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Wed Feb 5, 2014 02:49 PM CST

Pine Lake Corn Extends Ethanol Marketing Deal with Murex

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- Pine Lake Corn Processors LLC extended its ethanol marketing agreement with Murex LLC, Murex said in a news release Tuesday, Feb. 4.

Pine Lake originally hired Murex as its ethanol marketer May 2012. Under the agreement, Murex purchases 100% of Pine Lake's production and moves it to market.

"Murex has played a very important role in PLCP's financial success over the past two years," said James Broghammer, CEO of Pine Lake.

Murex LLC, headquartered in Addison, Texas, markets and distributes domestic ethanol, export ethanol, Renewable Identification Numbers, ...

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