Ethanol crush margin moves back into positive territory on slightly lower stocks

December 25, 2017 |

In Illinois, Platts reports the crush margin has moved back into positive territory after falling to minus 0.23 cent/gal early last week. On Thursday, the margin rose back to 2.30 cents/gal thanks to bullish data from the Energy Information Administration showing slightly lower stocks of 282,000 barrels in the in the Midwest during the week ended December 15. The margin was last negative in early 2016. Despite slightly lower stocks, they were still more than 1.5 million barrels higher than during the same week in 2016.

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