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Wed Feb 26, 2014 11:24 AM CST

CRANBURY, N.J. (DTN) -- The domestic supply of ethanol was drawn down even as U.S. production plants ramped up output to a one-month high during the week-ended Feb. 21, the Energy Information Administration reported Wednesday, with the decline in supply occurring as ethanol blending into gasoline increased to a more than two-month high.

EIA showed a 200,000 barrel (bbl) decline in ethanol stocks to 17.0 million bbl, with supply in the PADD 2 Midwest drawn down 200,000 bbl to 6.7 million bbl from a one-year high. Ethanol stocks for the PADD 3 Gulf Coast were drawn down 100,000 bbl to ...

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