Western fuel markets are being pushed higher due to lack of ethanol

March 27, 2019 |

In Oregon, Platts reports that gasoline prices in Portland have increased 33 cents per gallon since March 12 to $2.2231/gal because ethanol was not able to reach the market following a bomb cyclone the Midwest that shut down ethanol production and transport. Other Western fuel markets like in Tucson, AZ have also suffered similar price rises due to the lack of ethanol supplies while Las Vegas prices rose only half as much as in Portland.

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