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USGC Brings Mexican Media to US to Learn about Ethanol

Submitted by on September 11, 2017 – 3:25 pmNo Comment

by Erin Voegele (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  The U.S. Grains Council recently announced that it arranged for a group of Mexico-based energy and economy media members to travel to Denver and Chicago in August to learn about U.S. ethanol production, integration in the agricultural economy, and regulations and standards. The team visited the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Denver, as well as the University of Illinois, the American Lung Association and the U.S. EPA in Chicago. They also toured an Illinois ethanol plant.

The country now also represents a potential ethanol market of 720 million gallons thanks to a recent regulatory change that has increased the maximum about of ethanol that can be blended in Mexican gas supplies from 5.8 percent to 10 percent, except in the cities of Monterrey, Guadalajara and Mexico City. The USGC estimates the 720 million market is the equivalent to 252.6 million bushels of corn.

 The USGC also said it is working with Mexican leaders as they seek to build their own biofuels industry which would help support the rural Mexican economy and offer cleaner fuels for the Mexican people.   READ MORE

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