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U.S. Energy Information Administration / Monthly Energy Review April 2016
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Table 3.5   Petroleum Products Supplied by Type 
(Thousand Barrels per Day)
)
Asphalt
and
Road Oil
Aviation
Gasoline
Distillate
Fuel Oilb
Jet
Fuelc
Kero-
sene
LPGa
Lubri-
cants
Motor
Gasolinee
Petro-
leum
Coke
Residual
Fuel Oil
Otherf
Total
Propaned
Total
1950 Average ..................
.
180
108
1,082
( )c
323
NA
234
106
2,616
41
1,517
250
6,458
1955 Average ..................
.
254
192
1,592
154
320
NA
404
116
3,463
67
1,526
366
8,455
1960 Average ..................
.
302
161
1,872
371
271
NA
621
117
3,969
149
1,529
435
9,797
1965 Average ..................
.
368
120
2,126
602
267
NA
841
129
4,593
202
1,608
657
11,512
1970 Average ..................
.
447
55
2,540
967
263
776
1,224
136
5,785
212
2,204
866
14,697
1975 Average ..................
.
419
39
2,851
1,001
159
783
1,333
137
6,675
247
2,462
1,001
16,322
1980 Average ..................
.
396
35
2,866
1,068
158
754
1,469
159
6,579
237
2,508
1,581
17,056
1985 Average ..................
.
425
27
2,868
1,218
114
883
1,599
145
6,831
264
1,202
1,032
15,726
1990 Average ..................
.
483
24
3,021
1,522
43
917
1,556
164
7,235
339
1,229
1,373
16,988
1995 Average ..................
.
486
21
3,207
1,514
54
1,096
1,899
156
7,789
365
852
1,381
17,725
2000 Average ..................
.
525
20
3,722
1,725
67
1,235
2,231
166
8,472
406
909
1,458
19,701
2001 Average ..................
.
519
19
3,847
1,655
72
1,142
2,044
153
8,610
437
811
1,481
19,649
2002 Average ..................
.
512
18
3,776
1,614
43
1,248
2,163
151
8,848
463
700
1,474
19,761
2003 Average ..................
.
503
16
3,927
1,578
55
1,215
2,074
140
8,935
455
772
1,579
20,034
2004 Average ..................
.
537
17
4,058
1,630
64
1,276
2,132
141
9,105
524
865
1,657
20,731
2005 Average ..................
.
546
19
4,118
1,679
70
1,229
2,030
141
9,159
515
920
1,605
20,802
2006 Average ..................
.
521
18
4,169
1,633
54
1,215
2,052
137
9,253
522
689
1,640
20,687
2007 Average ..................
.
494
17
4,196
1,622
32
1,235
2,085
142
9,286
490
723
1,593
20,680
2008 Average ..................
.
417
15
3,945
1,539
14
1,154
1,954
131
8,989
464
622
1,408
19,498
2009 Average ..................
.
360
14
3,631
1,393
18
1,160
2,051
118
8,997
427
511
1,251
18,771
2010 Average ..................
.
362
15
3,800
1,432
20
1,160
2,173
131
8,993
376
535
1,343
19,180
2011 Average ..................
.
355
15
3,899
1,425
12
1,153
2,204
125
8,753
361
461
1,272
18,882
2012 Average ..................
.
340
14
3,741
1,398
5
1,175
2,251
114
8,682
360
369
1,215
18,490
2013 Average ..................
.
323
12
3,827
1,434
5
1,275
2,440
121
8,843
354
319
1,282
18,961
2014 January....................
.
195
10
4,340
1,364
18
1,703
2,935
105
8,273
439
325
1,098
19,102
February ..................
.
208
7
4,160
1,380
5
1,445
2,603
103
8,647
300
238
1,256
18,908
March.......................
.
215
12
4,066
1,433
2
1,241
2,405
145
8,697
178
180
1,130
18,464
April .........................
.
278
12
3,990
1,455
2
1,009
2,198
131
8,955
324
279
1,224
18,849
May..........................
.
346
13
3,952
1,400
2
770
1,943
129
9,023
368
226
1,183
18,585
June.........................
.
402
11
3,902
1,544
2
942
2,096
117
9,039
352
254
1,171
18,890
July ..........................
.
466
17
3,867
1,559
12
936
2,143
138
9,249
413
253
1,166
19,283
August .....................
.
458
14
3,875
1,522
1
1,010
2,342
128
9,311
346
218
1,184
19,400
September ...............
.
447
12
3,933
1,482
18
1,076
2,340
144
8,822
413
278
1,358
19,246
October ....................
.
392
11
4,266
1,479
16
1,134
2,410
127
9,148
362
246
1,234
19,691
November ................
.
264
11
3,917
1,476
6
1,346
2,674
137
8,921
400
339
1,225
19,370
December ................
.
247
12
4,178
1,537
22
1,408
2,668
111
8,941
265
252
1,223
19,457
 Average ..................
.
327
12
4,037
1,470
9
1,167
2,396
126
8,921
347
257
1,204
19,106
2015 January....................
.
198
8
4,235
1,367
2
1,568
2,765
153
8,718
384
272
1,146
19,249
February ..................
.
214
8
4,535
1,442
9
1,551
2,762
112
8,650
240
197
1,226
19,396
March.......................
.
235
9
4,054
1,540
11
1,190
2,356
146
9,055
378
261
1,193
19,238
April .........................
.
302
14
3,998
1,483
1
961
2,229
124
9,139
376
151
1,220
19,037
May..........................
.
340
13
3,793
1,507
20
801
2,108
163
9,251
385
234
1,303
19,117
June.........................
.
470
12
3,854
1,637
(s)
1,016
2,211
128
9,391
406
172
1,309
19,591
July ..........................
.
484
18
3,877
1,637
1
980
2,329
158
9,438
408
325
1,303
19,979
August .....................
.
507
11
3,888
1,596
1
998
2,189
122
9,467
405
318
1,308
19,814
September ...............
.
471
11
4,015
1,535
2
896
2,072
129
9,275
298
275
1,143
19,225
October ....................
.
400
14
3,993
1,584
3
1,020
2,294
149
9,250
327
212
1,125
19,350
November ................
.
284
10
3,703
1,548
3
1,145
2,516
106
9,109
311
357
1,242
19,188
December ................
.
211
9
3,804
1,578
26
1,356
2,685
130
9,144
284
331
1,343
19,544
 Average ..................
.
344
11
3,976
1,539
7
1,121
2,375
135
9,161
351
259
1,239
19,395
2016 January....................
.
200
7
3,816
1,449
-3
1,577
2,898
134
8,670
349
339
1,195
19,055
February ..................
.
RF 
229
8
RE 
3,494
RE 
1,566
RF 
13
RE 
1,554
RF 
2,639
RF 
123
RE 
9,291
RF 
297
RE 
196
RE 
1,897
RE 
19,752
March.......................
.
257
9
3,678
1,486
9
1,080
2,338
142
9,362
326
370
1,555
19,532
 3-Month Average ...
.
229
8
3,666
1,499
6
1,400
2,625
133
9,104
325
304
1,541
19,440
2015 3-Month Average ...
.
216
8
4,266
1,450
7
1,432
2,623
138
8,813
337
245
1,187
19,291
2014 3-Month Average ...
.
206
9
4,190
1,393
9
1,464
2,649
118
8,535
306
248
1,158
18,822
Liquefied petroleum gases.
Beginning in 2009, includes renewable diesel fuel (including biodiesel)
blended into distillate fuel oil. 
Beginning in 1957, includes kerosene-type jet fuel.  For 1952–2004, also
includes naphtha-type jet fuel.  (Through 1951, naphtha-type jet fuel is included in
the products from which it was blended—gasoline, kerosene, and distillate fuel oil.
Beginning in 2005, naphtha-type jet fuel is included in "Other.").
.
Includes propylene.
Finished motor gasoline.  Through 1963, also includes special naphthas.
Beginning in 1993, also includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline.
.
Pentanes plus, petrochemical feedstocks, still gas (refinery gas), waxes, and
miscellaneous products.   Beginning  in  1964, also includes special naphthas.
Beginning in 1981, also includes negative barrels per day of distillate and residual
fuel oil reclassified as unfinished oils, and other products (from both primary and
secondary  supply)  reclassified  as  gasoline  blending  components.
Beginning in 1983, also includes crude oil burned as fuel.  Beginning in 2005, also
includes naphtha-type jet fuel.
.
R=Revised.  E=Estimate.  F=Forecast.  NA=Not available.  (s)=Less than 500
barrels per day and greater than -500 barrels per day.
Notes:   
•  
Petroleum products  supplied  is an  approximation of  petroleum
consumption and is synonymous with the term "petroleum consumption" in Tables
3.7a–3.8c.    See  Note  1,  "Petroleum  Products  Supplied  and  Petroleum
Consumption," at end of section.  
•  
Totals may not equal sum of components due
to independent rounding.  
•  
Geographic coverage is the 50 states and the District
of Columbia.
Web Page:  See http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#petroleum (Excel
and CSV files) for all available annual data beginning in 1949 and monthly data
beginning in 1973.
Sources:  
1949–1975:  Bureau of Mines, Mineral Industry Surveys, Petroleum
Statement, Annual, annual reports.  
1976–1980:  U.S. Energy Information
Administration (EIA), Energy Data Reports, Petroleum Statement, Annual, annual
reports.  
1981–2014:  EIA, Petroleum Supply Annual, annual reports, and
unpublished revisions.  
2015 and 2016:  EIA, Petroleum Supply Monthly, monthly
reports; and, for the current two months, Weekly Petroleum Status Report data
system, Short-Term Integrated Forecasting System, and Monthly Energy Review
data system calculations.
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Figure 3.6  Heat Content of Petroleum Products Supplied by Type
Total, 1949–2015
Petroleum Products Supplied as Share of Total Energy Consumption, 1949–2015
By Product, March 2016
62
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1950
1955
1960
1965
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
10
20
30
40
50
Quadrillion Btu
1950
1955
1960
1965
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
10
20
30
40
50
Percent
d
0.053
0.001
0.657
0.261
0.002
0.256
0.027
1.469
0.061
0.072
0.276
Asphalt 
Aviation
Distillate 
Jet 
Kerosene
Liquefied  Lubricants
Motor
Petroleum  Residual 
Other
0.0
0.4
0.8
1.2
1.6
Quadrillion Btu
a
Includes renewable diesel fuel (including biodiesel) blended into distil-
late fuel oil.
b
Includes kerosene-type jet fuel only.
c
Includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline.
d
All petroleum products not separately displayed.
Web Page:  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#petroleum.
Sources:  Tables 1.1 and 3.6.
and
Road Oil
Gasoline
Fuel Oil
Coke
Gasoline
c
Petroleum
Gases
Fuel Oil
a
Fuel
b
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U.S. Energy Information Administration / Monthly Energy Review April 2016
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Table 3.6   Heat Content of Petroleum Products Supplied by Type
(Trillion Btu)
)
Asphalt
and
Road Oil
Aviation
Gasoline
Distillate
Fuel Oilb
Jet
Fuelc
Kero-
sene
LPGa
Lubri-
cants
Motor
Gasolinee
Petro-
leum
Coke
Residual
Fuel Oil
Otherf
Total
Propaned
Total
1950 Total......................
.
435
199
2,300
( )c
668
NA
343
236
5,015
90
3,482
546
13,315
1955 Total......................
.
615
354
3,385
301
662
NA
592
258
6,640
147
3,502
798
17,255
1960 Total......................
.
734
298
3,992
739
563
NA
912
259
7,631
328
3,517
947
19,919
1965 Total......................
.
890
222
4,519
1,215
553
NA
1,232
286
8,806
444
3,691
1,390
23,246
1970 Total......................
.
1,082
100
5,401
1,973
544
1,086
1,689
301
11,091
465
5,057
1,817
29,521
1975 Total......................
.
1,014
71
6,061
2,047
329
1,097
1,807
304
12,798
542
5,649
2,109
32,732
1980 Total......................
.
962
64
6,110
2,190
329
1,059
1,976
354
12,648
522
5,772
3,278
34,205
1985 Total......................
.
1,029
50
6,098
2,497
236
1,236
2,103
322
13,098
582
2,759
2,152
30,925
1990 Total......................
.
1,170
45
6,422
3,129
88
1,284
2,059
362
13,872
745
2,820
2,839
33,552
1995 Total......................
.
1,178
40
6,812
3,132
112
1,534
2,512
346
14,834
802
1,955
2,837
34,558
2000 Total......................
.
1,276
36
7,927
3,580
140
1,734
2,945
369
16,167
895
2,091
2,979
38,406
2001 Total......................
.
1,257
35
8,170
3,426
150
1,598
2,697
338
16,386
961
1,861
3,056
38,337
2002 Total......................
.
1,240
34
8,020
3,340
90
1,747
2,852
334
16,829
1,018
1,605
3,040
38,401
2003 Total......................
.
1,220
30
8,341
3,265
113
1,701
2,748
309
16,968
1,000
1,772
3,264
39,030
2004 Total......................
.
1,304
31
8,642
3,383
133
1,791
2,824
313
17,333
1,148
1,990
3,428
40,528
2005 Total......................
.
1,323
35
8,745
3,475
144
1,721
2,682
312
17,378
1,125
2,111
3,318
40,647
2006 Total......................
.
1,261
33
8,831
3,379
111
1,701
2,700
303
17,531
1,141
1,581
3,416
40,289
2007 Total......................
.
1,197
32
8,860
3,358
67
1,729
2,733
313
17,472
1,072
1,659
3,313
40,075
2008 Total......................
.
1,012
28
8,346
3,193
30
1,620
2,574
291
16,865
1,017
1,432
2,941
37,728
2009 Total......................
.
873
27
7,661
2,883
36
1,624
2,664
262
16,750
937
1,173
2,611
35,877
2010 Total......................
.
878
27
8,014
2,963
41
1,624
2,821
291
16,668
831
1,228
2,800
36,561
2011 Total......................
.
859
27
8,217
2,950
25
1,614
2,839
276
16,191
801
1,058
2,676
35,920
2012 Total......................
.
827
25
7,903
2,901
11
1,649
2,912
254
16,089
802
849
2,558
35,130
2013 Total......................
.
783
22
8,059
2,969
11
1,785
3,167
268
16,339
786
731
2,677
35,812
2014 January y ..................
.
40
2
776
240
3
203
326
20
1,298
83
63
195
3,045
February ................
.
39
1
672
219
1
155
260
18
1,225
51
42
201
2,727
March.....................
.
44
2
727
252
(s)
148
263
27
1,364
34
35
202
2,950
April .......................
.
55
2
690
248
(s)
116
233
24
1,359
59
53
212
2,936
May........................
.
71
2
707
246
(s)
92
210
24
1,415
70
44
212
3,001
June .......................
.
80
2
675
263
(s)
108
220
21
1,372
64
48
201
2,946
July ........................
.
96
3
691
274
2
111
232
26
1,451
78
49
209
3,111
August ...................
.
94
2
693
268
(s)
120
254
24
1,461
65
42
211
3,115
September .............
.
89
2
681
252
3
124
246
26
1,339
75
52
233
2,999
October ..................
.
81
2
763
260
3
135
265
24
1,435
69
48
218
3,166
November ..............
.
53
2
678
251
1
155
286
25
1,354
73
64
211
2,997
December ..............
.
51
2
747
270
4
167
295
21
1,402
50
49
215
3,106
 Total ......................
.
793
22
8,499
3,042
19
1,634
3,090
280
16,476
772
590
2,518
36,101
2015 January y ..................
.
41
1
757
240
(s)
186
307
29
1,367
72
53
202
3,071
February ................
.
40
1
733
229
1
167
275
19
1,226
41
35
195
2,794
March.....................
.
48
1
725
271
2
141
258
27
1,420
71
51
209
3,084
April .......................
.
60
2
692
252
(s)
111
235
23
1,387
69
28
208
2,956
May........................
.
70
2
678
265
4
95
230
31
1,451
73
46
232
3,080
June .......................
.
94
2
667
279
(s)
117
235
23
1,425
74
33
225
3,056
July ........................
.
100
3
693
288
(s)
117
255
30
1,480
77
63
232
3,221
August ...................
.
104
2
695
281
(s)
119
240
23
1,485
76
62
229
3,198
September .............
.
94
2
695
261
(s)
103
216
23
1,408
54
52
196
3,001
October ..................
.
82
2
714
278
1
121
250
28
1,451
62
41
197
3,106
November ..............
.
57
1
641
263
(s)
132
265
19
1,383
57
67
214
2,968
December ..............
.
43
1
680
277
5
161
294
24
1,434
54
65
238
3,116
 Total ......................
.
832
21
8,369
3,184
14
1,570
3,060
299
16,919
780
595
2,577
36,650
2016 January y ..................
.
41
1
682
255
(s)
188
321
25
1,360
66
66
212
3,029
February ................
.
RF 
44
1
RE 
584
RE 
257
RF 
2
RE 
173
RF 
270
22
RE 
1,363
RF 
52
RE 
36
RE 
334
RE 
2,966
March.....................
.
53
1
657
261
2
128
256
27
1,469
61
72
276
3,135
 3-Month Total .......
.
138
4
1,924
773
3
489
847
73
4,192
180
174
822
9,131
2015 3-Month Total.......
.
129
4
2,215
740
4
495
840
75
4,013
185
139
607
8,950
2014 3-Month Total.......
.
123
4
2,175
711
4
505
849
65
3,887
168
140
597
8,723
Liquefied petroleum gases.
Beginning in 2009, includes renewable diesel fuel (including biodiesel)
blended into distillate fuel oil. 
Beginning in 1957, includes kerosene-type jet fuel.  For 1952–2004, also
includes naphtha-type jet fuel.  (Through 1951, naphtha-type jet fuel is included in
the products from which it was blended—gasoline, kerosene, and distillate fuel oil.
Beginning in 2005, naphtha-type jet fuel is included in "Other.").
.
Includes propylene.
Finished motor gasoline.  Through 1963, also includes special naphthas.
Beginning in 1993, also includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline.
.
Pentanes plus, petrochemical feedstocks, still gas (refinery gas), waxes, and
miscellaneous  products.    Beginning  in 1964,  also includes  special naphthas.
Beginning in 1981, also includes negative barrels per day of distillate and residual
fuel oil reclassified as unfinished oils, and other products (from both primary and
secondary  supply)  reclassified  as  gasoline  blending  components.
.
Beginning in 1983, also includes crude oil burned as fuel.  Beginning in 2005, also
includes naphtha-type jet fuel.
R=Revised.  E=Estimate.  F=Forecast.  NA=Not available.  (s)=Less than 0.5
trillion Btu and greater than -0.5 trillion Btu.  
Notes:   
•   
Petroleum  products  supplied  is  an  approximation  of  petroleum
consumption and is synonymous with the term "petroleum consumption" in Tables
3.7a–3.8c.    See  Note  1,  "Petroleum  Products  Supplied  and  Petroleum
Consumption," at end of section.  
•  
Totals may not equal sum of components due
to independent rounding.  
•  
Geographic coverage is the 50 states and the District
of Columbia.
Web Page:  See http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#petroleum (Excel
and CSV files) for all available annual data beginning in 1949 and monthly data
beginning in 1973.
Sources:   See end of section.
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Figure 3.7 Petroleum Consumption by Sector
By Sector, 1949–2015
By Sector, January 2016
Sector Shares 1949 and 2015
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Transportation
1950
1955
1960
1965
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
4
8
12
16
Million Barrels per Day
Industrial
a
Residential and Commercial
a
Electric Power
a
a
0.842
0.466
4.756
12.865
0.126
Residential
Commercial
Industrial
Transportation
Electric Power
0
4
8
12
16
Million Barrels per Day
3
2
24
71
1
10
6
28
54
3
Residential
Commercial
Industrial
Transportation
Electric Power
0
20
40
60
80
Percent
1949
2015
a
Includes combined-heat-and-power plants and  a  small  number of
electricity-only plants.
Web Page:  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#petroleum.
Sources:  Tables 3.7a–3.7c.
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Table 3.7a   Petroleum Consumption:  Residential and Commercial Sectors 
(Thousand Barrels per Day)
)
Residential Sector
Commercial Sectora
Distillate
Fuel Oil
Kero-
sene
Liquefied
Petroleum
Gases
Total
Distillate
Fuel Oil
Kero-
sene
Liquefied
Petroleum
Gases
Motor
Gasolineb
Petro-
leum
Coke
Residual
Fuel Oil
Total
1950 Average ....................
.
390
168
104
662
123
23
28
52
NA
185
411
1955 Average ....................
.
562
179
144
885
177
24
38
69
NA
209
519
1960 Average ....................
.
736
171
217
1,123
232
23
58
35
NA
243
590
1965 Average ....................
.
805
161
275
1,242
251
26
74
40
NA
281
672
1970 Average ....................
.
883
144
392
1,419
276
30
102
45
NA
311
764
1975 Average ....................
.
850
78
365
1,293
276
24
92
46
NA
214
653
1980 Average ....................
.
617
51
222
890
243
20
63
56
NA
245
626
1985 Average ....................
.
514
77
224
815
297
16
68
50
NA
99
530
1990 Average ....................
.
460
31
252
742
252
6
73
58
0
100
489
1995 Average ....................
.
426
36
282
743
225
11
78
10
(s)
62
385
2000 Average ....................
.
424
46
395
865
230
14
107
23
(s)
40
415
2001 Average ....................
.
427
46
375
849
239
15
102
20
(s)
30
406
2002 Average ....................
.
404
29
384
817
209
8
101
24
(s)
35
376
2003 Average ....................
.
438
34
389
861
233
9
112
32
(s)
48
434
2004 Average ....................
.
433
41
364
839
221
10
108
23
(s)
53
416
2005 Average ....................
.
402
40
366
809
210
10
94
24
(s)
50
389
2006 Average ....................
.
335
32
318
685
189
7
88
26
(s)
33
343
2007 Average ....................
.
342
21
345
708
181
4
87
32
(s)
33
337
2008 Average ....................
.
354
10
394
758
181
2
113
24
(s)
31
351
2009 Average ....................
.
276
13
391
680
187
2
99
28
(s)
31
348
2010 Average ....................
.
266
14
379
659
185
2
100
28
(s)
27
343
2011 Average ....................
.
248
9
347
604
186
2
100
24
(s)
23
335
2012 Average ....................
.
228
4
286
518
168
1
98
21
(s)
14
301
2013 Average ....................
.
233
4
336
573
163
(s)
110
22
(s)
11
306
2014 January......................
.
330
14
404
748
221
2
133
30
(s)
5
391
February ....................
.
406
4
358
768
272
1
118
32
(s)
6
427
March.........................
.
328
2
331
661
219
(s)
109
32
(s)
4
365
April ...........................
.
164
1
303
469
110
(s)
99
33
(s)
2
245
May............................
.
215
1
268
484
144
(s)
88
33
(s)
3
268
June...........................
.
191
1
289
481
128
(s)
95
33
0
3
258
July ............................
.
155
9
295
459
104
1
97
34
(s)
2
237
August .......................
.
162
1
323
486
108
(s)
106
34
(s)
2
251
September .................
.
234
14
322
569
156
2
106
32
(s)
3
300
October ......................
.
244
12
332
588
164
2
109
33
(s)
3
311
November ..................
.
297
5
368
670
199
1
121
33
(s)
4
357
December ..................
.
319
16
367
703
213
2
120
33
(s)
4
374
 Average ....................
.
253
7
330
589
169
1
108
33
(s)
3
315
2015 January......................
.
396
2
381
778
265
(s)
125
32
(s)
5
428
February ....................
.
379
7
380
766
253
1
125
32
(s)
5
416
March.........................
.
271
8
324
604
181
1
106
33
(s)
4
326
April ...........................
.
169
1
307
476
113
(s)
101
33
(s)
2
250
May............................
.
163
15
290
469
109
2
95
34
(s)
2
243
June...........................
.
99
(s)
304
403
66
(s)
100
34
0
1
202
July ............................
.
110
1
321
432
74
(s)
105
34
0
2
215
August .......................
.
137
1
301
439
92
(s)
99
35
(s)
2
227
September .................
.
135
1
285
421
90
(s)
94
34
(s)
2
220
October ......................
.
329
2
316
648
220
(s)
104
34
(s)
5
363
November ..................
.
365
2
347
714
244
(s)
114
33
(s)
5
397
December ..................
.
384
19
370
773
257
3
121
33
(s)
5
420
 Average ....................
.
244
5
327
576
163
1
107
33
(s)
3
308
2016 January......................
.
445
-2
399
842
298
(s)
131
32
(s)
6
466
Commercial 
sector  fuel  use,  including  that  at  commercial
combined-heat-and-power (CHP) and commercial electricity-only plants.
.
Finished motor gasoline.  Through 1963, also includes special naphthas.
Beginning in 1993, also includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline.
.
R=Revised.  NA=Not available. (s)=Less than 500 barrels per day and greater
than -500 barrels per day. 
Notes:  
•  
Data are estimates.  
•  
For total petroleum consumption by all sectors,
see petroleum products supplied data in Table 3.5.  Petroleum products supplied is
an approximation of petroleum consumption and is synonymous with the term
m
"petroleum consumption" in Tables 3.7a–3.8c.  See Note 1, "Petroleum Products
Supplied and Petroleum Consumption," at end of section.  
•  
Totals may not equal
sum of components due to independent rounding.  
•  
Geographic coverage is the
50 states and the District of Columbia.
Web Page:  See http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#petroleum (Excel
and CSV files) for all available annual data beginning in 1949 and monthly data
beginning in 1973.
Sources:  See end of section. 
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Table 3.7b   Petroleum Consumption:  Industrial Sector 
(Thousand Barrels per Day)
)
Industrial Sectora
Asphalt
and
Road Oil
Distillate
Fuel Oil
Kerosene
Liquefied
Petroleum
Gases
Lubricants
Motor
Gasolineb
Petroleum
Coke
Residual
Fuel Oil
Otherc
Total
1950 Average....................
.
180
328
132
100
43
131
41
617
250
1,822
1955 Average....................
.
254
466
116
212
47
173
67
686
366
2,387
1960 Average....................
.
302
476
78
333
48
198
149
689
435
2,708
1965 Average....................
.
368
541
80
470
62
179
202
689
657
3,247
1970 Average....................
.
447
577
89
699
70
150
203
708
866
3,808
1975 Average....................
.
419
630
58
844
68
116
246
658
1,001
4,038
1980 Average....................
.
396
621
87
1,172
82
82
234
586
1,581
4,842
1985 Average....................
.
425
526
21
1,285
75
114
261
326
1,032
4,065
1990 Average....................
.
483
541
6
1,215
84
97
325
179
1,373
4,304
1995 Average....................
.
486
532
7
1,527
80
105
328
147
1,381
4,594
2000 Average....................
.
525
563
8
1,720
86
79
361
105
1,458
4,903
2001 Average....................
.
519
611
11
1,557
79
155
390
89
1,481
4,892
2002 Average....................
.
512
566
7
1,668
78
163
383
83
1,474
4,934
2003 Average....................
.
503
551
12
1,560
72
171
375
96
1,579
4,918
2004 Average....................
.
537
570
14
1,646
73
195
423
108
1,657
5,222
2005 Average....................
.
546
594
19
1,549
72
187
404
123
1,605
5,100
2006 Average....................
.
521
594
14
1,627
71
198
425
104
1,640
5,193
2007 Average....................
.
494
595
6
1,637
73
161
412
84
1,593
5,056
2008 Average....................
.
417
637
2
1,419
67
131
394
84
1,408
4,559
2009 Average....................
.
360
509
2
1,541
61
128
363
57
1,251
4,272
2010 Average....................
.
362
547
4
1,673
68
140
310
52
1,343
4,500
2011 Average....................
.
355
586
2
1,733
64
138
295
59
1,272
4,503
2012 Average....................
.
340
602
1
1,841
59
136
319
30
1,215
4,543
2013 Average....................
.
323
601
1
1,962
62
142
295
21
1,282
4,690
2014 January......................
.
195
913
3
2,357
54
107
372
19
1,098
5,119
February ....................
.
208
712
1
2,090
53
112
240
17
1,256
4,690
March.........................
.
215
669
(s)
1,932
75
113
114
12
1,130
4,260
April ...........................
.
278
714
(s)
1,765
68
116
278
19
1,224
4,463
May............................
.
346
586
(s)
1,560
67
117
308
16
1,183
4,184
June ...........................
.
402
517
(s)
1,684
60
117
287
18
1,171
4,258
July ............................
.
466
513
2
1,721
71
120
356
17
1,166
4,432
August .......................
.
458
497
(s)
1,881
66
121
288
14
1,184
4,510
September .................
.
447
555
3
1,879
74
114
354
19
1,358
4,803
October ......................
.
392
768
2
1,935
65
119
328
17
1,234
4,860
November ..................
.
264
575
1
2,147
71
116
354
24
1,225
4,777
December ..................
.
247
757
3
2,142
57
116
200
18
1,223
4,763
 Average ....................
.
327
648
1
1,924
65
116
290
18
1,204
4,593
2015 January......................
.
198
850
(s)
2,220
79
113
323
19
1,146
4,948
February ....................
.
214
926
1
2,218
57
112
169
10
1,226
4,933
March.........................
.
235
735
2
1,892
75
118
335
19
1,193
4,603
April ...........................
.
302
716
(s)
1,790
64
119
328
11
1,220
4,550
May............................
.
340
540
3
1,693
84
120
332
17
1,303
4,431
June ...........................
.
470
583
(s)
1,775
66
122
356
12
1,309
4,694
July ............................
.
484
565
(s)
1,871
81
122
343
22
1,303
4,792
August .......................
.
507
533
(s)
1,758
63
123
344
21
1,308
4,658
September .................
.
471
715
(s)
1,664
66
120
237
20
1,143
4,435
October ......................
.
400
503
(s)
1,842
77
120
279
14
1,125
4,360
November ..................
.
284
365
(s)
2,021
54
118
269
24
1,242
4,379
December ..................
.
211
448
4
2,156
67
119
241
22
1,343
4,610
 Average ....................
.
344
621
1
1,907
70
119
297
18
1,239
4,615
2016 January......................
.
200
533
(s)
2,327
69
113
296
24
1,195
4,756
Industrial sector fuel use, including that at industrial combined-heat-and-power
(CHP) and industrial electricity-only plants. 
Finished motor gasoline.  Through 1963, also includes special naphthas.
Beginning in 1993, also includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline.
.
Pentanes plus, petrochemical feedstocks, still gas (refinery gas), waxes, and
miscellaneous  products.   Beginning in 1964,  also includes  special  naphthas.
Beginning in 1981, also includes negative barrels per day of distillate and residual
fuel oil reclassified as unfinished oils, and other products (from both primary and
secondary  supply)  reclassified  as  gasoline  blending  components.
Beginning in 1983, also includes crude oil burned as fuel.  Beginning in 2005, also
includes naphtha-type jet fuel.
.
R=Revised.  (s)=Less than 500 barrels per day and greater than -500 barrels per
day.  
Notes:  
•  
Data are estimates.  
•  
For total petroleum consumption by all sectors,
see petroleum products supplied data in Table 3.5.  Petroleum products supplied is
an approximation of petroleum consumption and is synonymous with the term
"petroleum consumption" in Tables 3.7a–3.8c.  See Note 1, "Petroleum Products
Supplied and Petroleum Consumption," at end of section.  
•  
Totals may not equal
sum of components due to independent rounding.  
•  
Geographic coverage is the
50 states and the District of Columbia.
Web Page:  See http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#petroleum (Excel
and CSV files) for all available annual data beginning in 1949 and monthly data
beginning in 1973.
Sources:  See end of section. 
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Table 3.7c   Petroleum Consumption:  Transportation and Electric Power Sectors
(Thousand Barrels per Day)
)
Transportation Sector
Electric Power Sectora
Aviation
Gasoline
Distillate
Fuel Oilb
Jet
Fuelc
Liquefied
Petroleum
Gases
Lubri-
cants
Motor
Gasolined
Residual
Fuel Oil
Total
Distillate
Fuel Oile
Petro-
leum
Coke
Residual
Fuel Oilf
Total
1950 Average....................
.
108
226
( )c
2
64
2,433
524
3,356
15
NA
192
207
1955 Average....................
.
192
372
154
9
70
3,221
440
4,458
15
NA
191
206
1960 Average....................
.
161
418
371
13
68
3,736
367
5,135
10
NA
231
241
1965 Average....................
.
120
514
602
23
67
4,374
336
6,036
14
NA
302
316
1970 Average....................
.
55
738
967
32
66
5,589
332
7,778
66
9
853
928
1975 Average....................
.
39
998
992
31
70
6,512
310
8,951
107
1
1,280
1,388
1980 Average....................
.
35
1,311
1,062
13
77
6,441
608
9,546
79
2
1,069
1,151
1985 Average....................
.
27
1,491
1,218
21
71
6,667
342
9,838
40
3
435
478
1990 Average....................
.
24
1,722
1,522
16
80
7,080
443
10,888
45
14
507
566
1995 Average....................
.
21
1,973
1,514
13
76
7,674
397
11,668
51
37
247
334
2000 Average....................
.
20
2,422
1,725
8
81
8,370
386
13,012
82
45
378
505
2001 Average....................
.
19
2,489
1,655
10
74
8,435
255
12,938
80
47
437
564
2002 Average....................
.
18
2,536
1,614
10
73
8,662
295
13,208
60
80
287
427
2003 Average....................
.
16
2,629
1,578
13
68
8,733
249
13,286
76
79
379
534
2004 Average....................
.
17
2,783
1,630
14
69
8,887
321
13,720
52
101
382
535
2005 Average....................
.
19
2,858
1,679
20
68
8,948
365
13,957
54
111
382
547
2006 Average....................
.
18
3,017
1,633
20
67
9,029
395
14,178
35
97
157
289
2007 Average....................
.
17
3,037
1,622
16
69
9,093
433
14,287
42
78
173
293
2008 Average....................
.
15
2,738
1,539
29
64
8,834
402
13,621
34
70
104
209
2009 Average....................
.
14
2,626
1,393
20
57
8,841
344
13,297
33
63
79
175
2010 Average....................
.
15
2,764
1,432
21
64
8,824
389
13,508
38
65
67
170
2011 Average....................
.
15
2,849
1,425
24
61
8,591
338
13,303
30
66
41
137
2012 Average....................
.
14
2,719
1,398
26
56
8,525
291
13,029
25
41
33
99
2013 Average....................
.
12
2,804
1,434
32
59
8,679
253
13,274
26
59
34
119
2014 January......................
.
10
2,716
1,364
41
51
8,136
162
12,481
159
66
138
364
February ....................
.
7
2,723
1,380
37
50
8,503
160
12,859
48
60
55
164
March.........................
.
12
2,803
1,433
34
70
8,552
107
13,011
47
64
57
168
April ...........................
.
12
2,979
1,455
31
64
8,806
229
13,577
22
46
28
96
May............................
.
13
2,980
1,400
27
63
8,873
182
13,539
27
60
24
110
June ...........................
.
11
3,042
1,544
29
57
8,889
207
13,779
23
64
27
114
July ............................
.
17
3,074
1,559
30
67
9,095
203
14,045
21
58
31
110
August .......................
.
14
3,084
1,522
33
62
9,156
169
14,040
23
58
33
113
September .................
.
12
2,965
1,482
33
70
8,675
228
13,464
23
59
28
110
October ......................
.
11
3,069
1,479
34
61
8,996
200
13,850
21
34
26
81
November ..................
.
11
2,819
1,476
38
67
8,773
285
13,468
27
45
26
98
December ..................
.
12
2,862
1,537
38
54
8,792
206
13,501
27
65
24
116
 Average ....................
.
12
2,928
1,470
34
61
8,773
195
13,472
39
57
41
137
2015 January......................
.
8
2,681
1,367
39
74
8,573
191
12,934
42
61
57
161
February ....................
.
8
2,843
1,442
39
54
8,507
33
12,926
135
71
149
355
March.........................
.
9
2,840
1,540
33
71
8,905
211
13,608
27
43
28
97
April ...........................
.
14
2,980
1,483
31
60
8,987
110
13,666
21
47
28
96
May............................
.
13
2,954
1,507
30
79
9,097
189
13,869
27
53
25
106
June ...........................
.
12
3,079
1,637
31
62
9,234
129
14,186
26
50
30
106
July ............................
.
18
3,104
1,637
33
77
9,281
263
14,412
25
65
38
128
August .......................
.
11
3,104
1,596
31
59
9,310
261
14,372
23
61
34
119
September .................
.
11
3,054
1,535
29
62
9,121
222
14,034
22
61
31
114
October ......................
.
14
2,920
1,584
32
72
9,096
165
13,884
20
48
28
96
November ..................
.
10
2,701
1,548
35
51
8,958
296
13,600
27
41
31
99
December ..................
.
9
2,689
1,578
38
63
8,992
278
13,646
26
43
26
95
 Average ....................
.
11
2,912
1,539
33
66
9,008
197
13,767
34
54
41
129
2016 January......................
.
7
2,502
1,449
41
65
8,526
274
12,865
38
53
34
126
Electricity-only and combined-heat-and-power (CHP) plants within the NAICS
22 category whose primary business is to sell electricity, or electricity and heat, to
the public.  Through 1988, data are for electric utilities only; beginning in 1989, data
are for electric utilities and independent power producers.
.
Beginning in 2009, includes renewable diesel fuel (including biodiesel)
blended into distillate fuel oil. 
Beginning in 1957, includes kerosene-type jet fuel.  For 1952–2004, also
includes naphtha-type jet fuel.  (Through 1951, naphtha-type jet fuel is included in
the products from which it was blended—gasoline, kerosene, and distillate fuel oil.
Beginning in 2005, naphtha-type jet fuel is included in "Other" on Table 3.7b.)
)
Finished motor gasoline.  Through 1963, also includes special naphthas.
Beginning in 1993, also includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline.
.
Fuel oil nos. 1, 2, and 4.  Through 1979, data are for gas turbine and internal
combustion plant use of petroleum.  Through 2000, electric utility data also include
small amounts of kerosene and jet fuel.
.
Fuel oil nos. 5 and 6.  Through 1979, data are for steam plant use of
petroleum.  Through 2000, electric utility data also include a small amount of fuel oil
no. 4. 
R=Revised.  NA=Not available.  
Notes:  
•  
Transportation sector data are estimates.  
•  
For total petroleum
consumption by all sectors, see petroleum products supplied data in Table 3.5.
Petroleum products supplied is an approximation of petroleum consumption and is
synonymous with the term "petroleum consumption" in Tables 3.7a–3.8c.  See Note
1, "Petroleum Products Supplied and Petroleum Consumption," at end of section.
•  
Totals  may not  equal sum  of components due  to independent  rounding.
•  
Geographic coverage is the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Web Page:  See http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#petroleum (Excel
and CSV files) for all available annual data beginning in 1949 and monthly data
beginning in 1973.
Sources:  See end of section. 
Figure 3.8a  Heat Content of Petroleum Consumption by End-Use Sector, 1949–2015
(Quadrillion Btu)
Residential and Commercial
a
Sectors, Selected Products
Industrial
a
Sector, Selected Products 
Transportation Sector, Selected Products
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1950
1955
1960
1965
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
1
2
3
Distillate Fuel Oil
LPG
b
Kerosene
Residual Fuel Oil
LPG
b
1950
1955
1960
1965
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
1
2
3
Distillate Fuel Oil
Asphalt and
Road Oil
1950
1955
1960
1965
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
5
10
15
20
Distillate Fuel Oil
d
Jet Fuel
e
Motor Gasoline
c
a
Includes combined-heat-and-power plants and a small number of
electricity-only plants.
Liquefied petroleum gases.
c
Beginning in 1993, includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline.
Beginning in 2009, includes renewable diesel fuel (including biodie-
sel) blended into distillate fuel oil.
e
Beginning in 2005, includes kerosene-type jet fuel only.
Web Page:  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#petroleum.
Sources:  Tables 3.8a–3.8c. 
Figure 3.8b  Heat Content of Petroleum Consumption by End-Use Sector, Monthly
(Quadrillion Btu)
Residential and Commercial
a
Sectors, Selected Products 
Industrial
a
Sector, Selected Products  
Transportation Sector, Selected Products
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J F M A M
J J A S O N D J F M A M
J J A S O N D
J F M A M
J J A S O N D
0.00
0.05
0.10
0.15
0.20
Residual Fuel Oil
2015
2016
LPG
b
Distillate Fuel Oil
J F M
A M
J J A S O N D
J F M A M
J J A S O N D
J F M A M
J J A S O N D
0.0
0.1
0.2
0.3
LPG
b
Distillate Fuel Oil
2014
Asphalt and Road Oil
2014                                                               2015                                                                2016
2015
2014
2016
J F M A M
J J A S O N D
J F M A M
J J A S O N D
J F M A M
J J A S O N D
0.0
0.6
1.2
1.8
Motor Gasoline
c
Distillate Fuel Oil
d
Jet Fuel
e
a
Includes combined-heat-and-power plants and a small number of
electricity-only plants.
b
Liquefied petroleum gases.
c
Includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline.
Includes renewable diesel fuel (including biodiesel) blended into
distillate fuel oil.
e
Includes kerosene-type jet fuel only.
Web Page:  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#petroleum.
Sources:  Tables 3.8a–3.8c.
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Table 3.8a   Heat Content of Petroleum Consumption:  Residential and Commercial Sectors 
(Trillion Btu)
)
Residential Sector
Commercial Sectora
Distillate
Fuel Oil
Kerosene
Liquefied
Petroleum
Gases
Total
Distillate
Fuel Oil
Kerosene
Liquefied
Petroleum
Gases
Motor
Gasolineb
Petroleum
Coke
Residual
Fuel Oil
Total
1950 Total........................
.
829
347
146
1,322
262
47
39
100
NA
424
872
1955 Total........................
.
1,194
371
202
1,767
377
51
54
133
NA
480
1,095
1960 Total........................
.
1,568
354
305
2,227
494
48
81
67
NA
559
1,248
1965 Total........................
.
1,713
334
385
2,432
534
54
103
77
NA
645
1,413
1970 Total........................
.
1,878
298
549
2,725
587
61
143
86
NA
714
1,592
1975 Total........................
.
1,807
161
512
2,479
587
49
129
89
NA
492
1,346
1980 Total........................
.
1,316
107
311
1,734
518
41
88
107
NA
565
1,318
1985 Total........................
.
1,092
159
314
1,565
631
33
95
96
NA
228
1,083
1990 Total........................
.
978
64
352
1,394
536
12
102
111
0
230
991
1995 Total........................
.
904
74
395
1,373
478
22
109
18
(s)
141
769
2000 Total........................
.
904
95
555
1,553
490
30
150
45
(s)
92
807
2001 Total........................
.
907
95
526
1,528
508
31
143
37
(s)
70
789
2002 Total........................
.
859
60
537
1,456
444
16
141
45
(s)
80
726
2003 Total........................
.
931
70
544
1,546
496
19
157
60
(s)
111
842
2004 Total........................
.
923
85
512
1,519
470
20
152
45
(s)
122
810
2005 Total........................
.
853
84
513
1,450
447
22
131
46
(s)
116
762
2006 Total........................
.
709
66
446
1,221
400
15
123
48
(s)
75
662
2007 Total........................
.
721
44
484
1,249
381
9
121
60
(s)
75
648
2008 Total........................
.
750
21
553
1,324
384
4
158
45
(s)
71
663
2009 Total........................
.
582
28
547
1,157
395
4
139
52
(s)
71
662
2010 Total........................
.
562
29
530
1,121
391
5
140
52
(s)
62
650
2011 Total........................
.
523
19
486
1,027
391
3
141
44
(s)
54
633
2012 Total........................
.
482
8
402
892
355
1
138
39
(s)
31
564
2013 Total........................
.
491
8
470
970
344
1
154
40
(s)
24
563
2014 January....................
.
59
2
48
110
40
(s)
16
5
(s)
1
61
February ..................
.
66
1
39
105
44
(s)
13
4
(s)
1
62
March.......................
.
59
(s)
39
98
39
(s)
13
5
(s)
1
58
April .........................
.
28
(s)
35
64
19
(s)
11
5
(s)
(s)
36
May..........................
.
38
(s)
32
71
26
(s)
10
5
(s)
1
42
June .........................
.
33
(s)
33
67
22
(s)
11
5
0
(s)
39
July ..........................
.
28
2
35
64
19
(s)
12
5
(s)
(s)
36
August .....................
.
29
(s)
38
68
19
(s)
13
5
(s)
(s)
38
September ...............
.
40
2
37
80
27
(s)
12
5
(s)
1
45
October ....................
.
44
2
39
85
29
(s)
13
5
(s)
1
48
November ................
.
51
1
42
95
34
(s)
14
5
(s)
1
54
December ................
.
57
3
44
104
38
(s)
14
5
(s)
1
59
 Total........................
.
533
14
462
1,009
357
2
151
60
1
8
579
2015 January....................
.
71
(s)
45
116
47
(s)
15
5
(s)
1
68
February ..................
.
61
1
41
103
41
(s)
13
4
(s)
1
60
March.......................
.
49
1
39
89
32
(s)
13
5
(s)
1
51
April .........................
.
29
(s)
35
65
20
(s)
12
5
(s)
(s)
37
May..........................
.
29
3
35
66
20
(s)
11
5
(s)
(s)
37
June .........................
.
17
(s)
35
52
11
(s)
11
5
0
(s)
28
July ..........................
.
20
(s)
38
58
13
(s)
13
5
0
(s)
31
August .....................
.
24
(s)
36
60
16
(s)
12
5
(s)
(s)
34
September ...............
.
23
(s)
33
56
16
(s)
11
5
(s)
(s)
32
October ....................
.
59
(s)
38
97
39
(s)
12
5
(s)
1
58
November ................
.
63
(s)
40
104
42
(s)
13
5
(s)
1
61
December ................
.
69
3
44
116
46
(s)
14
5
(s)
1
67
 Total........................
.
515
10
458
983
344
1
150
62
1
8
566
2016 January....................
.
80
(s)
47
127
53
(s)
16
5
(s)
1
75
Commercial 
sector  fuel  use,  including  that  at 
commercial
combined-heat-and-power (CHP) and commercial electricity-only plants. 
Finished motor gasoline.  Through 1963, also includes special naphthas.
Beginning in 1993, also includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline.
.
R=Revised.  NA=Not available.  (s)=Less than 0.5 trillion Btu and greater than
-0.5 trillion Btu.
.
Notes:  
•  
Data are estimates.  
•  
For total heat content of petroleum consumption
by all sectors, see data for heat content of petroleum products supplied in Table
3.6.  Petroleum products supplied is an approximation of petroleum consumption
n
and is synonymous with the term "petroleum consumption" in Tables 3.7a–3.8c.
See Note 1, "Petroleum Products Supplied and Petroleum Consumption," at end of
section.  
•  
Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
•  
Geographic coverage is the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Web Page:  See http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#petroleum (Excel
and CSV files) for all available annual data beginning in 1949 and monthly data
beginning in 1973.
Sources:   See end of section.
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