Ethanol demand could wane unless blend wall is lifted, analyst says

03/11/2010 | Independent (Marshall, Minn.)

Corn demand for ethanol could start to taper off this year because the ethanol industry's 15 billion-gallon capacity surpassed demand for the biofuel in 2009, according to Brad Anderson, an executive with Informa Economics. Speaking at the Farm Outlook Seminar at Southwest Minnesota State University, Anderson said that unless the government raises the ethanol-blend limit, corn-ethanol production could peak within a few years.

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