According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, U.S. ethanol production was lower last week at 1.011 million barrels per day. That amount is the lowest since early October, down 12,000 on the week and 7,000 on the year.

The change is in line with holiday trends, as some plants slow operation and reduce schedules during Thanksgiving. The Renewal Fuels Association reports that the domestic supply was 21.379 million barrels, a decline of 273,000 from last week and 1.555 million from one year ago. Exports averaged 151,000 barrels per day, 73,000 higher than the week prior and the highest since EIA started reporting weekly export numbers in May.

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