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US Ethanol price down 28% in September

“Demand for gas went off a cliff in early September, and ethanol blending fell off with it,” said Geoff Cooper, senior vice president at the Renewable Fuels Association, a trade group for ethanol makers. Ethanol futures plunged 28% last month,

Ethanol at six-week low on EIA report

Last week, Ethanol declined to a six-week low after a government report showed production of the biofuel rose to a record. Ethanol futures for August tumbled 3.7% to $1.991 a gallon in Chicago. Corn futures for July, meanwhile, stood 1.0%

Ethanol price falling on more corn output

Ethanol dropped to the lowest price in more than three years, expanding its discount to gasoline, on speculation the corn harvest will enable distillers to increase production of the biofuel. Denatured ethanol for November delivery fell 1.2 cents, or 0.7

Corn prices tumble to 3-year low

CBOT corn for September delivery ended down 2-3/4 cents at $4.89-1/4 a bushel after bottoming out at $4.88-1/4 earlier in the session. The intraday low was the lowest price for front-month corn since $4.87-3/4 on Oct. 7, 2010. New-crop corn

US ethanol industry hit by midwest drought
Rising Corn Acreage Failing to Meet U.S. Feed, Ethanol Use (1) –

U.S. corn planting will expand to cover the second-largest area since World War II this year and still fail to meet demand for feed and ethanol, driving prices to their highest in at least 34 years. Corn will rise 5.7

Corn Futures Surge on Lower Forecast –

Federal forecasters predict U.S. corn supplies will hit lows not seen in 15 years as record ethanol production raised new concerns about whether farmers can keep pace with demand for grain. The U.S. Department of Agriculture cut its estimate of