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Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Jun 10, 2014 11:49 AM CDT

OAKHURST, N.J. (DTN) -- The Energy Information Administration on Tuesday said domestic ethanol production in May averaged 926,000 barrels per day (bpd), the highest level of the year.

The agency revised higher its ethanol production forecast for this year to 920,000 bpd from 911,000 bpd in last month's STEO, while increasing its forecast for 2015 to 935,000 bpd from 922,000 bpd a month ago.

Biodiesel production averaged 89,000 bpd in 2013 and is forecast averaging 81,000 bpd this year, down 3,000 bpd from month prior estimates. In 2015, biodiesel production is expected to average 84,000 bpd, revised down 2,000 bpd ...

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