Ethanol production slips ahead of potential rail strike

November 30, 2022 |

In Washington, Brownfield Ag reports Energy Information Administration data shows ethanol production has already started to reflect concerns about a potential rail strike that could bring the ethanol industry, and many others, to a halt by cutting volumes last week to 1.018 million barrels a day, 23,000 bpd lower than the week before. The crush margin has also dropped slightly below the cost of production, which could have influenced production runs. The first ethanol imports came into the West Coast last week as well, 7.35 million gallons of likely Brazilian sugarcane ethanol into California.

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