Thu Nov 13, 2014 03:15 PM CST

NEW YORK (DTN) -- Ethanol inventories in the United States increased for the second straight week ended Nov. 7 to a three-week high as production climbed while blending demand remained steady, the Energy Information Administration reported on Thursday, Nov. 13.

Total ethanol stocks surged 536,000 barrels (bbl) to 17.705 million bbl during the first week of November, climbing 2.6 million bbl, or 18.8%, above the level seen a year earlier.

The stock builds were reported in PADD 2 Midwest, PADD 3 Gulf Coast and PADD 5 West Coast, while flat in the PADD 4 Rocky Mountain region and PADD 1 ...

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