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Wed Sep 18, 2013 11:51 AM CDT

NEW YORK (DTN) -- U.S. fuel ethanol inventories were drawn down to a 10-week low last week, falling 100,000 barrels (bbl) to 16.2 million bbl during the week-ended Sept. 13 as output from domestic processing plants dropped 1.2%, the Energy Information Administration reported Wednesday.

At 16.178 million bbl, total ethanol supplies are 3.1 million bbl, or 16.3%, lower than a year ago, the EIA data show.

Regionally, the stock draws were reported in PADD 1 East Coast, where supplies fell 300,000 bbl to 5.8 million bbl, and in PADD 5 West Coast, where inventories dropped 200,000 bbl to 2.1 million ...

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