Ore. ethanol plant will have a market if it reopens, official says

02/17/2013 | SustainableBusinessOregon.com

If the former Cascade Grain Products 110-million-gallon-per-year ethanol plant in Clatskanie, Ore., reopens this year, it will have a ready market for its output, officials said. Thanks to federal and state renewable fuel standards, Oregon's ethanol consumption reached about 210 million gallons last year, but just 40 million gallons of that originated in the state, said Rick Wallace, a senior policy analyst for the state Department of Energy.

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