Ethanol At A Glance


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.


Inventories are down 168,000 barrels.

Crush margins remain well below the breakeven providing producers with some of the lowest margins in months.

Gasoline demand came strong at 9.6% above the three year average.

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