NEWS
Wed Dec 4, 2013 01:45 PM CST

CRANBURY, N.J. (DTN) -- Ethanol supply in the United States edged higher from a record low, production eased and blending demand remained steady during the week-ended Nov. 29, according to data released Wednesday, Dec. 4, by the Energy Information Administration.

Total U.S. ethanol stocks increased 100,000 barrels (bbl) to 15.1 million bbl from a record low, matching the late-October low in supply. Ethanol supply totaled 19.3 million bbl during the corresponding year-ago period and at 17.9 million bbl for the comparable week in 2011.

EIA weekly supply data for ethanol began in June 2010.

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