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DTN Daily Ethanol Comments
Wed Aug 20, 2014 12:36 PM CDT

NEW YORK (DTN) -- The Energy Information Administration released data Wednesday showing domestic ethanol inventories climbed to a three-week high last week on rising production while demand tumbled to a five-week low.

Total U.S. ethanol inventories increased for the third straight week during the week-ended Aug. 15, up 500,000 barrels (bbl), or 2.8%, to 18.3 million bbl while posting a 10.7% year-over-year gain, EIA said.

Stock increases were seen across the nation except along the PADD 3 Gulf Coast where supply declined and for the PADD 4 Rocky Mountains, where stocks held steady at 300,000 bbl.

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