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EIA US weekly ethanol production rebounded 65,000 barrels for the week ending 4/14 to 1.024 million barrels, highest since February 17, on good US production margins after some plants went offline late March. US stocks increased for the first time in five weeks, by 165,000 barrels to 25.293 million. For comparison, a Bloomberg poll looked for weekly US ethanol production to be up 9,000 thousand barrels and stocks down 98,000. Cumulative early September to date US ethanol output is running 3.4% below the same pace a year earlier. US gasoline stocks increased for the first time in nine weeks, by 1.3 million barrels to 223.5 million, and implied gasoline demand fell 417,000 barrels to 8.52 million. Net production of combined finished reformulated and conventional motor gasoline with ethanol was 8.707 million barrels, down 100,000 barrels from the previous week and represents 90.9 percent of total finished motor gasoline, below the 92.7 percentage blending rate from the previous week.


US DoE Crude Oil Inventories (W/W) Apr-14: -4.581M (est -250K; prev +597K)

– Distillate Inventories: -355K (est -850K; prev -606K)

– Cushing OK Crude Inventories: -1.088M (prev -409K)

– Gasoline Inventories: +1.299M (est -1.250M; prev -330K)

– Refinery Utilization: 1.70% (est 0.70%; prev -0.30%)

EIA: US Crude Stocks In SPR Fell Last Week To Lowest Since Oct 1983





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