U.S. ethanol production is up 6% from the five-year average
For the week ending Apr. 22, U.S. weekly ethanol production was 963,000 barrels per day (bpd), 6 percent above the five-year average and up 2 percent week on week. Production this season continues to be up each week in volume vs. last season.
Ethanol ending stocks for the week were just under 24.0 million barrels, a 15-week low but up 21 percent YOY.
Weekly blending and refining use was 885,000 bpd, a three-week low but up about 1 percent YOY.
Weekly U.S. ethanol production by season
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