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in the year and then multiplying by the number of days in the
month.
2006:  U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau,
“M311K
Fats  and  Oils:  Production,  Consumption,  and
Stocks,”  data  for  soybean  oil  consumed  in  methyl  esters
(biodiesel).  In addition, the U.S. Energy Information Admin-
istration (EIA) estimates that 14.4 million gallons of  yellow
grease were consumed in methyl esters (biodiesel).
2007:  U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau,
“M311K
Fats  and  Oils:  Production,  Consumption,  and
Stocks,” data for all fats and oils consumed in methyl esters
(biodiesel).
2008:  EIA, Monthly Biodiesel Production Report, Decem-
ber  2009 (release  date  October  2010), Table  11.  Monthly
data  for 2008  are  estimated based  on  U.S. Department  of
Commerce,  U.S.  Census  Bureau,  M311K  data,  multiplied
by the EIA 2008 annual value’s share of the M311K 2008
annual value.
2009 and 2010:   EIA,  Monthly Biodiesel Production
Report, monthly reports,  Table 1.
2011–2014:  EIA, Petroleum Supply Annual (PSA), annual
reports,  Table  1,  data  for  renewable  fuels  except  fuel
ethanol.
2015  and  2016:    EIA,  Petroleum  Supply  Monthly  (PSM),
monthly  reports, Table  1, data for  renewable fuels  except
fuel ethanol.
Biodiesel Trade
2001–2011:  For imports, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
data for the following Harmonized  Tariff Schedule codes:
3824.90.40.20,  “Fatty  Esters  Animal/Vegetable  Mixture”
(data  through  June  2010);  and  3824.90.40.30,
“Biodiesel/Mixes” (data for July 2010–2011).  For exports,
U.S.  Department  of  Agriculture,  data  for  the  following
Schedule  B  codes:  3824.90.40.00,  “Fatty  Substances
Animal/Vegetable/Mixture”  (data  through  2010);  and
3824.90.40.30,  “Biodiesel  <70%”  (data  for  2011).    (The
data above are converted from pounds to gallons by divid-
ing by  7.4.)   Although  these categories  include  products
other  than  biodiesel  (such  as  biodiesel  coprocessed  with
petroleum  feedstocks;  and  products  destined  for  soaps,
cosmetics,  and  other  items),  biodiesel  is  the  largest
component.  In  the  absence  of  other  reliable  data  for
biodiesel trade, EIA sees these data as good substitutes.  
2012–2014:  EIA, PSA, annual reports, Tables 25 and 31,
data for biomass-based diesel fuel.
2015 and 2016:  EIA, PSM, monthly reports, Tables 37 and
49, data for biomass-based diesel fuel. 
Biodiesel Stocks and Stock Change
2009  forward:  EIA,  biodiesel  data  from  EIA-22M,
“Monthly Biodiesel Production Survey”; and biomass-based
diesel fuel data from EIA-810, “Monthly Refinery Report,”
EIA-812, “Monthly Product Pipeline Report,” and EIA-815,
“Monthly Bulk Terminal and Blender Report.”
Biodiesel Consumption
2001–2008:  Calculated as biodiesel production plus biodie-
sel net imports.
January  and  February  2009: EIA,  PSA,  Table  1,  data  for
refinery  and  blender  net  inputs  of renewable  fuels  except
fuel ethanol.
March  2009  forward:  Calculated  as  biodiesel  production
plus biodiesel net imports minus biodiesel stock change.
Other Renewable Fuels
2009 forward:   Imports  data for “Other Renewable Diesel
Fuel” are from EIA, PSA Table 25 and PSM Table 37 (data
are converted to Btu by multiplying by the other renewable
diesel fuel heat content factor  in Table A1).  Imports data
for “Other Renewable Fuels” are from EIA, PSA Table 25
and PSM Table 37 (data are converted to Btu by multiplying
by  the biodiesel  heat  content  factor  in  Table  A1).   Stock
change  data  for  “Other  Renewable  Diesel  Fuel”  are  from
EIA,  EIA-810,  “Monthly  Refinery  Report,”  EIA-812,
“Monthly Product Pipeline Report,” and EIA-815, “Monthly
Bulk Terminal and  Blender Report” (data are converted to
Btu  by  multiplying  by  the  other  renewable  diesel  heat
content  factor in Table A1).   “Other  Renewable Fuels”  in
Table  10.4  is  calculated  as  other  renewable  diesel  fuel
imports  plus  other  renewable  fuels  imports  minus  other
renewable diesel fuel stock change.
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11.  International
Petroleum
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Figure 11.1a World Crude Oil Production Overview
(Million Barrels per Day)
World Production, 1973–2015
World Production, Monthly
Selected Producers, 1973–2015
Selected Producers, Monthly
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States
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2015
2016
2014
2015
2016
Non-OPEC
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2005
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United States
Russia
Persian Gulf Nations
OPEC
Saudi 
Arabia
China
Persian Gulf Nations
Russia
Iran
China
Saudi Arabia
Iran
Notes:     OPEC  is  the  Organization  of  the  Petroleum  Exporting
Countries.  •   The Persian Gulf Nations are Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait,
Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.  Production from
the Neutral Zone between Kuwait and Saudi Arabia is included in “Per-
sian Gulf Nations.”
Web Page: 
http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#international.
Sources:  Tables 11.1a and 11.1b.
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Figure 11.1b World Crude Oil Production by Selected Country
(Million Barrels per Day)
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3.724
4.206
0.498
2.294
1.662
10.485
0.899
9.179
1.320
1.845
0.534
3.350
4.475
2.500
0.370
2.245
1.497
9.990
2.820
2.400
3.885
4.249
0.508
2.290
1.579
10.231
0.872
9.341
1.370
1.860
0.558
3.300
3.475
2.550
0.370
2.445
1.514
9.640
2.820
2.500
Canada
China
Egypt
Mexico
Norway
Russia
United Kingdom
United States
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
January 2015
January 2016
Selected Non-OPEC Countries
OPEC Countries
Note:  OPEC is the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.
Web Page:  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#international.
Sources:  Tables 11.1a and 11.1b.
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Table 11.1a   World Crude Oil Production:  OPEC Members
(Thousand Barrels per Day)
)
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
Indo-
nesia
Iran
Iraq
Kuwaita
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi
Arabiaa
United
Arab
Emirates
Vene-
zuela
Total 
OPECb
1973 Average................
.
1,097
162
209
1,339
5,861
2,018
3,020
2,175
2,054
570
7,596
1,533
3,366
31,000
1975 Average................
.
983
165
161
1,307
5,350
2,262
2,084
1,480
1,783
438
7,075
1,664
2,346
27,096
1980 Average................
.
1,106
150
204
1,577
1,662
2,514
1,656
1,787
2,055
472
9,900
1,709
2,168
26,960
1985 Average................
.
1,036
231
281
1,325
2,250
1,433
1,023
1,059
1,495
301
3,388
1,193
1,677
16,692
1990 Average................
.
1,180
475
285
1,462
3,088
2,040
1,175
1,375
1,810
406
6,410
2,117
2,137
23,960
1995 Average................
.
1,162
646
392
1,503
3,643
560
2,057
1,390
1,993
442
8,231
2,233
2,750
27,002
1996 Average................
.
1,227
709
396
1,547
3,686
579
2,062
1,401
2,001
510
8,218
2,278
2,938
27,551
1997 Average................
.
1,259
714
388
1,520
3,664
1,155
2,007
1,446
2,132
550
8,362
2,316
3,280
28,794
1998 Average................
.
1,226
735
375
1,518
3,634
2,150
2,085
1,390
2,153
696
8,389
2,345
3,167
29,865
1999 Average................
.
1,177
745
373
1,472
3,557
2,508
1,898
1,319
2,130
665
7,833
2,169
2,826
28,671
2000 Average................
.
1,214
746
395
1,428
3,696
2,571
2,079
1,410
2,165
742
8,404
2,368
3,155
30,372
2001 Average................
.
1,265
742
412
1,340
3,724
2,390
1,998
1,367
2,256
730
8,031
2,205
3,010
29,469
2002 Average................
.
1,349
896
393
1,249
3,444
2,023
1,894
1,319
2,118
709
7,634
2,082
2,604
27,714
2003 Average................
.
1,516
903
411
1,155
3,743
1,308
2,136
1,421
2,275
807
8,775
2,348
2,335
29,132
2004 Average................
.
1,582
1,052
528
1,096
4,001
2,011
2,376
1,515
2,329
901
9,101
2,478
2,557
31,528
2005 Average................
.
1,692
1,239
532
1,067
4,139
1,878
2,529
1,633
2,627
978
9,550
2,535
2,565
32,964
2006 Average................
.
1,699
1,398
536
1,019
4,028
1,996
2,535
1,681
2,440
996
9,152
2,636
2,511
32,626
2007 Average................
.
1,708
1,724
511
964
3,912
2,086
2,464
1,702
2,350
1,083
8,722
2,603
2,490
32,318
2008 Average................
.
1,705
1,951
505
974
4,050
2,375
2,586
1,736
2,165
1,198
9,261
2,681
2,510
33,697
2009 Average................
.
1,585
1,877
486
949
4,037
2,391
2,350
1,650
2,208
1,279
8,250
2,413
2,520
31,994
2010 Average................
.
1,540
1,909
486
945
4,080
2,399
2,300
1,650
2,455
1,459
8,900
2,415
2,410
32,948
2011 Average................
.
1,540
1,756
500
902
4,054
2,626
2,530
465
2,550
1,571
9,458
2,679
2,500
33,131
2012 Average................
.
1,532
1,787
504
860
3,387
2,983
2,635
1,367
2,520
1,551
9,832
2,804
2,500
34,262
2013 Average................
.
1,462
1,803
526
828
3,113
3,054
2,650
918
2,367
1,553
9,693
2,820
2,500
33,288
2014 January..................
.
1,420
1,663
550
789
3,270
3,125
2,650
510
2,470
1,563
9,940
2,820
2,500
33,270
February ................
.
1,420
1,733
551
800
3,260
3,425
2,650
380
2,420
1,563
9,890
2,820
2,500
33,412
March.....................
.
1,420
1,673
557
798
3,230
3,325
2,650
250
2,370
1,563
9,690
2,820
2,500
32,846
April .......................
.
1,420
1,743
560
797
3,230
3,300
2,650
210
2,420
1,553
9,690
2,820
2,500
32,893
May ........................
.
1,420
1,683
554
796
3,230
3,325
2,650
230
2,320
1,553
9,690
2,820
2,500
32,771
June .......................
.
1,420
1,663
555
792
3,150
3,325
2,650
235
2,420
1,553
9,690
2,820
2,500
32,773
July ........................
.
1,420
1,713
558
798
3,150
3,195
2,650
435
2,470
1,553
9,840
2,820
2,500
33,102
August ...................
.
1,420
1,813
558
787
3,200
3,225
2,650
530
2,520
1,553
9,740
2,820
2,500
33,316
September .............
.
1,420
1,823
551
786
3,250
3,515
2,650
785
2,470
1,513
9,640
2,820
2,500
33,723
October ..................
.
1,420
1,848
557
772
3,300
3,465
2,575
950
2,320
1,513
9,740
2,820
2,500
33,780
November ..............
.
1,420
1,813
563
786
3,300
3,425
2,500
615
2,440
1,503
9,640
2,820
2,500
33,325
December ..............
.
1,420
1,733
561
778
3,300
3,775
2,500
510
2,440
1,503
9,640
2,820
2,500
33,480
 Average ................
.
1,420
1,742
556
790
3,239
3,368
2,619
471
2,423
1,540
9,735
2,820
2,500
33,223
2015 January..................
.
1,370
1,860
558
769
3,300
3,475
2,550
370
2,445
1,514
9,640
2,820
2,500
33,171
February ................
.
1,370
1,810
553
764
3,300
3,325
2,650
360
2,445
1,520
9,740
2,820
2,500
33,157
March.....................
.
1,370
1,760
553
770
3,300
3,725
2,650
475
2,370
1,525
9,940
2,820
2,500
33,758
April .......................
.
1,370
1,830
548
787
3,300
3,775
2,650
505
2,420
1,531
9,940
2,820
2,500
33,976
May ........................
.
1,370
1,810
543
806
3,300
3,925
2,550
430
2,145
1,532
10,140
2,820
2,500
33,871
June .......................
.
1,370
1,860
541
797
3,300
4,275
2,550
410
2,195
1,537
10,240
2,820
2,500
34,395
July ........................
.
1,370
1,890
538
801
3,300
4,325
2,550
400
2,245
1,537
10,290
2,820
2,500
34,566
August ...................
.
1,370
1,910
537
777
3,300
4,225
2,550
360
2,295
1,537
10,290
2,820
2,500
34,471
September .............
.
1,370
1,840
539
800
3,300
4,425
2,550
375
2,295
1,537
10,190
2,820
2,500
34,541
October ..................
.
1,370
1,810
538
801
3,300
4,275
2,550
415
2,345
1,537
10,140
2,820
2,500
34,401
November ..............
.
1,370
1,860
537
791
3,300
4,425
2,500
375
2,345
1,537
10,040
2,820
2,500
34,400
December ..............
.
1,370
1,860
533
794
3,300
4,425
2,450
370
2,270
1,537
9,935
2,820
2,500
34,164
 Average ................
.
1,370
1,842
543
788
3,300
4,054
2,562
404
2,317
1,532
10,046
2,820
2,500
34,077
2016 January..................
.
1,320
1,845
534
797
3,350
4,475
2,500
370
2,245
1,497
9,990
2,820
2,400
34,143
Except for the period from August 1990 through May 1991, includes about
one-half of the production in the Kuwait-Saudi Arabia Neutral Zone.  Kuwaiti Neutral
Zone output was  discontinued  following Iraq’s invasion  of Kuwait on August 2,
1990, but was resumed in June 1991. As of July 2015 all Neutral Zone production
is offline.  Data for Saudi Arabia include approximately 150 thousand barrels per
day from the Abu Safah field produced on behalf of Bahrain. 
See “Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)” in Glossary.
On Tables 11.1a and 11.1b, countries are classified as "OPEC" or "Non-OPEC" in
all years based on their status in the most current year.  For example, Ecuador
rejoined OPEC in 2007 and is thus included in "Total OPEC" for all years; Gabon
n
left OPEC in 1994 and is thus included in "Total Non-OPEC" for all years. 
R=Revised.  
Notes:  
Data are for crude oil and lease condensate; they exclude natural gas
plant liquids.  
Monthly data are often preliminary figures and may not average to
the  annual  totals  because  of  rounding  or  because  updates  to  the  preliminary
monthly data are not available.
Web  Page:    See  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#international
(Excel and CSV files) for all available annual and monthly data beginning in 1973.
Sources:  See end of section.
Indonesia, which suspended its OPEC membership at the end of 2008, reactivated its membership as of January
1, 2016. On this table, Indonesia’s production is now included in OPEC production for all time periods.
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Table 11.1b   World Crude Oil Production:  Persian Gulf Nations, Non-OPEC, and World
d
(Thousand Barrels per Day)
)
Persian
Gulf
Nationsb
Selected Non-OPECa Producers
Total
Non-
OPECa
World
Canada
China
Egypt
Mexico
Norway
Former
U.S.S.R.
Russia
United
Kingdom
United
States
1973 Average....................
.
20,668
1,798
1,090
165
465
32
8,324
NA
2
9,208
24,679
55,679
1975 Average....................
.
18,934
1,430
1,490
235
705
189
9,523
NA
12
8,375
25,732
52,828
1980 Average....................
.
17,961
1,435
2,114
595
1,936
486
11,706
NA
1,622
8,597
32,598
59,558
1985 Average....................
.
9,630
1,471
2,505
887
2,745
773
11,585
NA
2,530
8,971
37,273
53,965
1990 Average....................
.
15,278
1,553
2,774
873
2,553
1,630
10,975
NA
1,820
7,355
36,537
60,497
1995 Average....................
.
17,208
1,805
2,990
920
2,711
2,766
– –
5,995
2,489
6,560
35,431
62,434
1996 Average....................
.
17,367
1,837
3,131
922
2,944
3,091
– –
5,850
2,568
6,465
36,267
63,818
1997 Average....................
.
18,095
1,922
3,200
856
3,104
3,142
– –
5,920
2,518
6,452
37,012
65,806
1998 Average....................
.
19,337
1,981
3,198
834
3,160
3,011
– –
5,854
2,616
6,252
37,167
67,032
1999 Average....................
.
18,667
1,907
3,195
852
2,998
3,019
– –
6,079
2,684
5,881
37,296
65,967
2000 Average....................
.
19,897
1,977
3,249
768
3,104
3,222
– –
6,479
2,275
5,822
38,154
68,527
2001 Average....................
.
19,114
2,029
3,300
720
3,218
3,226
– –
6,917
2,282
5,801
38,663
68,132
2002 Average....................
.
17,824
2,171
3,390
715
3,263
3,131
– –
7,408
2,292
5,744
39,576
67,290
2003 Average....................
.
19,154
2,306
3,409
713
3,459
3,042
– –
8,132
2,093
5,649
40,328
69,460
2004 Average....................
.
20,906
2,398
3,485
673
3,476
2,954
– –
8,805
1,845
5,441
41,068
72,595
2005 Average....................
.
21,644
2,369
3,609
623
3,423
2,698
– –
9,043
1,649
5,184
40,902
73,866
2006 Average....................
.
21,377
2,525
3,673
535
3,345
2,491
– –
9,247
1,490
5,087
40,851
73,477
2007 Average....................
.
20,904
2,628
3,736
530
3,143
2,270
– –
9,437
1,498
5,077
40,858
73,176
2008 Average....................
.
22,186
2,579
3,790
566
2,839
2,182
– –
9,357
1,391
5,001
40,352
74,049
2009 Average....................
.
20,754
2,579
3,796
587
2,646
2,067
– –
9,495
1,328
5,354
40,877
72,870
2010 Average....................
.
21,589
2,741
4,078
568
2,621
1,871
– –
9,694
1,233
5,476
41,673
74,621
2011 Average....................
.
22,953
2,901
4,052
551
2,600
1,760
– –
9,774
1,026
5,637
41,584
74,715
2012 Average....................
.
23,233
3,138
4,074
539
2,593
1,612
– –
9,922
888
6,476
41,848
76,110
2013 Average....................
.
22,932
3,325
4,164
524
2,562
1,533
– –
10,054
801
7,454
42,946
76,234
2014 January......................
.
23,417
3,568
4,182
518
2,545
1,629
– –
10,131
825
7,998
43,988
77,258
February ....................
.
23,657
3,578
4,215
513
2,541
1,611
– –
10,106
929
8,087
44,350
77,762
March.........................
.
23,327
3,685
4,167
513
2,511
1,597
– –
10,103
909
8,244
44,334
77,180
April ...........................
.
23,292
3,556
4,142
507
2,518
1,613
– –
10,083
820
8,568
44,354
77,247
May ............................
.
23,317
3,467
4,189
514
2,530
1,358
– –
10,083
869
8,577
44,177
76,948
June ...........................
.
23,237
3,548
4,272
510
2,476
1,459
– –
10,095
752
8,678
44,540
77,314
July ............................
.
23,258
3,589
4,091
516
2,427
1,588
– –
10,003
705
8,754
44,453
77,556
August .......................
.
23,238
3,547
4,129
509
2,455
1,546
– –
10,056
468
8,835
44,425
77,742
September .................
.
23,438
3,595
4,202
517
2,430
1,517
– –
10,079
748
8,959
44,858
78,581
October ......................
.
23,463
3,727
4,252
522
2,402
1,615
– –
10,176
790
9,129
45,467
79,247
November ..................
.
23,238
3,714
4,319
537
2,401
1,600
– –
10,173
798
9,198
45,809
79,134
December ..................
.
23,588
3,780
4,315
527
2,392
1,616
– –
10,197
846
9,423
46,425
79,905
 Average ....................
.
23,371
3,613
4,206
517
2,469
1,562
– –
10,107
787
8,708
44,767
77,990
2015 January......................
.
23,349
3,885
4,249
508
2,290
1,579
– –
10,231
872
9,341
46,214
79,385
February ....................
.
23,405
3,906
4,235
516
2,370
1,589
– –
10,181
812
9,451
46,228
79,385
March.........................
.
24,010
3,775
4,272
525
2,356
1,586
– –
10,264
867
9,648
46,523
80,281
April ...........................
.
24,066
3,463
4,276
503
2,235
1,614
– –
10,111
925
9,694
45,866
79,842
May ............................
.
24,317
3,212
4,288
512
2,263
1,555
– –
10,270
1,016
9,479
45,537
79,409
June ...........................
.
24,772
3,457
4,426
504
2,283
1,596
– –
10,166
870
9,315
45,520
79,915
July ............................
.
24,872
3,821
4,281
524
2,308
1,611
– –
10,213
839
9,433
45,975
80,541
August .......................
.
24,772
3,922
4,296
523
2,291
1,599
– –
10,268
788
9,407
46,050
80,522
September .................
.
24,872
3,422
4,335
501
2,306
1,581
– –
10,209
862
9,452
45,540
80,081
October ......................
.
24,672
3,582
4,277
517
2,314
1,685
– –
10,341
912
9,377
45,817
80,218
November ..................
.
24,672
3,819
4,315
494
2,310
1,644
– –
10,361
972
RE 
9,328
46,287
80,687
December ..................
.
24,517
3,870
4,293
509
2,308
1,682
– –
10,407
979
RE 
9,235
46,364
80,529
 Average ....................
.
24,363
3,677
4,295
511
2,302
1,610
– –
10,253
893
9,430
45,994
80,071
2016 January......................
.
24,682
3,724
4,206
498
2,294
1,662
– –
10,485
899
9,179
45,798
79,941
See "Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)" in Glossary.
On Tables 11.1a and 11.1b, countries are classified as "OPEC" or "Non-OPEC" in
all years based on their status in the most current year.  For example, Ecuador
rejoined OPEC in 2007 and is thus included in "Total OPEC" for all years; Gabon
left OPEC in 1994 and is thus included in "Total Non-OPEC" for all years. 
Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, and
the Neutral Zone (between Kuwait and Saudi Arabia).
.
R=Revised.  NA=Not available.  – – =Not applicable.  E=Estimate.  
Notes:  
Data are for crude oil and lease condensate; they exclude natural gas
plant liquids.  
Monthly data are often preliminary figures and may not average to
the  annual  totals  because  of  rounding  or  because  updates  to  the  preliminary
monthly data are not available.  
Data for countries may not sum to World totals
due to independent rounding.  
U.S. geographic coverage is the 50 states and the
District of Columbia.
Web  Page:    See  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#international
(Excel and CSV files) for all available annual and monthly data beginning in 1973.
Sources:  See end of section.
Indonesia, which suspended its OPEC membership at the end of 2008, reactivated its membership as of January
1, 2016. On this table, Indonesia’s production is now excluded from non-OPEC production for all time periods.
ds.
Figure 11.2 Petroleum Consumption in OECD Countries
(Million Barrels per Day)
Overview, 1973–2015
OECD Total, December
By Selected OECD Country
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1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
20
40
60
80
100
46.233
46.974
47.195
2013
2014
2015
0
20
40
60
World
OECD
United States
OECD Europe
Japan
1.673
2.377
1.335
1.552
2.299
4.696
2.642
19.544
1.691
2.323
1.272
1.535
2.423
5.096
2.526
19.457
France
Germany
Italy
United Kingdom
Canada
Japan
South Korea
United States
0
4
8
12
16
20
24
December 2014
December 2015
Note:    OECD  is  the  Organization  for  Economic  Cooperation  and
Development.
Web Page:  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#international.
Source:  Table 11.2.
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Table 11.2   Petroleum Consumption in OECD Countries
(Thousand Barrels per Day)
)
France
Germanya
Italy
United
Kingdom
OECD
Europeb
Canada
Japan
South
Korea
United
States
Other
OECDc
OECDd
World
1973 Average....................
.
2,601
3,324
2,068
2,341
15,879
1,729
4,949
281
17,308
1,768
41,913
57,237
1975 Average....................
.
2,252
2,957
1,855
1,911
14,314
1,779
4,621
311
16,322
1,885
39,232
56,198
1980 Average....................
.
2,256
3,082
1,934
1,725
14,995
1,873
4,960
537
17,056
2,449
41,870
63,113
1985 Average....................
.
1,753
2,651
1,705
1,617
12,770
1,514
4,436
552
15,726
2,699
37,697
60,083
1990 Average....................
.
1,827
2,682
1,868
1,776
13,763
1,722
5,293
1,048
16,988
3,038
41,852
66,627
1995 Average....................
.
1,915
2,882
1,942
1,816
14,758
1,799
5,659
2,008
17,725
3,452
45,401
70,094
1996 Average....................
.
1,943
2,922
1,920
1,852
15,051
1,853
5,704
2,101
18,309
3,509
46,527
71,675
1997 Average....................
.
1,962
2,917
1,934
1,810
15,193
1,940
5,667
2,255
18,620
3,629
47,305
73,427
1998 Average....................
.
2,040
2,923
1,943
1,792
15,498
1,931
5,472
1,917
18,917
3,757
47,492
74,080
1999 Average....................
.
2,034
2,836
1,891
1,811
15,410
2,016
5,606
2,084
19,519
3,842
48,478
75,796
2000 Average....................
.
2,001
2,767
1,854
1,765
15,277
2,008
5,480
2,135
19,701
3,905
48,506
76,928
2001 Average....................
.
2,054
2,807
1,835
1,747
15,453
2,029
5,380
2,132
19,649
3,903
48,546
77,732
2002 Average....................
.
1,991
2,710
1,870
1,739
15,393
2,040
5,287
2,149
19,761
3,891
48,522
78,457
2003 Average....................
.
2,001
2,679
1,860
1,759
15,515
2,155
5,397
2,175
20,034
3,960
49,235
80,089
2004 Average....................
.
2,008
2,648
1,829
1,789
15,603
2,233
5,288
2,155
20,731
4,054
50,064
83,063
2005 Average....................
.
1,990
2,624
1,781
1,819
15,714
2,296
5,298
2,191
20,802
4,114
50,416
84,588
2006 Average....................
.
1,991
2,636
1,777
1,806
15,718
2,294
5,168
2,180
20,687
4,150
50,197
85,592
2007 Average....................
.
1,978
2,407
1,729
1,751
15,534
2,389
5,009
2,240
20,680
4,268
50,121
86,788
2008 Average....................
.
1,940
2,533
1,667
1,731
15,415
2,317
4,770
2,142
19,498
4,227
48,368
86,082
2009 Average....................
.
1,863
2,434
1,544
1,635
14,686
2,230
4,363
2,188
18,771
4,120
46,358
85,021
2010 Average....................
.
1,822
2,467
1,544
1,618
14,678
2,326
4,429
2,269
19,180
4,116
46,998
88,205
2011 Average....................
.
1,779
2,392
1,494
1,577
14,207
2,357
4,439
2,259
18,882
4,200
46,345
89,114
2012 Average....................
.
1,739
2,389
1,370
1,527
13,743
2,403
4,697
2,322
18,490
4,264
45,919
90,376
2013 Average....................
.
1,713
2,435
1,260
1,502
13,560
2,374
4,557
2,328
18,961
4,213
45,994
91,159
2014 January......................
.
1,592
2,291
1,179
1,425
12,525
2,403
5,042
2,353
19,102
3,977
45,402
NA
February ....................
.
1,691
2,309
1,223
1,550
13,162
2,515
5,291
2,374
18,908
4,177
46,427
NA
March.........................
.
1,625
2,458
1,186
1,442
13,155
2,327
4,906
2,327
18,464
4,107
45,287
NA
April ...........................
.
1,687
2,411
1,193
1,514
13,366
2,247
4,125
2,278
18,849
4,054
44,919
NA
May ............................
.
1,535
2,348
1,231
1,469
13,094
2,317
3,840
2,328
18,585
4,121
44,286
NA
June ...........................
.
1,681
2,289
1,219
1,546
13,522
2,398
3,833
2,319
18,890
4,047
45,009
NA
July ............................
.
1,787
2,485
1,307
1,498
13,906
2,469
3,982
2,303
19,283
4,153
46,097
NA
August .......................
.
1,623
2,435
1,177
1,533
13,424
2,383
3,954
2,370
19,400
3,994
45,523
NA
September .................
.
1,728
2,499
1,274
1,512
13,929
2,477
3,851
2,294
19,246
4,043
45,840
NA
October ......................
.
1,724
2,506
1,268
1,519
13,884
2,426
3,984
2,247
19,691
4,139
46,369
NA
November ..................
.
1,474
2,390
1,166
1,528
13,006
2,366
4,354
2,360
19,370
4,041
45,498
NA
December ..................
.
1,691
2,323
1,272
1,535
13,293
2,423
5,096
2,526
19,457
4,179
46,974
NA
 Average ....................
.
1,653
2,396
1,225
1,505
13,356
2,395
4,350
2,340
19,106
4,086
45,633
92,323
2015 January......................
.
1,615
2,310
1,155
1,431
12,988
2,374
4,633
2,489
19,249
3,943
45,677
NA
February ....................
.
1,754
2,462
1,262
1,653
13,880
2,452
5,158
2,532
19,396
4,178
47,596
NA
March.........................
.
1,669
2,405
1,251
1,477
13,493
2,270
4,617
2,427
19,238
4,057
46,102
NA
April ...........................
.
1,674
2,385
1,340
1,568
13,689
2,211
4,246
2,402
19,037
4,024
45,608
NA
May ............................
.
1,497
2,190
1,256
1,485
12,975
2,252
3,678
2,224
19,117
4,037
44,283
NA
June ...........................
.
1,727
2,337
1,326
1,558
13,942
2,322
3,760
2,328
19,591
4,119
46,063
NA
July ............................
.
1,766
2,422
1,422
1,494
14,119
2,372
3,880
2,313
19,979
4,228
46,891
NA
August .......................
.
1,631
2,435
1,272
1,578
13,879
2,388
3,998
2,466
19,814
4,076
46,622
NA
September .................
.
1,746
2,532
1,361
1,623
14,312
2,389
3,942
2,379
19,225
4,118
46,365
NA
October ......................
.
1,620
2,437
1,317
1,528
13,766
2,373
3,917
2,431
19,350
4,057
45,893
NA
November ..................
.
1,452
2,412
1,283
1,578
13,394
2,334
4,061
2,546
19,188
4,079
45,603
NA
December ..................
.
1,673
2,377
1,335
1,552
13,765
2,299
4,696
2,642
19,544
4,249
47,195
NA
 Average ....................
.
1,651
2,391
1,298
1,542
13,680
2,336
4,210
2,431
19,395
4,097
46,149
93,517
Data are for unified Germany, i.e., the former East Germany and West
Germany.
.
"OECD Europe" consists of Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France,
Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway,
Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and the United Kingdom; for 1984
forward, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia; and, for 2000 forward,
Slovenia.
.
"Other OECD" consists of Australia, New Zealand, and the U.S. Territories; for
1984 forward, Mexico; and, for 2000 forward, Chile, Estonia, and Israel.
.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
consists of "OECD Europe," Canada, Japan, South Korea, the United States, and
"Other OECD."
"
R=Revised.  NA=Not available.  
Notes:   
 Totals  may  not  equal  sum  of  components  due  to  independent
rounding.   
 U.S.  geographic  coverage  is  the  50  states  and  the  District  of
Columbia.
Web  Page:    See  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#international
(Excel and CSV files) for all available annual and monthly data beginning in 1973.
Sources:  
 United States:  Table 3.1.  
Chile, East Germany, Former
Czechoslovakia,  Hungary,  Mexico,  Poland,  South  Korea,  Non-OECD
Countries,   U.S. Territories,  and  World: 1973–1979—U.S. Energy Information
Administration  (EIA), International Energy  Database. 
 Countries  Other  Than
United States: 1980–2008—EIA, International Energy Statistics (IES).  
OECD
Countries, and   U.S. Territories:  2009 forward—EIA, IES.  
 World:  2009
forward—EIA, Short Term Energy Outlook, April 2016, Table 3a.  
All  Other
Data:—International Energy Agency (IEA), Quarterly Oil Statistics and Energy
Balances in OECD Countries, various issues.  
Figure 11.3 Petroleum Stocks in OECD Countries
(Billion Barrels)
Overview, End of Year, 1973–2015
OECD Stocks, End of Month, December
By Selected OECD Country, End of Month
170
U.S. Energy Information Administration / Monthly Energy Review April 2016
OECD Europe
1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015
0
1
2
3
4
5
4.157
4.299
4.580
2013
2014
2015
0
1
2
3
4
5
OECD
United States
Japan
0.167
0.285
0.117
0.081
0.188
0.582
0.228
2.015
0.168
0.284
0.119
0.078
0.193
0.581
0.197
1.860
France
Germany
Italy
United Kingdom
Canada
Japan
South Korea
United States
0.0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2.0
2.2
December 2014
December 2015
Note:  OECD is the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Web Page:  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#international.
Source:  Table 11.3.
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