Ethanol Outlook
Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Mon Jan 26, 2015 08:32 AM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- Serious doubts about the future of the Renewable Fuel Standard and falling gasoline prices didn't deter the U.S. ethanol industry in 2014. Ethanol profits were solid, leading many experts to believe the industry is in a position to weather storms in 2015.

While the corn-based ethanol industry is healthy, chances are good the future of the RFS may have reached a crossroads. Speculation about what the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will do with the RFS in 2015 and debate about potential reform could lead to real-world effects in the ethanol industry.

Corn prices were low enough in ...

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