of 99.5.
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Ethanol at a Glance - June 24th Edition

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For the week ending June 19th the EIA reported an implied corn for ethanol grind of 104.37 million bushels. This is 1.5 million bushels (1.4%) above last week and a new record high. This is 4.6 million bushels (5%) above the implied rate needed to reach the USDA estimate.
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Ethanol at a Glance - June 17th Edition

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For the week ending June 5th the EIA reported an implied corn for ethanol grind of 102.9 million bushels. This is 1.3 million bushels (1.2%) below last week but 2.7 above the average rate needed to reach the USDA's 5.175 billion bushel estimate.
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Ethanol at a Glance - June 10th Edition

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For the week ending June 5th the EIA reported an implied corn for ethanol grind of 104.2 million bushels. This is 2.1 million bushels (2%) above last week and 3.75 above the average rate needed to reach the USDA's 5.175 billion bushel estimate. This week's grind tied the December 19th record high.
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Ethanol at a Glance - May 20th Edition

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For the week ending May 15th the EIA reported an implied corn for ethanol grind of 100.6 million bushels. This is 4.8 million bushels (5%) above last week and 0.6 above the average rate needed to reach the USDA's 5.200 billion bushel estimate. This week's grind was the highest since February 13th, 2015.
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