- Pacific Ethanol (PEIX +1.7%) ticks higher after the American Petroleum Institute express concern that the EPA may raise ethanol requirements from its 2014 proposal.
- "Almost half of 2014 is behind us, yet EPA still hasn't finalized the ethanol requirements for this year," API says. "As the process continues to grind along, we are also concerned that EPA will raise ethanol requirements from its 2014 proposal, based on the specious reasoning that E85 - a mixture of up to 85 percent ethanol with 15 percent gasoline - is a workable solution. It is not."
- Other relevant names are all lower: GPRE -1%, REGI -1.4%, BIOF -1.3%, REX -0.1%, ANDE -0.3%, ADM -1.1%.
at MarketWatch.com (Sep 11, 2014)