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1175. U.S. Petroleum Balance

[In millions of barrels (6,242 represents 6,242,000,000)]

 
Item 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001
 
    Petroleum products supplied for domestic use.. 6,242 5,861 5,583 5,559 5,756 5,740 5,942 6,083 6,308 6,324 6,201 6,101 6,234 6,291 6,467 7,087 6,701 6,796 6,905 7,125
 
Production of products, total.. 5,765 5,432 5,204 5,160 5,392 5,363 5,604 5,680 5,849 5,874 5,934 5,933 6,050 6,182 6,244 6,940 6,511 6,671 6,733 6,774
  Crude input to refineries .. 4,934 4,552 4,297 4,265 4,408 4,381 4,641 4,692 4,835 4,891 4,894 4,855 4,909 4,969 5,061 5,718 5,195 5,351 5,434 5,403
    Oil, field production .. 3,138 3,129 3,157 3,171 3,250 3,274 3,168 3,047 2,979 2,779 2,685 2,707 2,617 2,499 2,431 2,406 2,366 2,355 2,282 2,147
      Alaska .. 592 587 619 626 631 666 681 716 738 684 647 656 627 577 569 542 510 473 429 383
      Lower 48 States .. 2,555 2,541 2,538 2,545 2,619 2,608 2,487 2,331 2,241 2,095 2,037 2,050 1,997 1,922 1,863 1,853 1,856 1,882 1,853 1,764
    Net imports .. 1,821 1,522 1,187 1,155 1,188 1,094 1,468 1,651 1,807 2,081 2,112 2,068 2,194 2,441 2,542 2,604 2,708 2,963 3,137 3,144
      Imports (gross excluding SPR) 1. 1,910 1,511 1,213 1,130 1,182 1,125 1,507 1,679 1,845 2,112 2,142 2,111 2,223 2,472 2,574 2,639 2,748 3,002 3,178 3,184
      SPR 1 imports.. 16 93 60 85 72 43 18 27 19 20 10 0 4 5 4 0 0 0 0 3
      Exports .. -105 83 86 60 66 75 56 55 57 52 40 42 32 36 36 35 40 39 40 43
    Other sources .. 33 -98 -46 61 29 12 4 7 57 32 98 80 90 28 88 102 122 34 15 113
  Natural gas liquids (NGL), supply .. 577 593 578 570 596 604 575 585 593 563 574 613 628 664 694 708 716 721 717 757
  Other liquids .. 253 287 328 326 371 378 388 403 418 420 465 466 513 550 489 514 599 599 582 614
 
Net imports of refined products .. 484 397 295 311 407 313 391 373 441 396 326 177 156 134 217 101 181 154 225 252
  Imports .. 578 531 506 520 604 523 621 596 681 656 598 500 471 461 518 407 491 469 508 537
  Exports .. 94 134 211 210 197 210 229 223 240 260 272 323 315 327 302 307 310 315 283 284
Stock withdrawal, refined products .. -7 33 84 88 -44 64 -53 30 17 53 -59 -10 28 -24 6 46 9 -29 -53 98
 
TYPE OF PRODUCT SUPPLIED
 
    Total products supplied
     for domestic use.. 6,242 5,861 5,583 5,559 5,756 5,740 5,942 6,083 6,326 6,324 6,201 6,101 6,234 6,291 6,467 6,469 6,701 6,796 6,905 7,125
Finished motor gasoline .. 2,407 2,404 2,387 2,417 2,449 2,493 2,567 2,630 2,678 2,675 2,641 2,623 2,660 2,729 2,774 2,843 2,888 2,926 3,012 3,077
Distillate fuel oil .. 1,049 1,032 975 982 1,041 1,047 1,064 1,086 1,140 1,152 1,103 1,066 1,090 1,110 1,154 1,170 1,232 1,254 1,263 1,304
Residual fuel oil .. 918 762 627 519 501 439 518 462 5,030 500 449 423 401 394 373 311 311 291 324 303
Liquified petroleum gases 2. 414 535 547 551 576 584 552 588 604 609 568 616 642 633 686 693 736 744 713 801
Other (Jet fuel+Other+Crude oil).. 1,454 1,128 1,047 1,090 1,189 1,177 1,241 1,317 -3,126 1,388 1,440 1,373 1,441 1,425 1,480 1,452 1,535 1,582 1,593 1,639
 
ENDING STOCKS
    Ending stocks, all oils .. 1,392 1,484 1,430 1,454 1,556 1,519 1,593 1,607 1,597 1,581 1,621 1,617 1,592 1,647 1,653 1,563 1,052 1,560 1,647 1,493
Crude oil and lease condensate .. 358 363 350 344 345 321 331 349 330 341 323 325 318 335 337 303 284 305 324 284
Srategic petroleum reserve (SPR) 1. 108 230 294 379 451 493 512 541 560 580 586 569 575 587 592 592 566 563 571 567
Other.. 926 891 786 731 760 705 750 717 707 660 712 723 699 725 724 668 202 692 752 641
 


NA Not available.
1 SPR=Strategic petroleum reserve.
2 Includes ethane.

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Petroleum Supply Annual.

http://www.eia.doe.gov/oil_gas/petroleum/pet_frame.html

* Definitions

Barrel (petroleum): A unit of volume equal to 42 U. S. gallons.

Crude Oil (Including Lease Condensate): A mixture of hydrocar- bons that exists in liquid phase in underground reservoirs and remains liquid at atmospheric pressure after passing through surface separating facilities. Included are lease condensate and liquid hydrocarbons pro- duced from tar sands, gilsonite, and oil shale. Drip gases are also included, but topped crude oil (residual oil) and other unfinished oils are excluded. Where identifiable, liquids produced at natural gas processing plants and mixed with crude oil are likewise excluded.

Crude Oil Refinery Input: The total crude oil put into processing units at refineries.

Crude Oil Stocks: Stocks of crude oil and lease condensate held at refineries, in pipelines, at pipeline terminals, and on leases. perature is the mean of the maximum and minimum temperatures for a 24- hour period.

Distillate Fuel Oil: A general classification for one of the petroleum fractions produced in conventional distillation operations. Included are products known as No. 1, No. 2, and No. 4 fuel oils and No. 1, No. 2, and No. 4 diesel fuels. It is used primarily for space heating, on- and off- highway diesel engine fuel (including railroad engine fuel and fuel for agricultural machinery), and electric power generation.

Motor Gasoline: A complex mixture of relatively volatile hydro- carbons, with or without small quantities of additives, obtained by blending appropriate refinery streams to form a fuel suitable for use in spark- ignition engines. Motor gasoline includes both leaded and unleaded grades of finished motor gasoline, blending components, and gasohol.

Natural Gas Plant Liquids (NGPL): Natural gas liquids recovered from natural gas in processing plants and, in some situations, from natural gas field facilities, as well as those extracted by fractionators. Natural gas plant liquids are defined according to the published speci- fications of the Gas Processors Association and the American Society for Testing and Materials as follows: ethane, propane, normal butane, isobutane, pentanes plus, and other products from natural gas process- ing plants (i. e., products meeting the standards for finished petroleum products produced at natural gas processing plants, such as finished motor gasoline, finished aviation gasoline, special naphthas, kerosene, distillate fuel oil, and miscellaneous products).

Offshore: That geographic area that lies seaward of the coastline. In general, the coastline is the line of ordinary low water along with that portion of the coast that is in direct contact with the open sea or the line marking the seaward limit of inland water.

Oil Well: A well completed for the production of crude oil from one or more oil zones or reservoirs. Wells producing both crude oil and natural gas are classified as oil wells.

Operable Refineries: Refineries that were in one of the following three categories at the beginning of a given year: in operation; not in operation and not under active repair, but capable of being placed into operation within 30 days; or not in operation, but under active repair that could be completed within 90 days.

Proved Reserves, Crude Oil: The estimated quantities of all liquids defined as crude oil that geological and engineering data demonstrate with reasonable certainty to be recoverable in future years from known reservoirs under existing economic and operating conditions.

Refinery Input: The raw materials and intermediate materials proc- essed at refineries to produce finished petroleum products. They include crude oil, products of natural gas processing plants, unfinished oils, other hydrocarbons and alcohol, motor gasoline and aviation gasoline blending components, and finished petroleum products.

Refinery Output: The total amount of petroleum products produced at a refinery. Includes petroleum consumed by the refinery. Refinery (petroleum): An installation that manufactures finished petroleum products from crude oil, unfinished oils, natural gas liquids, other hydrocarbons, and alcohol.

Residual Fuel Oil: The heavier oils that remain after the distillate fuel oils and lighter hydrocarbons are distilled away in refinery opera- tions and that conform to ASTM Specifications D396 and D975. Included are No. 5, a residual fuel oil of medium viscosity; Navy Spe- cial, for use in steam- powered vessels in government service and in shore power plants; and No. 6, which includes Bunker C fuel oil and is used for commercial and industrial heating, for electricity genera- tion, and to power ships. Imports of residual fuel oil include imported crude oil burned as fuel.

Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR): Petroleum stocks maintained by the Federal Government for use during periods of major supply in- terruption.

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These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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