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Understand how to leverage export data for key insights into the ethanol supply chain
This webinar has already taken place on Tuesday, September 19, 2017. Please fill out the form on the right to watch the recording.
With PADD 3 comprising over 70 percent of total U.S. ethanol exports in 2017, the importance of having timely, reliable information on PADD 3 exports is extremely vital within the current uncertain market. Through the month of June, ethanol has been leaving the country at approximately 2 million barrels per month with the expectation that this will continue throughout the rest of the year. There are multiple products that provide information on the storage and production of domestic ethanol. However, the lack of real-time information on exports creates a void in the supply chain.
Watch the on-demand webinar and join Genscape’s Agriculture & Biofuel experts, Creed Gann and Jim Venhoff, for an inside look at how the Ethanol Export Monitor product is created and how it can be used to fill the existing gaps in domestic ethanol supply and demand.
Topics covered in this webinar:
- PADD 3 ethanol export trends
- Current year vs. previous years
- Methods of tracking ethanol exports
- What is the market currently using?
- Introduction to the Ethanol Export Monitor
- Impacts of intra-weekly ethanol storage measurements
- Vessel events at known ethanol storage terminals
- What’s next?
- Terminal/PADD coverage
- Movement of non-fuel ethanol
- Comparison to government/industry data
- Foreign tariff impacts
The presentation was followed by a live Q&A session, during which our expert analysts addressed any questions raised before and during the webinar.
Genscape's Ethanol Exports Monitor combines proprietary ethanol storage information with location data for vessels that are believed to be purposed for export. The monitor provides granular storage insight by leveraging infrared imagery derived from weekly flyover and daily drive-bys. This is in combination with insights from both Genscape Vesseltracker AIS data and events data that share an accurate picture of vessel arrivals. The monitor also includes a daily vessel lineup and a weekly summary of ongoing list of vessels with volumes believed to have exported ethanol. Click here to request a free trial today.
Creed Gann is the Ag/Bio Director of Operations at Genscape. Since joining in 2001, he has been a Field Technician, Field Service Manager, and Director of Field Services. His experience has provided him with extensive knowledge in biofuel process engineering, vegetable oil refining, mechanical extraction, and chemical processing. Some of Creed’s areas of biofuel expertise include operator safety, process reviews, equipment evaluations, and product transportation.
Jim Venhoff is a Biofuels Manager at Genscape. He previously held a Mechanical Engineering role at General Electric. Since joining Genscape in 2009, he has exceled at data analytics and remote sensing. He currently manages the day-to-day operations for Genscape’s QAP program. Jim leverages regulatory expertise related to EPA’s RFS2 program to help industry stakeholders interpret regulations and provide compliance guidance. He also manages Genscape’s Ethanol Supply Chain Services and is responsible for the storage and production reports.