Presents information on the ethanol industry1s capability to expand its production capacity, the effects that expanded production could have on the agricultural sector and consumer food prices, and how the increased production could affect certain aspects of the federal budget. Charts and tables.Impacts from Increased Use of Ethanol Blended Fuels Oth Mullis, Oth Mullis DIANE Publishing Company ... production to 2.2 or 3.3 billion gallons per year during the next 8 years, and American farmers could supply the corn needed for this production increase. ... Corn producers would benefit the most because of the increased demand for corn to make ethanol and the resulting higher corn prices.
|Author||:||Oth Mullis, Oth Mullis DIANE Publishing Company|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1993-12-01|