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Thu Feb 20, 2014 02:44 PM CST

CRANBURY, N.J. (DTN) -- The supply of ethanol in the United States increased 1.0 million barrels (bbl) to a 17.2 million bbl seven-month high during the second week of February, the Energy Information Administration reported late Thursday morning in its holiday-delayed weekly supply report.

Ethanol supply in the PADD 2 Midwest producer region surged 500,000 bbl to 6.9 million bbl during the week, the highest stock level for the region in a year. In contrast, ethanol inventory along the PADD 1 East Coast was drawn down 300,000 bbl to 5.0 million bbl, the lowest supply level for the region since ...

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