Ethanol Slumps Against Gasoline on Speculation Imports to Climb

Mar 22, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Washington Post

The price difference, or spread, expanded 1.69 cents to 51.85 cents a gallon. U.S. refiners imported the biofuel in the week ended March 15 for the first time since Feb.

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Since: Mar 13

Alexandria, VA

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Mar 24, 2013
 
So first we send a whole bunch of money overseas for liquid fuels which we think is not such a great idea, and so then the try to save some of that money by switching to a different liquid fuel that we now have to send MORE money overseas to get???

Does anyone else see the stupidity in this?

Since: Mar 13

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Mar 24, 2013
 
If we really want to reduce the amount we send overseas for liquid transport fuels, perhaps we should build Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors and use their output energy to make nuclear ammonia for transport fuel. And if you really don't like ammonia, we can make liquid fuels from the CO2 in the air and water.

Since: May 13

Ahmedabad, India

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Jun 18, 2013
 
The lump is a natural process and is surely gone to be affecting the sale and the revenue generation in any industry including the chemical and petrolium too.

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