3/16/2010

Abundant supplies of ethanol, an expected bumper corn crop and a 45-cent-per-gallon tax credit for blending ethanol with gasoline have meant a price difference of more than $1 a gallon between ethanol and gasoline and driven blending volumes up by 20%. Ethanol's popularity could be temporary, however, and may fade when corn prices rise and gas prices fall.

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