USDA raises forecast for 2023-’24 corn use in ethanol

November 10, 2023

BY Erin Voegele



Related Stories

Continuum Ag launches billion bushel challenge

Article image

By Continuum Ag

an hour ago


With an estimated 6 billion bushels being used for ethanol production next year, Continuum Ag has set their sights on helping the industry SCORE (Carbon Intensity Score) over a billion bushels in 2024.

Read More

The USDA has announced 2023 corn production for grain is currently forecast at a record high 15.2 billion bushels, up 1 percent from the agency’s October forecast, according to the USDA’s Nov. 9 Crop Production report.

Read More

As the era of high-tech corn receiving coalesces with the rise of 2-million-plus-bushel grain bins, ethanol plants are becoming known for feedstock receiving and storage systems that are fast, efficient and massive.

Read More

UNICA, the Brazilian sugarcane industry association, has announced that both sugarcane processing and ethanol production were up during the first half of October. Ethanol sales were also up when compared to the same period of last year.

Read More

U.S. biofuels operable production capacity was up slightly in August, with a small gain for ethanol, according to data released by the U.S. EIA on Oct. 31. Feedstock consumption was down slightly from the previous month.

Read More

Upcoming Events

Sign up for our e-newsletter!
BBI International Logo

@ Copyright 2023 - BBI International - All rights reserved.