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Ethanol Industry Can't Wait for Deal

More Midwest ethanol plants will go dark unless the president takes action

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Dozens of oil refineries were given exemptions so they don't have use ethanol, and farmers say it's adding up, reports Nebraska TV.

By some estimates, it has reduced the demand for corn by a billion bushels over the last two years.

In a recent letter to the Wall Street Journal, Nebraska-based Green Plains CEO Todd Becker wrote the Trump administration is wearing out its welcome.

A board member of an ethanol plant near Sioux City, IA, said they're paying 42 employees, but shut the plant down.

Kelly Nieuwenhuis said the Siouxland Energy plant has little debt, but hasn't made a profit in 14 months.

Most agree the recent Japan trade deal is a step in the right direction, because it lowers tariffs on ethanol.

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