Ethanol Bust Adds to U.S. Fuel Glut and Losses Across Corn BeltBy
More capacity than demand after decade of rising fuel mandates
New era of cheap oil kills growth prospects as ADM seeks exit
The 400-or-so residents of Waltonville, Illinois, have been waiting almost a decade to cash in on the U.S. ethanol boom. Now, that day may never come as a prolonged fuel glut alters the economics of corn for communities across the Midwest.
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