Annual ethanol review highlights resilience, greener practices and improved production efficiencies as margins tighten.
In Minnesota, the latest 53-page annual ethanol industry report was released by Christianson & Associates, PLLP (C&A), has been released. The report provides analysis of changes and trends for a broad cross-section of the ethanol industry over the most recent six calendar quarters (January 2011-June 2012) – and Christianson reports that it sees “resilience, greener practices and improved production efficiencies as margins tighten.” The information in the report is gleaned from actual production data gathered from plants throughout the United States and Canada who participate in the Biofuels Benchmarking™ program administered by C&A. “By aggressively seeking out additional co-product revenue streams,” commented John Christianson, principal partner at C&A, “plants can continue to remain profitable despite leaner margins.”
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