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George Orwel DTN Energy Reporter
Tue Oct 25, 2011 02:23 PM CDT

NEW YORK (DTN) -- U.S. ethanol exports to Europe are likely to decline after the European Commission last week approved a resolution that will change the classification of ethanol allowable at the lower tariff rate, said an industry analyst.

Tim Richardson, vice president for fuel services at market research firm Jim Jordan Associates in Houston, told Telvent DTN in an interview today that the export volume to Europe of gasoline with up to 90% ethanol blend, or the E90 ethanol specification, has already seen a decrease of as much as a quarter of normal monthly levels so far in October, ...

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