Inside December 2018

Features

Closed Doors, Open Windows

BY Lisa Gibson FROM THE DECEMBER ISSUE: Tariffs in China and Brazil have deeply affected U.S. ethanol exports, but other markets remain, new ones are opening and opportunities still abound for the world’s lowest-cost octane. READ MORE

Immovable Objects

BY Matt Thompson FROM THE DECEMBER ISSUE: Railroad delays in 2014 forced ethanol plants to slow production or find other ways to move their products. Four years later, the situation has improved, but rail traffic is on the rise again. READ MORE

Relieving the Pressure

BY Susanne Retka Schill FROM THE DECEMBER ISSUE: There’s movement at last to obtain an RVP waiver for E15, but it might not come in time to make a difference next year. READ MORE

Contributions

True Value

BY Jerry Shurson FROM THE DECEMBER ISSUE: The actual nutritional and economic appraisal of DDGS is more complex than simply measuring profat content. READ MORE