Ringneck Energy thinks it can beat the trend and stay afloat in tough market

September 2, 2019 |

In South Dakota, Ringneck Energy’s CEO told Platts in an interview that the 80 million gallon per year facility expects to weather the current storms in the ethanol market that has forced more than a dozen ethanol plants to idle thanks to its modern technology and affordable feedstock. Many plants have suffered from negative ethanol margins, which Platts last assessed on August 9 at negative 11.62 cents per gallon, but Ringneck says it is surrounded by cheaper corn that won’t eat into its margins.

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