STAFF BLOG REPUBLIC INSIDER A wee crack in Thune's debt-ceiling position
So the debt ceiling drama is over (sort of) and SD's mighty 3 all voted 'yes.' (We'll discuss that soon.)
Meanwhile, South Dakota's junior senator - who's been all over the TV talking about this - ma... Posted on 8/3/11 at 12:27 AM
U.S. Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., this week sent a letter along with several of his colleagues urging evaluation of a recent decision by the European Commission to impose a country-wide anti-dumping duty on exports of U.S. ethanol.
The Sioux Falls-based company during the downtime made about $14 million in upgrades, including adding a more efficient evaporator, a new administration building and scale house and a new control system.
CHICAGO — Corn supplies in the United States, the biggest grower, are shrinking at the fastest pace in almost four decades as improving demand from ethanol refiners drains reserves already diminished by drought.
LONDON — Brazilian ethanol prices trading above raw sugar futures for the first time in almost two years are spurring speculation that millers will favor making the biofuel over the sweetener in the season starting in April.
DES MOINES, Iowa — After decades of talk, the ethanol industry is building multimillion dollar refineries in several states that will use corn plant residue, wood scraps and even garbage to produce the fuel additive.
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