WEEKLY PUBLICATIONS
The Oil Sands Weekly
Energy Market Review
US Inventory Report


WEEKLY NEWSLETTER
Sign-up for the latest oil sands news, site updates and what's moving energy markets, delivered to your inbox every week-end:

WE RESPECT YOUR PRIVACY
Opt out anytime by clicking "UNSUBSCRIBE" at the bottom of the newsletter.
Weekly US Oil Inventory Report

Weekly US Oil Inventory Report

Summary of this week's US Petroleum Status Report for the week ending June 23, 2017:

  • Despite production disruptions in the Gulf Coast last week due to Tropical Storm Cindy, crude oil stockpiles unexpectedly rose 118,000 barrels. Gains were focused in the Gulf Coast (+1.2 million barrels) and on the East Coast (+1.0 million barrels), offsetting some of the drawdowns in the Midwest and West Coast.
  • Crude production dipped 100,000 bbl/day, split evenly across the Lower 48 and Alaska.
  • Refinery runs declined 262,000 bbl/day (-1.5%).
  • Another 1.4 million barrels of crude were sold out of Strategic Petroleum Reserves (SPR) last week, bringing the year-to-date total to over 4 million.
  • Gasoline inventories declined almost 900,000 bbl/day on a big drop in imports (-338,000 bbl/day).
  • Distillate inventories also fell 223,000 bbl/day on higher exports (+360,000 bbl/day).
  • Total product consumption declined 1.4 million bbl/day, down from a record high of 21 million bbl/day the previous week.

The American Petroleum Institute (API) had predicted a build of 850,000 barrels.

INVENTORIES (thousand barrels)

PADD 1: EAST COAST • PADD 2: MIDWEST • PADD 3: GULF COAST • PADD 4: ROCKY MNTS • PADD 5: WEST COAST


CRUDE OIL BALANCE (thousand bbl/day)


PRODUCTS (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

0