The US EIA Short Term Energy Outlook (STEO) was published on January 10, 2023. This report generally provides forecasts for Total Liquids production for non-OPEC nations, crude only output for OPEC nations, and both C+C and Total Liquids forecasts for the US. At Peak Oil Barrel we focus on crude plus condensate (C+C) output as this is the critical...
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A Guest Post by Ovi Below are a number of Crude plus Condensate (C + C) production charts, usually shortened to “oil”, for Non-OPEC countries. The charts are created from data provided by the EIA’s International Energy Statistics and are updated to September 2022. This is the latest and most detailed world oil production information available. Information...
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A guest post by Ovi All of the Crude plus Condensate (C + C) production data for the US state charts comes from the EIAʼs December Petroleum Supply monthly PSM which provides updated information up to October 2022. U.S. October production increased by 69 kb/d to 12,381 kb/d to a New post pandemic high. It should be noted that...
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The EIA’s Short-Term Energy Outlook gives the USA data as C+C as well as all liquids, OPEC as crude only, but the rest of the world is Total Liquids only. All STEO charts below are million barrels per day. Other charts, not part of the STEO, are in thousand barrels per day. Also note that the EIA post known data in bold and future predictions in a lighter...
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The OPEC Monthly Oil Market Report (MOMR) for December 2022 was published recently. The last month reported in most of the OPEC charts that follow is November 2022 and output reported for OPEC nations is crude oil output in thousands of barrels per day (kb/d). In most of the OPEC charts that follow the blue line is monthly output and the red line is...
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