Reduced Renewable Diesel Consumption in OR Lowers Credit Bank

Reduced Renewable Diesel Consumption in OR Lowers Credit Bank

** Notice** The Jacobsen will discontinue reporting various price points beginning in February 2021. Regional biodiesel reporting as well as The Jacobsen B100 Index will be removed in favor of additional biodiesel and renewable diesel price points. Renewable Diesel (cents/gal) California LA will be eliminated along with Biodiesel LA CA dlvd ($/MT). International reporting will be adjusted to better reflect both the Renewable Diesel and Biodiesel Market.

 

Sharp Decline in CFP Credit Bank During Q3 of 2020  

The third quarter of 2020 was markedly different from the second quarter.  Deficit production within Oregon’s CFP program increased 31 percent as gasoline demand increased 54 percent.  Gasoline use accounted for 64 percent of the third quarter deficits while diesel consumption was 31 percent.  Credit…

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06.24.2024

Stable biodiesel production leaves supply, prices unchanged in crude glycerin market

Stable biodiesel production leaves supply, prices unchanged in crude glycerin market

Glycerin prices held steady on Monday June 24, with producers and traders reporting little change to begin the week.

Crude glycerin traders were quoting the market in the...

06.24.2024

Cattle slaughter continues to lag 2022, 2023 levels

Cattle slaughter continues to lag 2022, 2023 levels

Six cars of technical tallow traded at 54 cents per lb Chicago on Monday June 24, and separately two cars of edible tallow traded up to 56 cents per...

06.24.2024

Hog slaughter slightly higher into July; May cattle placed on feed higher

Hog slaughter slightly higher into July; May cattle placed on feed higher

The US domestic protein market was quiet on Monday June 24, with no price changes reported.

US hog slaughter
Fastmarkets’ research team forecasts hog slaughter at 2.38 million...

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