Indiana nears billion gallon ethanol goal

Star Press: In the wake of Indiana's ethanol boom -- and then bust -- 13 plants are standing, a dozen of which are running or soon will be. And when the 13th plant is re-started next spring, it will give the state more than 1 billion gallons of ethanol production annually. Nearly a third of that is coming out of East Central Indiana. "One billion gallons was one of Gov. Mitch Daniels' (agricultural) strategic goals," said Christopher Hurt, an economist at Purdue University. "So this is a pretty remarkable......

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