Coronavirus is Latest Threat to Ethanol Industry

Cindy Zimmerman

The impact that coronavirus is having on the energy markets is just the latest threat to the solvency of the U.S. ethanol industry, coming on top of weather, trade disputes and small refinery waivers that hurt producers last year.

In a media conference call Thursday, Renewable Fuels Association leaders discussed the impact of these hits on ethanol producers and the communities and customers they serve.

Geoff Cooper, President and CEO, Renewable Fuels Association
Jeanne McCaherty, CEO, Guardian Energy Management; Vice Chairman, RFA
Randy Doyal, CEO, Al-Corn Clean Fuel; Board Member, RFA
Chad Friese, General Manager, Chippewa Valley Ethanol Co.; Board Member, RFA.
Scott Richman, Chief Economist, RFA

RFA call ethanol industry coronavirus impact (54:33)

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