Ethanol crush margins finally looking better, except for those with debt service

October 24, 2019 |

In Nebraska, DTN reports that crush margins for ethanol plants have improved significantly since August 1 on the back of producers cutting back their own production to help support the market as a whole. Prices have risen in response, leaving debt-free plants able to start moving into profit although those still carrying a debt-load remain in red numbers of negative 19 cents per gallons, DTN’s hypothetical 50 million gallon ethanol plant in South Dakota shows.

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