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Myke Feinman Refine Fuels Reporter
Thu Jul 25, 2013 01:03 PM CDT

To meet the mandated Renewable Fuel Standard mandate of 13.8 billion gallons of renewable fuel this year, corn ethanol production must average 1.222 billion gallons a month for the rest of the year, an analyst asserted.

"We have to average 1.222 billion gallons per month for the rest of the year to max the corn ethanol category, which is very close to peak production of 1.225 billion, and we would have to accelerate production up to that level very soon," said Michael Walker, quantitative analyst for Augsburg Energy, Ramsey, N.J.

He said the scenario points to a strong possibility of ...

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