NEWS
Thu May 16, 2013 10:39 AM CDT

NEW YORK (DTN) -- Fuel ethanol stocks in the United States were drawn down again during the week-ended May 10, falling 400,000 barrels (bbl), or 2.5%, to a 16.4 million bbl 29-month low despite an increase in weekly production by plants across the nation, according to the latest set of data from the Energy Information Administration released Wednesday.

Total ethanol stockpiles as of May 10, down 4.2 million bbl, or 20.4%, from a year earlier, are at their lowest point since early Dec. 3, 2010, when inventories were at 16.384 million bbl.

On regional basis, PADD 1 East Coast inventories ...

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