Ethanol pipelines

02/18/2008
Many issues surround ethanol’s growing prevalence as a component of the US gasoline pool. These include subsidies for its production, the relative distillation efficiency of various source products, import tariffs, the effect on prices of various food products, and the potential overuse of groundwater supplies. The issues also include its efficient transport from sources of production to consuming centers.The American Coalition for Ethanol placed 2007 US ethanol production at 6.8 billion gal and expects 9 billion gal to be produced this year. The Renewable Fuels Association counts 131 ethanol refineries operating as of November 2007, with 10 expansions and 72 newbuild plants in the ...
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