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Wednesday 05/15/13

NYH Spot Ethanol Value Ease as Production Ramps Up

U.S. spot ethanol prices eased in New York in early trade Wednesday, as a rebound in weekly U.S. ethanol production offset rising demand and a drop in total inventories.

New York Harbor May-delivered ethanol was talked at $2.76 gallon, reflecting a 10 cents premium to prompt Argo ethanol prices. That spread has been trading at a 15 cents-to-20 cents N.Y. premium since last week as tight supply along the East Coast pushed up prices at the Harbor.

Today's narrowing transportation differential reflects a return to a normal spread, said an analyst.

George Orwel can be reached at george.orwel@telventdtn.com.

Posted at 2:13PM CDT 05/15/13 by George Orwel
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