By Karl Plume CHICAGO, May 18 (Reuters) - Ethanol producers have invested billions in expansion over the past year to meet rising demand, but the fuel additive must become more widely available to motorists to remain profitable in the coming years, industry experts said. "The next step for ethanol is to expand it away from just an oxygen-based additive to gasoline," said analyst Jerry Gidel of North America Risk Management Services. The recent exceptional growth of ethanol capacity was ...
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