Weekly US Oil Inventory Report

Weekly US Oil Inventory Report

Summary of this week's US Petroleum Status Report for the week ending June 16, 2017:

  • Commercial crude oil inventories declined 2.5 million barrels, seen mostly in the Midwest region.
  • Cushing saw a drawdown of 1.1 million barrels. Another 783,000 barrels of crude were sold out of Strategic Petroleum Reserves (SPR).
  • Gasoline inventories declined 578,000 barrels but distillate stockpiles rose by over 1 million barrels. The EIA reported a 1.5 million bbl/day jump in products consumed last week, topping 21 million bbl/day.
  • Crude oil production rose another 20,000 bbl/day last week. Output from the Lower 48 increased 25,000 bbl/day while production from Alaska fell 5,000 bbl/day.

The American Petroleum Institute (API) had predicted a crude oil drawdown of 2.7 million barrels.

CRUDE OIL INVENTORIES (thousand barrels)

PADD 1: E. COAST • PADD 2: MIDWEST • PADD 3: GULF COAST • PADD 4: ROCKY MNTS • PADD 5: W. COAST


CRUDE OIL PRODUCTION (thousand bbl/day)


CRUDE OIL BALANCE (thousand bbl/day)


GASOLINE BALANCE (thousand bbl/day)

DISTILLATE BALANCE (thousand bbl/day)

GASOLINE & DISTILLATE INVENTORIES (thousand barrels)

TOTAL PRODUCTS BALANCE (thousand bbl/day)

UPDATED: EVERY WEDNESDAY
SOURCE: US ENERGY INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION WEEKLY PETROLEUM STATUS REPORT
Weekly US Oil Inventory Report

Weekly US Oil Inventory Report

Weekly US Oil Inventory Report

Weekly US Oil Inventory Report

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