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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Record U.S. gasoline imports - EIA

 

4 week period No.

Year – figures in million barrels per day – mbd

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

1

0.597

0.696

0.712

0.737

0.629

0.661

0.971

2

0.521

0.594

0.650

0.734

0.697

0.908

1.176

3

0.586

0.611

0.725

0.863

0.833

0.971

1.135

4

0.463

0.596

0.814

1.005

1.131

0.966

1.108

5

0.620

0.742

0.960

1.047

0.816

1.072

1.436

6

0.578

0.719

0.733

0.838

0.907

0.997

1.361

7

0.502

0.664

0.862

1.003

1.050

1.035

 

8

0.429

0.696

0.900

0.807

1.024

1.015

 

9

0.430

0.696

0.915

0.952

0.991

1.083

 

10

0.461

0.696

0.827

0.784

0.852

1.167

 

11

0.562

0.734

0.757

0.710

0.891

1.305

 

12

0.505

0.680

0.830

0.816

0.798

0.979

 

13

0.578

0.703

0.809

0.708

0.902

1.016

 

Average

0.526

0.679

0.807

0.846

0.886

1.013

1.198

 According to figures from U.S. Department of Energy / Energy Information Administration (DOE/EIA) in Washington, U.S. gasoline imports have been record high in the period 1 January to 16 June 2006 compared to the period Jan-June in previous years. The average gasoline imports have been: 

2000 Jan-Jun: 0.561 mbd

2003 Jan-Jun: 0.871 mbd

2006 Jan-Jun: 1.019 mbd 

According to figures from International Energy Agency (IEA) in Paris, most of the overseas U.S. product imports originated from Europe and amounted to 0.3 mbd in 2000, 0.4 mbd in 2003, 0.7 mbd in 2005 and about the same during the 1st quarter of 2006. 

U.S. distillate imports in the period 1 Jan – 16 June increased by 28% compared to the same period in 2005, but were below the levels in 2004 and 2003. 

Contact: Erik Ranheim