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Wed Mar 18, 2015 10:55 AM CDT

NEW YORK (DTN) -- U.S. ethanol supplies fell to a six-week low despite an increase in production, according to data released Wednesday, March 18, by the Energy Information Administration.

Total ethanol stockpiles fell for the third straight week, down about 400,000 barresl (bbl), or 1.7%, to 20.8 million bbl during the week-ended March 13. Total supplies are 5.5 million bbl, or 36.3%, higher than during the comparable year-ago period.

Regionally, the most noticeable stock change was in the PADD 1 East Coast where inventories were down 300,000 bbl at 7.2 million bbl. PADD 2 Midwest supplies were drawn down 100,000 ...

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