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George Orwel DTN Energy Reporter
Mon Nov 17, 2014 10:32 AM CST

After gaining 4.0 cents last week, 2014 D4 Renewable Identification Numbers, the credits used by refiners, blenders and importers to show compliance with annual blending mandates stated in the Renewable Fuels Standard, were flat in starting the second half of November.

"I think that there's still demand for biodiesel but the (physical) price has been falling off based on price for other types of fuels," said Pete Moss, president and biodiesel analyst for Frazier Barnes and Associates, Memphis, Tennessee.

"But there's still demand for biodiesel so RINs are helping to make us some of that difference."

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