The US Energy Information Administration on Tuesday adjusted its forecast for US ethanol blending with gasoline in the remainder of 2018 in its August Short-Term Energy Outlook but left the production forecast unchanged. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The outlook showed blending ticked higher in July than originally forecast, which bumped the forecast average for the whole year slightly higher to 945,000 b/d from 941,000 b/d in the July outlook. For the remainder of the year, the EIA expects 957,500 b/d of ethanol blending into gasoline, up slightly from the August-December expectation of 957,400 b/d in the July outlook. The ethanol production forecast for the whole of 2018 remained at an average of 1.04 million b/d. July’s average production rate was inline with the EIA’s forecast of 1.06 million b/d, released in the July outlook. The EIA’s forecast for gasoline […]