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Ethanol At a Glance - May 7th Edition

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For the week ending May 2nd the EIA reported an ethanol projected corn grind of 94.5 million bushels, 0.4 million bushels less than last week and 4.1 million below the implied rate needed to reach the USDA estimate.
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Ethanol At a Glance - April 30th Edition

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For the week ending April 25th the EIA reported an ethanol projected corn grind of 95.0 million bushels, 1.3 million bushels less than last week and 3.4 million below the implied rate needed to reach the USDA estimate.
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Ethanol At a Glance - April 23rd Edition

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For the week ending April 18th the EIA pegged the corn for ethanol grind at 96.24 million bushels, 3 million bushels less than last week and 2 million below the implied rate needed to reach the USDA estimate. Crop year to date corn grind is 40 million bushels behind pace with 19 weeks remaining in the crop year.
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Ethanol At a Glance - April 16th Edition

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The U.S. Energy Information Administration reported corn for ethanol grind for the week ending 4/11/14 at 99.3 million bushels, 5% higher than last week and the highest grind since December. Year to date ethanol grind is now just 40 million bushels behind the projected USDA pace with 20 weeks remaining in the crop year.
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Ethanol At a Glance - April 9th Edition

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The EIA pegged corn for ethanol grind for the week ending 4/4/14 at 94.8 million bushels, 3% lower than last week but just 3 million bushels behind the implied pace needed to reach the USDA estimate. Year to date ethanol grind is just 43 million bushels behind pace with 21 weeks remaining in the crop year. Ethanol stocks climbed for the fourth consecutive week. Stocks are now up 10% or 1.5 million barrels from their crop year low. Gasoline production & demand are both above their 3yr average, ad...
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Ethanol At a Glance - April 2nd Edition

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Yesterday the EIA pegged corn for ethanol grind for the week of 3/28 at 97.51 million bushels, a 4% increase from last week and right under the implied rate needed to reach the USDA estimate. Stocks increased for the third straight week, but remain well below the levels we saw in February.
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Ethanol At a Glance - March 26th Edition

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For the week ending March 21st corn grind for ethanol came in at 93.6 million bushels, a slight drop from last week but 4.4 million bushels below the implied rate needed to reach the USDA estimate. With 23 weeks left in the crop year the year to date grind is 43 million bushels behind pace. The EIA reported ethanol stocks increased for the first time since mid-February. Nearby ethanol futures have come down from the contract high on March 24th but remain above April RBOB gasoline futures. A pr...
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Ethanol At a Glance - March 19th Edition

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Ethanol At a Glance - March 19th Edition
April Ethanol futures put in a new contract high as this week’s EIA Energy Report pegged ethanol stocks at the lowest level since November 2013. Corn for ethanol grind came in at 94.2 million bushels, almost 4 million below the rate needed to reach the USDA’s 5 billion bushel estimate but remains down just 41 million bushels at mid point in the crop year. With the seasonal rise in gasoline demand upon us, blenders are forced to pay higher nearby prices as limited tanker availabili...
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Ethanol At a Glance - March 12th Edition

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Ethanol At a Glance - March 12th Edition
In this week’s ethanol report, corn grind came in almost 6 million bushels below the annualized rate needed to meet the USDA’s end of year target and the smallest weekly corn grind since January 10th, 2014. For the crop year, corn for ethanol is 39 million bushels behind pace. Ethanol stocks fell sharply with the biggest single week decline of the year and are now at the lowest level since December 27th, 2013. Gasoline demand ramped up but the use of ethanol as an octane booster for ...
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Ethanol At a Glance - March 5th Edition

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Ethanol At a Glance - March 5th Edition
In this week’s ethanol report, corn grind came in almost 3 million bushels below the annualized rate needed to meet the USDA’s end of year target. For the crop year, corn for ethanol is 37 million bushels behind pace. Ethanol stocks fell for the second consecutive week now at the lowest level since January 10th, 2014. Nearby ethanol futures have risen vs. gasoline over the past 5 weeks, erasing 40% of the advantage ethanol holds over RBOB as an octane booster.  Rail car availa...
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