Wed May 7, 2014 02:11 PM CDT

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- The Energy Information Administration projects cellulosic ethanol output and consumption would grow slowly, does not expect the $1 gallon blender's tax credit for biodiesel to be renewed, and believes there will be an increase in imported sugar-based ethanol from Brazil into the California market where the state imposed a low carbon fuel standard.

EIA today released the full content of its Annual Energy Outlook 2014, which shows a decline in gasoline consumption that would reduce the gallons of ethanol that can be used in E10 -- gasoline containing 10% ethanol by volume that is compatible with ...

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