NASS published a report last month that offers comprehensive surveyed data on co-product output from the ethanol industry. The survey from USDA’s statistical arm has been a big success and is already providing badly needed information to help enhance the public’s understanding of our industry.
U.S. ethanol exports totaled 75.5 million gallons (mg) in December, down 17% from November. Meanwhile, ethanol imports jumped to 11.5 mg, the highest since May. DDGS exports rose 16% to 733,748 metric tons.
Ethanol exports totaled 90.9 million gallons in November—the highest level since December 2011. Imports hit a five-month high at 4.9 million gallons while DDGS slid to their lowest monthly level since March 2013.
U.S. ethanol exports totaled 79.2 million gallons in October, which is up 40% from September and the highest level in seven months. DDGS exports dropped 14% from the previous month, reflecting the collapse in shipments to China.
U.S. ethanol exports totaled 56.7 million gallons in September, up 5% from the previous month. Year-to-date exports stood at 590.1 mg, an increase of more than 40% compared to the same period last year.
RFA is once again partnering with the U.S. Grains Council to host the 2014 Export Exchange, a three-day conference in late October that brings together hundreds of buyers and end-users of U.S. coarse grains and co-products.
U.S. ethanol shipments in April totaled 66.4 million gallons (mg), down 21% from March. Imports for the month totaled 15.9 mg, the highest level since September 2013.