U.S. ethanol producers hit blend wall, shift to biochemicals

Higher value end products, consumer demand, and corporate sustainability initiatives are responsible for the increasing emphasis on ethanol derived bio-based chemicals. These demand drivers are coupled with available ethanol supply, leading to a near term opportunity in ethanol derived chemical e...

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