Pacific Ethanol CEO and founder Neil Koehler, reflecting on a fourth-quarter 2015 loss, says, “While the demand for ethanol continues to grow, current industry ethanol inventories remain high. We are confident that the fundamentals of ethanol as a valuable source of octane and carbon reductions will support continued growth in demand and improved production margins.”
Pacific Ethanol CEO and founder Neil Koehler, reflecting on a fourth-quarter 2015 loss, says, “While the demand for ethanol continues to grow, current industry ethanol inventories remain high. We are confident that the fundamentals of ethanol as a valuable source of octane and carbon reductions will support continued growth in demand and improved production margins.” Manny Crisostomo Sacramento Bee file
Pacific Ethanol CEO and founder Neil Koehler, reflecting on a fourth-quarter 2015 loss, says, “While the demand for ethanol continues to grow, current industry ethanol inventories remain high. We are confident that the fundamentals of ethanol as a valuable source of octane and carbon reductions will support continued growth in demand and improved production margins.” Manny Crisostomo Sacramento Bee file

Pacific Ethanol reports fourth-quarter loss, blames price slump

March 10, 2016 8:22 AM

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