Market Intelligence Forecast 5/5/20: Customer Q&A

Market Intelligence Forecast 5/5/20: Customer Q&A

Video shorts from the MI Feedstocks and Biofuels Weekly Webinar Report

Our team of Senior Analysts break down questions from the live Webinar audience during the call on Tuesday, May 5th, 2020. To learn more about the Feedstock & Biofuels Forecasting report, click here.

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Ryan Standard, Fats & Oils Bulletin Senior Editor

Why is an oleochemical using more soybean oil?

— John Cusick (@MIBiofuels) May 6, 2020

Tore Alden, Vegetable Oils Bulletin Senior Editor

Will #SoybeanOil prices require continuation of the rallying crude to move higher?

— John Cusick (@MIBiofuels) May 7, 2020

John Cusick, Biofuels Senior Analyst

Can you explain why the Jacobsen believes renewable diesel supplies may be uniquely unaffected by the #Covid19 situation?

— John Cusick (@MIBiofuels) May 8, 2020

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