Margins are stressed by rising corn prices, but NDSU Extension Bioenergy Economist David Ripplinger says ethanol refineries are making it work. “E10 is the fuel we use so the refiners and blenders are always looking for ethanol for blending requirements. There’s a home for the ethanol. For the most part, the refineries can make it work, but it is not as great as it could be or would be if corn prices were lower.”
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