Thu Jan 22, 2015 11:42 AM CST

CRANBURY, N.J. (DTN) -- Ethanol supply in the United States increased for the fourth consecutive week during the week-ended Jan. 16, with inventory at a two-year high while production from domestic plants edged up to a one-month high, the Energy Information Administration reported late Thursday morning.

EIA showed a 200,000 barrel (bbl) gain in U.S. ethanol supply to a 20.4 million bbl two-year high, with inventory 3.4 million bbl, or 20.0%, greater than the comparable year-ago period.

Supply increased 400,000 bbl in the East Coast PADD 1 region to 6.9 million bbl, with stocks in the Midwest PADD 2 producer ...

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