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August 7, 2001

Ethanol Production Continues on Record Pace

"The record pace of ethanol production is great news for America's consumers and farmers," says RFA

The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) today announced the U.S. ethanol industry set a production record for the month of June.
According to data released today, the ethanol industry produced over 110,000 barrels per day (b/d) in June of this year. This new record exceeds the previous June record of 104,000 b/d set in 2000. June's record was the 20th
monthly production record out of the last 21 months.

"The record pace of ethanol production is great news for America's consumers and farmers," said Bob Dinneen, president of the RFA. "The ethanol industry continues to prove it can meet the demand for cleaner burning fuels from coast to coast. We expect production to continue on
record pace as new ethanol plants come on line this year."

June's production puts the ethanol industry on target to produce approximately 1.8 billion gallons of ethanol in 2001. Even after record
expansion of production capacity in 2000, the ethanol industry will easily set a new capacity expansion record this year. Twelve new ethanol plants are under construction and 34 current ethanol production facilities are being expanded.

"With the debate over a national energy policy heating up, the ethanol industry is proving it has earned a prominent role," said Dinneen. "Ethanol should be the octane and oxygen additive of choice as policymakers and
refiners plan for the next decade."

For more information, visit the Renewable Fuels Association website at: www.ethanolRFA.org.


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