EIA: Domestic Ethanol Production Fell 4.6%% Last Week
6/12 9:52 AM
EIA: Domestic Ethanol Production Fell 4.6% Last Week OAKHURST, N.J. (DTN) -- Overall ethanol production in the United States averaged 1.023 million bpd in the week ended June 7, down 49,000 bpd week-on-week and 5,000 bpd, or 0.5% higher than in the same week last year, the latest Energy Information Administration data show. Four-week average output at 1.045 million bpd was 35,000 bpd above the same four weeks last year. Midwest ethanol production averaged 967,000 bpd, down 45,000 bpd week-on-week and 6,000 bpd, or 0.6% higher than in the same week last year. Four-week average output at 987,000 bpd was 31,000 bpd above the same four weeks last year. Ethanol blending activity in the U.S. averaged 912,000 bpd, up 4,000 bpd week-on-week and 1,000 bpd, or 0.1% lower than in the same week last year. Four-week average blender demand at 923,000 bpd was 9,000 bpd above the same four weeks last year. Blender inputs at the East Coast were up 4,000 bpd on the week while inputs in the Midwest were up 3,000 bpd, down 5,000 bpd on the Gulf Coast and up 2,000 bpd on the West Coast. Domestic ethanol inventories ended the week at 23.222 million bbl, up 170,000 bbl week-on-week and 996,000 bbl, or 4.3% higher than in the same week last year. East Coast PADD 1 inventories ended the week at 7.087 million bbl, down 54,000 bbl week-on-week and 356,000 bbl, or 5% higher than in the same week last year. Midwest PADD 2 inventories ended the week at 9.4 million bbl, up 22,000 bbl week-on-week and 916,000 bbl, or 9.7% higher than in the same week last year. Gulf Coast PADD 3 inventories ended the week at 4.109 million bbl, up 364,000 bbl week-on-week and 310,000 bbl, or 7.5% lower than in the same week last year. West Coast PADD 5 inventories ended the week at 2.276 million bbl, down 158,000 bbl week-on-week and 57,000 bbl, or 2.5% higher than in the same week last year. (c) Copyright 2024 DTN, LLC. All rights reserved.
 
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