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George Orwel DTN Energy Reporter
Wed Feb 12, 2014 04:09 PM CST

Data released Wednesday morning from the EIA posted increases in overall ethanol production and overall stocks through the end of last week. This moved total stocks through the first week of February to 718.2 million gallons.

This is a 2.4% bounce over levels seen at the end of January, but is still 12.5% under year-ago levels. The reduced ethanol supplies for the year are being eroded by the increasing production levels seen in the market. Weekly ethanol production increased nearly 300,000 gallons from the week previous, and is 14.3% over year-ago levels.

Although demand for ethanol is starting to creep ...

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