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.
U.S. ethanol exports totaled 49.8 million gallons (mg) in August, a 42% increase over July’s total of 35.1 mg. Meanwhile, U.S. ethanol imports scaled to 78.4 mg, meaning the United States was a net importer for the third straight month.
Ethanol exports totaled 35.1 million gallons (mg) in July, up just 3% over June shipments. Imports totaled 56.8 mg, meaning the U.S. was a net importer for the second straight month.
U.S. ethanol exports fell to 34 million gallons (mg) in June, down 17% from May and the lowest monthly total since August 2010. Meanwhile, ethanol imports were 35.7 mg in June, meaning the U.S. was a net importer for the first time in six months.
U.S. ethanol exports totaled 40.8 million gallons (mg) in May, nearly identical to April’s total of 40.9 mg, according to recently released government data.
U.S. ethanol exports totaled 40.9 million gallons (mg) in April, down 30% from March and the lowest monthly total since November 2012. Fuel ethanol imports totaled just 17.1 mg.
Ed Hubbard had the unique opportunity to participate in the World Biofuels Conference in Seville, but despite the beautiful location, it wasn’t all love for the European Union. Current EU tariffs are proving damaging to its own demand, and the impact would spread to the global biofuel trade. It is clear that Europe’s industry would be better served with a more cooperative approach to trade relations.