Ethanol fuels good news for demand

December 2015
Wisconsin Agriculturist;Dec2015, Vol. 246 Issue 12, p69
The article reports on the strong demand of ethanol fuels in the U.S. and mentioned that ethanol prices are more expensive than gasoline prices.


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