U.S. ethanol output falls 1.8 pct, supplies rise

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* Output falls 1.8 pct to 902,000 bpd * Stockpiles climb to 21.51 mln bbls May 31 (Reuters) - Supplies of U.S. ethanol continued to rise in the last week even though output dropped nearly 2 percent, the Energy Information Administration reported on Thursday. U.S. ethanol supplies were pegged at 21.51 million barrels, up 110,000 barrels for the week that ended May 25. Production fell 17,000 barrels a day to 902,000 barrels per day, ending a series of four consecutive weekly output gains, ...

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