U.S. ethanol exports have boomed in recent months, with shipments going to dozens of energy-thirsty countries, including the Middle East, the Renewable Fuels Assn. reports. It’s a sharp turnaround for the sector, as the U.S. for the last decade has been a net importer of ethanol. Government data shows the U.S. exported more than 45 million gallons (170 million L) of ethanol in March, with first-quarter exports exceeding 83 million gallons (314 million L). “While this is welcome news ...
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