2014 OPEC Annual Statistical Bulletin Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries

2014 OPEC Annual Statistical Bulletin Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries
2014
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Contents
Foreword
Tables
Section 1: Summary
Table 1.1 OPEC Members’ facts and figures
1.2 OPEC Members’ crude oil production allocations
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Section 2: Macro-economics
Table 2.1 OPEC Members’ population
2.2 OPEC Members’ GDP at current market prices
2.3 OPEC Members’ values of exports
2.4 OPEC Members’ values of petroleum exports
2.5 OPEC Members’ values of imports
2.6 Estimated current account balances in OPEC Members
2.7 Annual average exchange rates for OPEC Members
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Section 3: Oil and gas data
Table 3.1 World proven crude oil reserves by country
3.2 World proven natural gas reserves by country
3.3 Active rigs by country
3.4 Wells completed in OPEC Members
3.5 Producing wells in OPEC Members
3.6 Daily and cumulative crude oil production in OPEC Members
3.7 World crude oil production by country
3.8 Natural gas production in OPEC Members
3.9 World marketed production of natural gas by country
3.10 Refinery capacity in OPEC Members by company and location
3.11 World refinery capacity by country
3.12 Charge refinery capacity in OPEC Members
3.13 Output of refined petroleum products in OPEC Members
3.14 World output of refined petroleum products by country
3.15 Oil demand by main petroleum products in OPEC Members
3.16 World oil demand by country
3.17 OPEC Members’ crude oil exports by destination
3.18 World crude oil exports by country
3.19 OPEC Members’ petroleum products exports by destination
3.20 World exports of petroleum products by country
3.21 World exports of crude oil and petroleum products by country
3.22 World natural gas exports by country
3.23 World imports of crude oil by country
3.24 World imports of petroleum products by country
3.25 World imports of natural gas by country
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Section 4: Transportation
Table 4.1 Tanker fleet development in OPEC Members
4.2 World tanker fleet by year of build and categories
4.3 World liquid gas carrier fleet by size and type
4.4 Liquid gas carrier fleet in OPEC Members
4.5 World combined carrier fleet by size
4.6 Average spot freight rates by vessel category
4.7 Dirty tanker spot freight rates
4.8 Clean tanker spot freight rates
4.9 Main crude oil pipelines in OPEC Members
4.10 Main gas pipelines in OPEC Members
4.11 Main petroleum product pipelines in OPEC Members
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Section 5: Prices
5.1 OPEC Reference Basket and corresponding spot components prices
5.2 Selected spot crude oil prices
5.3 OPEC Reference Basket in nominal and real terms
5.4 Spot prices of petroleum products in major markets
5.5 Retail prices of petroleum products in OPEC Members
5.6 Composite barrel and its components in major consuming countries
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Section 6: Major oil companies
6.1 Principal operations of the major oil companies
6.2 Revenues, operating costs, deductions, taxation and net income of the major oil companies
6.3 Costs, deductions, taxation and net income as percentage of revenues of the major oil companies
6.4 Capital and exploratory expenditure of the major oil companies
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G ra p h s
Section 2: Macro-economics
Graph 2.1: OPEC Members’ population
Graph 2.2: Population as a share of total OPEC
Graph 2.3: OPEC Members’ GDP at current market prices
Graph 2.4: GDP at current market prices as a share of total OPEC
Graph 2.5: OPEC Members’ values of exports
Graph 2.6: Values of exports as a share of total OPEC
Graph 2.7: OPEC Members’ values of petroleum exports
Graph 2.8: Values of petroleum exports as a share of total OPEC
Graph 2.9: OPEC Members’ values of imports
Graph 2.10: Values of imports as a share of total OPEC
Graph 2.11: Estimated current account balances in total OPEC
Graph 2.12: Estimated current account balances in OPEC Members
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Section 3: Oil and gas data
Graph 3.1: World proven crude oil reserves
Graph 3.2: World proven natural gas reserves
Graph 3.3: OPEC Members’ proven crude oil reserves
Graph 3.4: OPEC Members’ proven natural gas reserves
Graph 3.5: World crude oil production
Graph 3.6: World marketed production of natural gas
Graph 3.7: OPEC Members’ crude oil production
Graph 3.8: OPEC Members’ marketed production of natural gas
Graph 3.9: World refinery capacity
Graph 3.10: World output of petroleum products
Graph 3.11: OPEC output of refined petroleum products
Graph 3.12: OPEC Members’ crude oil exports by destination
Graph 3.13: World crude oil exports by destination
Graph 3.14: World oil demand
Graph 3.15: World crude oil exports
Graph 3.16: OPEC Members’ oil demand
Graph 3.17: OPEC Members’ crude oil exports
Graph 3.18: OPEC Members’ petroleum products by destination
Graph 3.19: Percentage share of OPEC crude oil exports by region
Graph 3.20: OPEC oil export revenues vs total exports
Graph 3.21: OPEC Members’ exports of crude and petroleum products
Graph 3.22: OPEC Members’ exports of petroleum products
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Section 4: Transportation
Graph 4.1: World tanker fleet by year of build and categories
Graph 4.2: World tanker fleet by year of build and categories
Graph 4.3: Average spot freight rates by vessel category
Graph 4.4: Dirty tankers spot freight rates
Graph 4.5: Dirty tankers spot freight costs
Graph 4.6: Clean tankers spot freight rates
Graph 4.7: Clean tankers spot freight rates
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Section 5: Prices
Graph 5.1: OPEC Reference Basket
Graph 5.2: Differentials of selected spot crude oil prices to OPEC Reference Basket
Graph 5.3: Differentials of selected spot crude oil prices to OPEC Reference Basket
Graph 5.4: Differentials of selected spot crude oil prices to OPEC Reference Basket
Graph 5.5: Differentials of selected spot crude oil prices to OPEC Reference Basket
Graph 5.6: OPEC Reference Basket in nominal and real terms
Graph 5.7: Spot petroleum product prices — US Gulf
Graph 5.8: Spot petroleum product prices — Singapore
Graph 5.9: Spot petroleum product prices — Rotterdam
Graph 5.10: Composite barrel and its components
Graph 5.11: Composite barrel and its components
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Section 6: Major oil companies
Graph 6.1: Major oil companies’ crude oil and NGL reserves
Graph 6.2: Major oil companies’ crude oil and NGL production
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General notes
Definitions
Country groupings
Economic organizations
Abbreviations
Oil companies
Sources
Conversion factors
Map
Major OPEC flows of crude and refined oil
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Disclaimer
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Foreword
HE Abdalla Salem El-Badri, OPEC Secretary General
I am happy to present the 49th edition of the Annual Statistical Bulletin (ASB). This is one of OPEC’s important
publications. Since the very first edition was published in 1965, the ASB has become a useful and frequently cited
reference tool for those working in the energy industry.
The overall aim of the ASB is to make reliable and timely historical data on the global oil and gas industry readily
available to the general public. It thus functions as an important source of data for different stakeholders in the
oil industry.
The ASB focuses on OPEC’s 12 Member Countries — Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Iraq,
Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Venezuela. In addition, the ASB provides
information and statistical data on non-OPEC oil producing countries, bringing together data on production, exports
and imports, refineries, pipelines and shipping.
OPEC seeks to ensure stability in the world’s oil markets. One way it achieves this is through its efforts to gather data
about the many different aspects of the oil industry. As part of these efforts, it collects statistical information about
the upstream and the downstream, and makes this information available through the ASB. The annual publication
of the ASB thus illustrates the Organization’s ongoing commitment to data sharing and transparency.
In addition to the print edition (which includes a CD-ROM version), the 2014 ASB is available as an electronic PDF
file and an interactive digital version. Both of these are available on the OPEC website.
The ASB is the product of the close collaboration between the OPEC Secretariat and OPEC Member Countries.
I therefore extend my appreciation to the many colleagues at the Secretariat and in our Member Countries for their
valuable input in making this publication possible. It is only through their joint efforts that the Organization is able
to fulfill its commitment to enhancing data transparency and supporting market stability.
Abdalla Salem El-Badri
Secretary General
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SECTION
Summary
OPEC Annual Statistical Bulletin 2014
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8
19.184
1,248
6,282
120,509
68,191
26,089
8,036
67,829
9,011
275
1,701
38.297
2,382
5,845
223,857
65,644
54,852
920
44,458
12,200
4,504
1,203
Land area 1,000 sq km
GDP per capita dollars
Value of exports million $
Value of imports million $
Value of petroleum exports million $
Proven crude oil reserves million barrels
Natural gas reserves billion cu m
Crude oil production 1,000 b/d
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128
1,669
33
517
96.518
651
377
744
453
46,708
79.368
Refinery capacity 1,000 b/cd
Oil demand 1,000 b/d
Crude oil exports 1,000 b/d
Exports of petroleum products 1,000 b/d
Natural gas exports million cu m
Exchange rate national currency/$
Notes: Land area figures as per official websites.
925
79,647
Natural gas marketed production million
cu m
Current account balance million $
GDP at market prices million $
Population million inhabitants
Angola
Algeria
OPEC Members’ facts and figures, 2013
9,307
394
1,215
1,776
1,715
199,293
3,575
34,020
157,800
61,923
29,727
61,272
98,807
366,259
4,751
1,648
77.097
IR Iran
1.000 18,414.400
–
20
388
270
191
515
526
6
8,832
14,103
–1,021
26,331
25,700
93,577
5,932
284
15.775
Ecuador
1,166.000
–
65
2,390
835
830
1,179
2,980
3,158
144,211
89,402
22,208
56,675
89,765
229,327
6,534
438
35.096
Iraq
0.284
–
805
2,058
383
936
16,311
2,925
1,784
101,500
108,482
71,902
29,395
115,015
184,031
46,527
18
3.955
Kuwait
1.265
5,513
76
589
250
380
18,463
993
1,506
48,363
40,163
6,367
39,310
40,723
73,755
11,711
1,760
6.298
Libya
157.311
24,543
23
2,193
385
445
38,411
1,754
5,111
37,070
89,314
20,711
56,453
95,118
515,787
2,994
924
172.294
Nigeria
3.640
122,874
511
599
147
137
177,602
724
24,681
25,244
62,519
62,501
27,036
136,840
202,172
100,829
12
2.005
3.750
–
794
7,571
2,994
2,507
100,030
9,637
8,317
265,789
321,723
129,813
163,893
377,013
745,273
24,847
2,150
29.994
Qatar Saudi Arabia
3.673
15,456
792
2,701
655
707
54,600
2,797
6,091
97,800
126,307
59,076
294,983
379,490
396,235
46,833
84
8.461
UAE
6.048
–
491
1,937
831
1,855
21,820
2,789
5,581
298,350
85,861
7,484
43,662
89,175
373,978
12,472
916
29.985
Venezuela
224,918
4,457
24,054
9,031
10,393
708,796
31,604
95,034
1,206,170
1,112,085
417,724
879,951
1,581,481
3,524,761
8,039
11,862
438.440
OPEC
Table 1.1
Summary
OPEC Annual Statistical Bulletin 2014
Table 1.2
Summary
OPEC Members’ crude oil production allocations (1,000 b/d)
Algeria
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
OPEC
OPEC excl Iraq
Algeria
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
OPEC
Apr 82–
Mar 83
1/
650
200
1,200
1,200
800
750
1,300
300
7,150
1,000
1,500
16,050
Jul 89–
Sep 89
11/
733
242
2,783
2,783
1,093
1,093
1,428
329
4,769
1,041
1,724
18,018
Apr 83–
Oct 84
2/
725
200
2,400
1,200
1,050
1,100
1,300
300
5,000
1,100
1,675
16,050
Oct 89–
Dec 89
12/
771
254
2,926
2,926
1,149
1,149
1,501
346
5,014
1,094
1,812
18,942
Nov 84–
Aug 86
3/
663
183
2,300
1,200
900
990
1,300
280
4,353
950
1,555
14,674
Jan 90–
Jul 90
13/
827
273
3,140
3,140
1,500
1,233
1,611
371
5,380
1,095
1,945
20,515
Sep 86–
Oct 86
4/
663
183
2,300
1,200
900
990
1,300
280
4,353
950
1,555
14,674
Aug 90
14/
827
273
3,140
3,140
1,500
1,233
1,611
371
5,380
1,500
1,945
20,920
Nov 86
5/
669
221
2,317
––
921
999
1,304
300
4,353
950
1,574
Dec 86
6/
669
221
2,317
––
999
999
1,304
300
4,353
950
1,574
13,608
13,686
Apr 91–
Sep 91
15/
827
273
3,217
––
––
1,425
1,840
399
8,034
2,320
2,235
20,570 #
Oct 91–
Jan 92
16/
nd
nd
nd
nd
nd
nd
nd
nd
nd
nd
nd
23,650*
Jan 87–
Jun 87
7/
635
210
2,255
1,466
948
948
1,238
285
4,133
902
1,495
14,515
Jul 87–
Dec 87
8/
667
221
2,369
1,540
996
996
1,301
299
4,343
948
1,571
15,251
Jan 88–
Dec 88
9/
667
221
2,369
––
996
996
1,301
299
4,343
948
1,571
Jan 89–
Jun 89
10/
695
230
2,640
2,640
1,037
1,037
1,355
312
4,524
988
1,636
17,094
13,711
Feb 92–
Sep 92
17/
760
273
3,184
505
812
1,395
1,751
377
7,887
2,244
2,147
21,335
Oct 92–
Dec 92
18/
nd
nd
nd
nd
nd
nd
nd
nd
nd
nd
nd
24,200*
Jan 93–
Feb 93
19/
764
––
3,490
500
1,500
1,409
1,857
380
8,395
2,260
2,360
22,915
Mar 93–
Sep 93
20/
732
––
3,340
400
1,600
1,350
1,780
364
8,000
2,161
2,257
21,984
Notes: Totals may not add up due to independent rounding. Angola joined OPEC in January 2007; Ecuador suspended its membership from December 1992 to
October 2007.
* Includes Indonesia and Gabon.
– –No production level allocated.
nd No distribution made.
** Includes Indonesia.
# OPEC excluding Kuwait and Iraq.
## OPEC excluding IR Iran and Iraq.
Agreed at the:
1/ 63rd (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, March 19–20, 1982.
2/ 67th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, March 14, 1983. No production level allocated to Saudi Arabia which acted as the swing producer.
Venezuela: 1.7m b/d including condensates. Nigeria: At the 70th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, July 10–11, 1984, a temporary production rise to 1.4m
b/d and 1.45m b/d in August 1984 and September 1984, respectively, was decided.
3/ 71st (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, October 29–31, 1984. Retained at the 75th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, October 4, 1985.
4/ 78th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, June 25–30, 1986, and July 28–August 5, 1986, with the exception of Iraq.
5/ 79th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, October 6–22, 1986, with the exception of Iraq.
6/ 79th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, October 6–22, 1986, with the exception of Iraq.
7/ 80th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, December 11–20, 1986.
8/ 81st Meeting of the OPEC Conference, June 25–27, 1987.
9/ 82nd Meeting of the OPEC Conference, December 9–14, 1987, with the exception of Iraq. Extended at the 83rd Meeting of the OPEC Conference, June
11–14, 1988, with the exception of Iraq.
10/ 84th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, November 21–28, 1988.
11/ 85th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, June 5–7, 1989.
12/ 3rd Meeting of the Eight‑Minister Monitoring Committee, September 23–27, 1989.
13/ 86th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, November 25–28, 1989.
14/ 87th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, July 26–27, 1990. September 2000–March 2001: Oil Ministers’ informal consultations and 1st Ministerial
Monitoring Committee, August 26–29, 1990 (interim course of action: OPEC shall consequently increase production in accordance with need). Retained
August 1990 agreement at the 88th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, December 12–13, 1990.
15/ 3rd Meeting of the Ministerial Monitoring Committee, March 11–12, 1991. Reservations were made by Algeria and IR Iran as to the total OPEC production
level. Reiterated without reservations at the 89th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, June 4, 1991.
16/ 4th Meeting of the Ministerial Monitoring Committee, September 24–25, 1991. Retained at the 90th Meeting of the Conference, November 26–27, 1991.
17/ 6th Meeting of the Ministerial Monitoring Committee, February 12–15, 1992. Reservations were made by IR Iran as to the total OPEC production level and
by Saudi Arabia as to their allocated production level. Rollover (inclusive of reservations) at the 91st Meeting of the OPEC Conference, May 21–22, 1992.
The Conference also decided to allow any additional production from Kuwait.
18/ 9th Meeting of the Ministerial Monitoring Committee, September 16–17, 1992. Reaffirmed to allow for any additional production from Kuwait.
19/ 92nd Meeting of the OPEC Conference, November 25–27, 1992, with full support of Member Countries, except Iraq and the allowance of additional
volumes to Kuwait as they become available during the 1Q93.
20/ 10th Meeting of the Ministerial Monitoring Committee, February 13–16, 1993 with full support of Member Countries, except Iraq. Rollover of this
agreement at the 93rd Meeting of the OPEC Conference, June 8–10, 1993, with full support of Member Countries, except Iraq and Kuwait.
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Table 1.2
Summary
OPEC Members’ crude oil production allocations (1,000 b/d)
Algeria
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
OPEC
OPEC excl Iraq
Target
Algeria
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
OPEC excl Iraq
Oct 93–
Jun 96
21/
750
3,600
400
2,000
1,390
1,865
378
8,000
2,161
2,359
22,903
Apr 01–
Aug 01
32/
773
3,552
––
1,941
1,296
1,993
627
7,865
2,113
2,786
22,946
Jul 96–
Dec 97
22/
750
3,600
1,200
2,000
1,390
1,865
378
8,000
2,161
2,359
23,703
Sep 01–
Dec 01
33/
741
3,406
––
1,861
1,242
1,911
601
7,541
2,025
2,670
21,998
Jan 98–
Mar 98
23/
909
3,942
1,314
2,190
1,522
2,042
414
8,761
2,366
2,583
26,044
Jan 02–
Dec 02
34/
693
3,186
––
1,741
1,162
1,787
562
7,053
1,894
2,497
20,575
Apr 98–
Jun 98
24/
50
140
––
125
80
125
30
300
125
200
Jul 98–
Mar 99
25/
788
3,318
––
1,980
1,323
2,033
640
8,023
2,157
2,845
Apr 99–
Mar 00
26/
731
3,359
––
1,836
1,227
1,885
593
7,438
2,000
2,720
1,175
24,432
23,107
21,789
Feb 03–
May 03
36/
782
3,597
––
1,966
1,312
2,018
635
7,963
2,138
2,819
23,230
Jun 03–
Oct 03
37/
811
3,729
––
2,038
1,360
2,092
658
8,256
2,217
2,923
24,083
Jan 03
35/
735
3,377
––
1,845
1,232
1,894
596
7,476
2,007
2,647
21,809
Apr 00–
Jun 00
27/
788
––
––
1,980
1,323
2,033
640
8,023
2,157
2,845
Jul 00– Oct 1, 00– Oct 31, 00
Sep 00 Oct 30, 00
–Jan 01
28/
29/
30/
811
837
853
3,727
3,844
3,917
––
––
––
2,037
2,101
2,141
1,361
1,404
1,431
2,091
2,157
2,198
658
679
692
8,253
8,512
8,674
2,219
2,289
2,333
2,926
3,019
3,077
19,789##
Nov 03–
Mar 04
38/
782
3,597
––
1,966
1,312
2,018
635
7,963
2,138
2,819
23,230
24,083
24,841
Apr 04–
Jun 04
39/
750
3,450
––
1,886
1,258
1,936
609
7,638
2,051
2,704
22,282
Jul 04
40/
814
3,744
––
2,046
1,365
2,101
661
8,288
2,225
2,934
24,178
25,315
23,894
Aug 04– Nov 1, 04–
Oct 04 Mar 16, 05
41/
42/
830
862
3,817
3,964
––
––
2,087
2,167
1,392
1,446
2,142
2,224
674
700
8,450
8,775
2,269
2,356
2,992
3,107
24,653
25,601
21/ 94th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, September 25–29, 1993, with full support of Member Countries, except Iraq. Maintained at the
12th Meeting of the Ministerial Monitoring Committee, March 25–26, 1994, with full support of Member Countries, except Iraq. Maintained at the 97th,
98th and 99th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, November 21–22, 1994, June 19–20, 1995, and November 21–22, 1995, respectively.
22/ 100th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, June 5–7, 1996. The remaining volume of 1.2m b/d is to be supplied by Iraq. Rollover of the agreement at the
101st and the 102nd Meeting of the OPEC Conference, November 27–28, 1996, and June 25–26, 1997, respectively.
23/ 103rd Meeting of the OPEC Conference, November 26–December 1, 1997. The remaining volume of 1,314,080 b/d is to be supplied by Iraq.
24/ 104th Meeting (Extraordinary) of the OPEC Conference, March 30, 1998. Data reflect temporary production cuts from OPEC excluding Iraq production in
February 1998 as reported by selected secondary sources. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
25/ 105th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, June 24, 1998. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
26/ 107th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, March 23, 1999. Reaffirmed strong commitment to the agreement at the 108th Meeting of the OPEC Conference,
September 22, 1999. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
27/ 109th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, March 27–29, 2000. Agreement of OPEC Member Countries excluding IR Iran and Iraq.
28/ 110th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, June 21, 2000. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
29/ 111th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, September 10–11, 2000. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
30/ 111th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, September 10–11, 2000; including additional 500,000 b/d (price band mechanism) as announced by the OPEC
President on October 30, 2000, and effective from October 31, 2000. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
31/ 113th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, January 17, 2001. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
32/ 114th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, March 16–17, 2001. Retained at the 115th (Extraordinary) and 116th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC
Conference, June 5 and July 3, 2001, respectively. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
33/ OPEC Conference, July 25, 2001. Retained at the 117th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, September 26–27, 2001. Iraq is not called upon to participate in
this agreement.
34/ Announced during the 118th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, November 14, 2001, and confirmed its implementation during the
Consultative Meeting of the OPEC Conference in Cairo, December 28, 2001. Retained at the 119th (Extraordinary), 120th (Extraordinary) and 121st
Meeting of the OPEC Conference, March 15, June 26 and September 19, 2002, respectively. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
35/ 122th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, December 12, 2002. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
36/ 123rd (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, January 12, 2003. Retained at the 124th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, March 11, 2003. Iraq is
not called upon to participate in this agreement.
37/ Consultative Meeting of the OPEC Conference, April 24, 2003. Retained at the 125th (Extraordinary) and 126th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC
Conference, June 11 and July 31, 2003, respectively. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
38/ 127th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, September 24, 2003. Retained at the 128th (Extraordinary) and 129th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC
Conference, December 4, 2003, and February 10, 2004, respectively. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
39/ 129th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, February 10, 2004. Reconfirmed at the 130th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, March 31, 2004.
Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
40/ 131st (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, June 3, 2004. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
41/ 131st (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, June 3, 2004. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
42/ 132nd Meeting of the OPEC Conference, September 15, 2004. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement. During the 133rd (Extraordinary) Meeting
of the OPEC Conference, December 10, 2004, Member Countries agreed to collectively reduce the over‑production by 1m b/d from their current actual output,
effective January 1, 2005. Agreement of 132nd Meeting is retained at the 134th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, January 30, 2005.
10
Feb 01–
Mar 01
31/
805
3,698
––
2,021
1,350
2,075
653
8,189
2,201
2,902
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Summary
OPEC Members’ crude oil production allocations (1,000 b/d)
Mar 17, 05–
Jun 30, 05
Jul 05–
Oct 06
Nov 06–
Jan 07
Feb 07–
Oct 07
Nov 07–
Dec 07
Jan 08–
Sep 08
Oct 08
Nov 08–
Dec 08
Jan 09–
Dec 11
Jan 12–
43/
44/
45/
46/
47/
48/
49/
50/
51/
52/
Algeria
878
894
59
25
nd
nd
nd
71
nd
nd
Angola
––
––
––
––
––
nd
nd
99
nd
nd
Ecuador
––
––
––
––
––
nd
nd
27
nd
nd
4,037
4,110
176
73
nd
nd
nd
199
nd
nd
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
nd
Kuwait
2,207
2,247
100
42
nd
nd
nd
132
nd
nd
Libya
1,473
1,500
72
30
nd
nd
nd
89
nd
nd
Nigeria
2,265
2,306
100
42
nd
nd
nd
113
nd
nd
713
726
35
15
nd
nd
nd
43
nd
nd
Saudi Arabia
8,937
9,099
380
158
nd
nd
nd
466
nd
nd
United Arab Emirates
2,400
2,444
101
42
nd
nd
nd
134
nd
nd
Venezuela
3,165
3,223
138
57
nd
nd
nd
129
nd
nd
26,075
26,549
1,161
484
500**
26,300**
25,800**
IR Iran
Iraq
Qatar
OPEC excl Iraq
OPEC excl Angola, Ecuador and Iraq
Target OPEC excl Angola, Ecuador and Iraq
Target OPEC excl Iraq
Target OPEC
1,500
27,253**
29,673**
28,808
27,308
24,845
30,000
43/ 135th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, March 16, 2005. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement. The President of the Conference is
authorized, after consultation with fellow Heads of Delegation, to announce an additional 500,000 b/d increase until its next Meeting, if prices remain at
current high levels or continue to further rise.
44/ 136th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, June 15, 2005. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement. The President of the
Conference is authorized, after consultation with fellow Heads of Delegation, to announce an additional 500,000 b/d increase until its next Meeting, if
prices remain at current high levels or continue to further rise. The 137th OPEC Conference , September 20, 2005, agreed to make available to the market
the spare capacity of 2m b/d, should it be called for, for a period of three months, starting October 1, 2005. The 138th (December 12, 2005), the 139th
(Extraordinary, January 31, 2006), the 140th (March 8, 2006) and the 141st (Extraordinary, June 1, 2006) Conference retained the OPEC production level
as agreed on June 15, 2005.
45/ Consultative Meeting of the OPEC Conference, October 19–20, 2006. Data reflect interim production cuts from OPEC excluding Iraq production in
September 2006. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
46/ 143rd (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, December 14, 2006. Data reflect a further production cut to the decision taken in Doha, October
19–20, 2006. Iraq is not called upon to participate in this agreement.
47/ 145th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, September 11, 2007. Angola and Iraq are not called upon to participate in this agreement. Data reflect production
increase of 500,000 b/d for OPEC (excluding Angola and Iraq) to achieve 27.253m b/d.
48/ 146th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, December 5, 2007. Iraq is not called upon to participate in the agreement.
49/ 149th Meeting of the OPEC Conference, September 9–10, 2008: The Conference agreed to abide to September 2007 production allocations (adjusted to
include new Members Angola and Ecuador and excluding Indonesia and Iraq), totalling to 28.8m b/d. Indonesia suspended its full Membership in the
Organization.
50/ 150th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference, October 24, 2008: Data reflect a production cut of 1.5m b/d to achieve 27.31m b/d. Iraq is not
called upon to participate in the agreement.
51/ The 151th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the Conference, December 17, 2008, agreed to reduce OPEC excluding Iraq production by total of 4.2m b/d from
September levels of the actual production based on secondary sources. Iraq is not called upon to participate in the agreement.
52/ The 160th Meeting of the Conference, December 14, 2011, decided to maintain the total OPEC’s production level of 30.0m b/d.
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Summary
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Table 2.1
Macro-economics
OPEC Members’ population (million inhabitants)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Algeria
35.268
35.978
36.717
37.495
38.297
Angola
16.889
17.430
17.992
18.577
19.184
Ecuador
14.738
15.012
15.266
15.521
15.775
IR Iran
73.651
74.733
75.150
76.117
77.097
Iraq
31.664
32.490
33.339
34.207
35.096
Kuwait
3.485
3.582
3.697
3.824
3.955
Libya
5.964
6.053
6.110
6.220
6.298
154.729
158.057
162.799
167.683
172.294
1.639
1.715
1.733
1.833
2.005
26.661
27.563
28.376
29.196
29.994
8.200
8.264
8.328
8.394
8.461
28.181
28.629
29.072
29.517
401.069
409.507
418.580
428.583
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
OPEC
29.985 North America
Latin America
438.440 Eastern Europe & Eurasia
Western Europe
Middle East
Africa
Asia and Pacific
OPEC share
2.1
OPEC Members' Mid-Year Population, Millions of Inhabitants, (1960-2013)
Graph
(1,000
b/d) 2.1: OPEC
500
North A
Latin A
Eastern Europe & E
Western
Midd
Asia and
OPEC s
Members’ population
(million inhabitants)
450
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
1960
1965
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010 2013
2.2
Population
as aPopulation
Share of Totalas
OPEC,
2013 of
(%)total OPEC,
Graph 2.2:
a share
2013 (per cent)
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
UAE
Venezuela
0
14
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
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Table 2.2
Macro-economics
OPEC Members’ GDP at current market prices (m $)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Algeria
137,235
161,197
199,293
204,294
223,857
Angola
66,995
82,409
104,044
114,202
120,509
Ecuador
62,520
69,555
79,780
87,502
93,577
IR Iran
360,625
419,118
541,107
398,030
366,259
Iraq
110,968
138,517
185,750
216,044
229,327
Kuwait
105,993
119,836
160,631
183,257
184,031
63,069
74,804
39,443
93,653
73,755
166,538
366,347
415,908
457,601
515,787
97,664
124,951
169,572
189,684
202,172
Saudi Arabia
429,098
526,811
669,507
733,956
745,273
United Arab Emirates
254,803
287,422
348,595
383,799
396,235
329,419
295,591
316,482
381,286
373,978
2,184,927
2,666,557
3,230,111
3,443,309
3,524,761
Libya
Nigeria1
Qatar
North America
North America
Venezuela
Latin America
Latin America
Eastern Europe & Eurasia
Western Europe
Middle East
Africa
Asia and Pacific
OPEC share
Eastern Europe & OPEC
Eurasia
Western Europe
Notes:
Middle
East from 2010 onward reflects the rebasing/re-benchmarking of the national account series (GDP). This process
1. Data
consists of replacing an old base year used to compile volume measures of GDP with a new and more recent base
Africa
year or price structure.
2.3
Asia and Pacific
OPEC share
OPEC Members' GDP at Current Market Prices, US$ Mln (1970-2013)
Graph 2.3: OPEC Members’ GDP at current market prices (m $)
4,000,000
3,500,000
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
3,000,000
2,500,000
2,000,000
1,500,000
1,000,000
500,000
0
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010 2013
G2.4
Graph 2.4: GDP at current market prices as a share of total
GDP at Current OPEC,
Market Prices
a Share
2013as(per
cent) of Total OPEC, 2013 (%)
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
UAE
Venezuela
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Table 2.3
Macro-economics
OPEC Members’ values of exports (m $)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Algeria
48,542
61,971
77,198
72,632
65,644
Angola
40,828
50,595
67,310
71,093
68,191
Ecuador
14,412
18,137
23,082
24,569
25,700
IR Iran
88,326
112,788
144,874
107,812
98,807
Iraq
39,430
51,764
79,681
94,209
89,765
Kuwait
53,973
66,534
102,055
118,919
115,015
Libya
36,951
48,672
19,060
61,026
40,723
Nigeria
56,789
78,532
93,267
96,032
95,118
Qatar
46,840
72,954
112,912
132,985
136,840
Saudi Arabia
192,296
251,143
364,693
388,400
377,013
United Arab Emirates
191,802
213,539
302,036
350,123
379,490
57,603
65,745
92,811
97,340
89,175
867,792
1,092,374
1,478,980
1,615,140
Venezuela
OPEC
North America
1,581,481 Latin America
Eastern Europe & Eurasia
Notes: All figures fob.
Western Europe
Middle East
Africa
Asia and Pacific
OPEC share
2.5
OPEC Member Countries' Values of Exports, US$ Mln (1970-2013)
Graph 2.5: OPEC Members’ values of exports (m $)
North A
Latin A
Eastern Europe &
Western
Mid
Asia and
OPEC s
1,800,000
1,600,000
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
1,400,000
1,200,000
1,000,000
800,000
600,000
400,000
200,000
0
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
2.6
Graph 2.6: Values of exports as a share
Values of Exports as a Share of Total OPEC, 2013 (%)
2000
2005
2010 2013
of total OPEC, 2013
(per cent)
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
UAE
Venezuela
0
16
5
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15
20
25
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Table 2.4
Macro-economics
OPEC Members’ values of petroleum exports (m $)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Algeria
30,584
38,211
51,409
48,271
44,458
Angola
39,833
49,351
65,591
69,716
67,829
Ecuador
6,965
9,673
12,913
13,750
14,103
IR Iran
55,746
72,228
114,751
101,468
61,923
Iraq
39,307
51,589
79,043
94,103
89,402
Kuwait
48,914
61,754
96,724
112,934
108,482
Libya
35,600
47,245
18,615
60,188
40,163
Nigeria
42,205
66,923
87,130
94,642
89,314
Qatar
28,748
43,369
62,680
65,065
62,519
161,613
214,897
319,123
336,124
321,723
United Arab Emirates
67,876
74,638
111,607
118,080
126,307
Venezuela
54,201
62,317
88,131
93,569
85,861
611,591
792,195
1,107,716
1,207,909
1,112,085
Saudi Arabia
North America
North America
OPEC
Latin America
Latin America
Eastern Europe & Eurasia
Western Europe
Middle East
Africa
Asia and Pacific
OPEC share
Eastern Europe & Eurasia
Notes: Where applicable, petroleum product exports are included. Data for some countries may include condensates as
Western Europe
well as other NGLs.
Middle East
Africa
Asia and Pacific
OPEC share
2.7
OPEC Members' Values of Petroleum Exports, US$ Mln (1970-2013)
Graph 2.7: OPEC Members’ values of petroleum exports (m $)
1,400,000
1,200,000
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
1,000,000
800,000
600,000
400,000
200,000
0
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010 2013
Graph 2.8: Values of petroleum exports as a share of total
OPEC, 2013 (per cent)
2.8 - Values of Petroleum Exports as a Share of Total OPEC, 2013 (%)
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
UAE
Venezuela
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Macro-economics
OPEC Members’ values of imports (m $)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Algeria
49,340
50,652
57,275
56,554
54,852
Angola
22,660
16,667
20,228
23,717
26,089
Ecuador
14,268
19,641
23,243
24,532
26,331
IR Iran
69,247
75,458
77,805
66,600
61,272
Iraq
35,285
37,328
40,633
50,155
56,675
Kuwait
19,891
22,660
25,144
27,269
29,395
Libya
21,940
25,167
11,200
25,590
39,310
Nigeria
34,647
51,088
67,094
58,152
56,453
Qatar
24,922
23,240
22,333
25,223
27,036
Saudi Arabia
95,544
106,863
131,573
155,600
163,893
170,121
187,001
229,932
261,046
294,983
44,930
42,127
51,408
65,360
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
602,797
OPEC
657,892
757,868
839,799
43,662 North America
879,951 Latin America
Eastern Europe & Eurasia
Notes: All figures cif.
Western Europe
Middle East
Africa
Asia and Pacific
OPEC share
2.9
North A
Latin A
Eastern Europe &
Western
Midd
Asia and
OPEC s
OPEC Member Countries' Values of Imports, US$ Mln (1970-2013)
Graph 2.9: OPEC Members’ values of imports (bn $)
900
800
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
Graph 2.10:Values of imports as a share of total
2.10
OPEC Member Countries'
Values of Imports, US$ Mln (1970-2013)
(per cent)
2005
2010 2013
OPEC, 2013
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
UAE
Venezuela
0
18
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Table 2.6
Macro-economics
Estimated current account balances in OPEC Members (m $)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Algeria
400
12,150
17,770
12,300
920
Angola
–7,572
7,506
13,085
10,456
8,036
297
–1,607
–223
–299
–1,021
9,473
27,554
59,382
26,765
29,727
Iraq
–1,143
6,430
26,365
31,910
22,208
Kuwait
28,285
36,932
67,169
79,227
71,902
9,353
15,730
3,173
23,836
6,367
13,974
14,580
12,658
20,428
20,711
6,389
23,797
51,907
61,946
62,501
20,955
66,751
158,533
164,773
129,813
United Arab Emirates
7,249
7,241
50,948
66,553
59,076
Venezuela
2,258
8,812
24,387
11,016
7,484
89,918
225,877
485,154
508,913
417,724
Ecuador
IR Iran
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
OPEC
2.11
Graph 2.11:Estimated current account balances in total OPEC
Estimated Current Account Balances for Total OPEC, US$ Mln (1990-2013)
(bn $)
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
–100
1990
1992
1994
1996
1998
2000
2002
2004
2006
2008
2010
12 13
2.12
140
Graph 2.12:Estimated
current
in OPEC
Estimated
Current Account Balances
for OPECaccount
Members,balances
US$ Mln (2003,
2008, 2013)
Members (bn $)
120
100
80
60
40
2003
2008
2013
20
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Table 2.7
Macro-economics
Annual average exchange rates for OPEC Members (units of national currency/$)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
% change
13/12
72.647
74.386
72.938
77.536
79.368
2.4
79.328
91.906
93.935
95.468
96.518
1.1
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
0.0
IR Iran3
9,864.300
10,254.200
10,616.300
12,175.500
18,414.400
51.2
Iraq4
1,170.000
1,170.000
1,170.000
1,166.170
1,166.000
–
Kuwait
0.288
0.287
0.276
0.280
0.284
1.3
Libya
1.254
1.267
1.260
1.257
1.265
0.6
148.902
150.298
153.862
157.499
157.311
–0.1
Qatar
3.640
3.640
3.640
3.640
3.640
0.0
Saudi Arabia
3.750
3.750
3.750
3.750
3.750
0.0
United Arab Emirates
3.673
3.673
3.673
3.673
3.673
0.0
Venezuela6
2.148
2.582
4.289
4.289
6.048
41.0
Algeria
Angola
1
Ecuador2
Nigeria5
Notes: Conversions to the US dollar are based on average annual market exchange rates.
1. Data prior to 1995 are not comparable to current exchange rates definitions due to several re-adjustments of exchange rate units.
2. In 2000, the Ecuadorian Congress approved a new exchange rate system, whereby the US is adopted as the main legal tender.
3. In May 1995 a rate $1 = IR 3,000 was introduced applicable to exports. Beginning from March 2002 a unified exchange rate has
replaced the dual foreign exchange rate system.
4. The parallel market rate was 1,100 ID/US$ in 1995, 2,500 ID/US$ in 1996, 2,300 ID/US$ in 1997, 2,200 ID/US$ in 1998, 2,100 ID/US$ in
1999, 2,000 ID/US$ in 2000, 1,900 ID/US$ in 2001, 2,000 ID/US$ in 2002 and 2,100 ID/US$ in 2003. On October 15, 2003, the new
national currency known as the ‘new Iraqi dinar’ replaced the ‘old dinar’.
5. The autonomous market rate was 82.3 N/US$ in 1995 , 81 N/US$ in 1996, 83.5 N/US$ in 1997 and 85.25 N/US$ in 1998. In January
1999, the dual exchange rate system was abolished.
6. On January 1, 2008, the new Venezuelan bolivar (VEF), equivalent to 1,000 old bolivares (VEB), was introduced. In January 2010, a fixed
dual exchange rate system for the bolivar was announced. The system offers a 2.6 bolivar per US$ rate for imports of essential items such
as food, medicine, and industrial machinery, and a 4.3 bolivar per US$ rate for imports of other products, including cars and telephones.
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Table 3.1
Oil and gas data
World proven crude oil reserves by country (m b)
North America
Canada1
United States
Latin America
Argentina
Brazil
Colombia
Ecuador
Mexico
Venezuela
Others
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Kazakhstan
Russia
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Others
Western Europe
Denmark
Norway
United Kingdom
Others
Middle East
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syrian Arab Republic
United Arab Emirates
Others
Africa
Algeria
Angola
Egypt
Gabon
Libya
Nigeria
Sudans
Others
Asia and Pacific
Brunei
China
India
Indonesia
Malaysia
Vietnam
Australia
Others
Total world
of which
OPEC
OPEC percentage
OECD
FSU
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
% change
13/12
23,446
4,325
19,121
24,884
4,202
20,682
33,085
4,085
29,000
37,893
4,893
33,000
37,893
4,893
33,000
–
–
–
246,645
2,520
11,899
1,362
6,511
10,420
211,173
2,760
332,477
2,505
11,985
1,360
7,206
10,160
296,501
2,760
335,698
2,505
12,841
1,900
8,235
10,030
297,571
2,616
336,819
2,805
13,154
2,200
8,235
10,070
297,735
2,620
338,289
2,820
13,219
2,377
8,832
10,070
298,350
2,621
0.4
0.5
0.5
8.0
7.2
–
0.2
–
116,556
7,000
198
30,000
76,650
600
395
594
1,119
117,310
7,000
198
30,000
77,403
600
395
594
1,120
117,314
7,000
198
30,000
77,403
600
395
594
1,124
119,881
7,000
198
30,000
80,000
600
395
594
1,094
119,877
7,000
198
30,000
80,000
600
395
594
1,090
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–0.4
13,318
1,060
7,078
3,100
2,080
13,416
812
7,078
2,800
2,726
11,722
900
5,320
2,800
2,702
11,559
805
5,366
2,800
2,588
12,267
805
5,825
2,979
2,658
6.1
–
8.6
6.4
2.7
752,079
137,010
115,000
101,500
5,500
25,382
264,590
2,500
97,800
2,798
794,265
151,170
143,100
101,500
5,500
25,382
264,516
2,500
97,800
2,798
796,855
154,580
141,350
101,500
5,500
25,382
265,405
2,500
97,800
2,838
798,832
157,300
140,300
101,500
5,500
25,244
265,850
2,500
97,800
2,838
803,182
157,800
144,211
101,500
5,500
25,244
265,789
2,500
97,800
2,838
0.5
0.3
2.8
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
123,648
12,200
9,500
4,300
2,000
46,422
37,200
5,000
7,026
125,623
12,200
9,055
4,400
2,000
47,097
37,200
5,000
8,671
126,474
12,200
9,055
4,400
2,000
48,014
37,200
5,000
8,605
128,371
12,200
9,055
4,400
2,000
48,472
37,139
5,000
10,105
128,149
12,200
9,011
4,400
2,000
48,363
37,070
5,000
10,105
–0.2
–
–0.5
–
–
–0.2
–0.2
–
–
47,798
1,100
21,618
5,673
3,990
5,500
4,500
4,239
1,178
49,218
1,100
23,268
5,673
3,990
5,500
4,400
4,061
1,226
49,666
1,100
23,747
5,549
3,885
5,850
4,400
3,872
1,263
50,438
1,100
24,428
5,571
4,030
5,850
4,400
3,872
1,187
50,208
1,100
24,428
5,654
3,590
5,850
4,400
3,872
1,314
–0.5
–
–
1.5
–10.9
–
–
–
10.7
1,323,490
1,457,193
1,470,814
1,483,793
1,489,865
0.4
1,064,288
80.4
1,192,727
81.9
1,198,292
81.5
1,200,830
80.9
1,206,170
81.0
0.4
51,734
115,536
52,896
116,289
59,073
116,289
63,740
118,886
64,448
118,886
0.1
1.1
–
Notes: Figures as at year-end. Condensates are included for some countries.
1. Data refers to conventional crude oil.
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Table 3.2
Oil and gas data
World proven natural gas reserves by country (billion standard cu m)
North America
Canada
United States
Latin America
Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Ecuador
Mexico
Peru
Trinidad and Tobago
Venezuela
Others
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Kazakhstan
Poland
Romania
Russia
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Others
Western Europe
Denmark
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
Others
Middle East
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Others
Africa
Algeria
Angola
Cameroon
Congo
Egypt
Libya
Nigeria
Others
Asia and Pacific
Bangladesh
Brunei
China
India
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Pakistan
Thailand
Vietnam
Australia
Others
Total world
of which
OPEC
OPEC percentage
OECD
FSU
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2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
8,655
1,727
6,928
8,049
399
750
365
46
124
8
359
415
500
5,065
18
60,388
164
1,359
1,950
93
629
44,900
8,400
1,020
1,745
128
5,228
118
119
69
1,222
2,985
601
114
75,540
29,610
3,170
1,784
690
25,366
7,920
6,091
908
14,747
4,504
275
235
130
2,170
1,549
5,292
593
16,476
344
350
3,090
1,116
3,280
2,350
590
843
340
217
3,145
811
189,082
9,700
1,983
7,717
8,325
379
695
358
45
134
8
339
345
480
5,525
17
61,180
164
1,310
1,950
98
606
46,000
8,340
990
1,682
40
5,001
105
98
64
1,247
2,819
564
104
78,890
33,090
3,158
1,784
610
25,201
8,016
6,091
939
14,462
4,504
275
157
130
2,185
1,495
5,110
607
15,827
364
309
2,751
1,149
2,960
2,362
510
818
360
215
3,225
804
193,385
10,524
1,897
8,627
7,886
359
281
417
43
153
6
349
353
381
5,528
16
62,744
180
1,317
1,913
71
595
46,000
10,000
969
1,661
38
4,799
101
87
66
1,161
2,762
520
102
79,581
33,620
3,158
1,784
610
25,110
8,151
6,091
1,057
14,597
4,504
275
155
127
2,210
1,547
5,154
625
16,526
354
301
2,853
1,278
2,963
2,328
522
810
300
288
3,759
770
196,657
11,483
2,022
9,461
7,947
333
281
460
41
155
6
360
359
375
5,563
14
65,453
180
1,317
1,950
69
595
48,676
10,000
969
1,661
36
4,739
95
80
62
1,230
2,685
481
106
80,131
33,780
3,158
1,784
950
25,069
8,235
6,091
1,064
14,569
4,504
275
153
124
2,190
1,549
5,118
656
16,757
474
288
3,051
1,331
2,925
2,389
509
766
285
224
3,730
785
201,079
10,757
2,022
8,735
8,032
323
281
459
41
162
6
360
435
371
5,581
13
65,505
180
1,308
1,939
73
595
48,810
9,967
960
1,635
38
4,604
91
71
59
1,131
2,687
461
104
80,065
34,020
3,158
1,784
950
24,681
8,317
6,091
1,064
14,498
4,504
275
151
121
2,185
1,506
5,111
645
16,902
458
276
3,200
1,330
2,954
2,550
496
723
272
215
3,650
778
200,363
% change
13/12
–6.3
–
–7.7
1.1
–3.0
–
–0.2
–
4.5
–
–
21.2
–1.1
0.3
–7.1
0.1
–
–0.7
–0.6
5.8
–
0.3
–0.3
–0.9
–1.6
5.6
–2.8
–4.2
–11.3
–4.8
–8.0
0.1
–4.2
–1.9
–0.1
0.7
–
–
–
–1.5
1.0
–
–
–0.5
–
–
–1.3
–2.4
–0.2
–2.8
–0.1
–1.7
0.9
–3.4
–4.2
4.9
–0.1
1.0
6.7
–2.6
–5.6
–4.6
–4.0
–2.1
–0.9
–0.4
90,634
47.9
17,737
59,543
94,257
48.7
18,581
60,441
94,928
48.3
19,829
62,045
95,132
47.3
20,690
64,758
95,034
47.4
19,753
64,804
–0.1
0.2
–4.5
0.1
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Oil and gas data
Graph 3.1 World proven Crude Oil Reserves(bn b)
Graph 3.1: World proven crude oil reserves (bn b)
%
87
1,600
1,400
82
1,200
1,000
77
800
72
600
North America
Latin America
Eastern Europe & Eurasia
E
Western Europe
Middle East
400
67
200
0
1960
70
80
90
00
62
10 2013
Africa
Asia and Pacific
OPEC share (%)
Graph 3.2 World Proven Natural Gas reserves(1,000 bn standard cu m)
Graph 3.2: World proven natural gas reserves (1,000 bn standard cu m)
%
240
55
210
180
50
150
120
45
90
40
60
35
30
0
1960
70
80
90
00
30
10 2013
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
North
America
IR Iran
North America
Latin
Iraq America
Latin America
KuwaitEurope & Eurasia
Eastern
Eastern
& Eurasia
Libya Europe
Western
Europe
Western
NigeriaEurope
Middle East
QatarEast
Middle
Africa
Saudi Arabia
Africa
Asia
andArab
Pacific
United
Emirates
Asia
and Pacific
Venezuela
OPEC share (%)
OPEC share (%)
E
Ea
U
Graph 3.3: OPEC Members’ proven crude oil reserves (bn b )
Graph 3.3: OPEC Members’ proven crude oil reserves (bn b)
Algeria
Algeria
Angola
Angola
Ecuador
Ecuador
North
America
IR Iran
IR Iran
Latin
IraqAmerica
Iraq
KuwaitEurope & Eurasia
Eastern
Kuwait
Libya
Western
Libya Europe
Nigeria
Middle
East
Nigeria
Qatar
Qatar
Africa
Saudi Arabia
Saudi
Asia
andArabia
Pacific
United
Arab Emirates
United
Arab Emirates
Venezuela
OPEC share (%)
Venezuela
1,400
1,200
1,000
800
600
400
200
0
1960
70
80
90
00
Ea
U
Un
10 2013
Graph 3.4: OPEC Members’ proven natural gas reserves (1,000 bn standard cu m )
Graph
3.4: OPEC Members’ proven natural gas reserves (1,000 bn standard cu m)
100
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
1960
24
70
80
90
00
10 2013
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Table 3.3
Oil and gas data
Active rigs by country
North America
Canada
United States
Latin America
Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Colombia
Ecuador
Mexico
Trinidad & Tobago
Venezuela
Others
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Azerbaijan
Kazakhstan
Poland
Romania
Russia
Turkmenistan
Others
Western Europe
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
Others
Middle East
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syrian Arab Republic
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Others
Africa
Algeria
Angola
Egypt
Gabon
Libya
Nigeria
Others
Asia and Pacific
Australia
China
India
Indonesia
Malaysia
New Zealand
Pakistan
Others
Total world
of which
OPEC
OPEC percentage
OECD
FSU
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
1,485
313
1,172
426
55
4
66
31
12
122
3
120
13
473
14
85
15
28
320
11
0
84
5
4
5
22
14
34
302
52
22
28
48
6
102
19
11
12
2
173
27
5
49
2
60
18
12
1,069
17
814
104
58
13
5
18
40
4,012
2,109
398
1,711
428
61
5
75
54
11
80
1
125
16
400
15
58
9
15
294
9
0
105
7
4
7
19
20
48
351
54
36
56
41
6
98
31
13
12
4
204
24
11
57
4
60
35
13
1,100
16
835
112
60
8
5
15
49
4,697
2,432
429
2,003
509
64
5
86
75
39
105
4
116
15
404
14
60
11
10
300
9
0
112
5
4
4
10
16
73
463
123
59
49
50
6
121
27
19
2
7
240
33
22
71
6
55
38
15
1,068
14
833
117
53
8
4
12
27
5,228
2,137
353
1,784
517
75
9
71
39
44
114
5
149
11
428
14
60
15
10
320
9
0
136
6
5
9
25
21
70
536
133
92
49
43
6
148
27
26
4
8
209
38
27
48
6
23
44
23
1,069
23
827
114
43
13
6
21
22
5,032
2,143
372
1,771
550
94
11
54
45
50
98
3
186
9
410
14
59
12
12
304
9
0
126
4
4
5
14
12
87
553
138
83
49
65
5
148
22
30
6
7
265
49
28
52
6
31
59
40
1,076
18
827
121
38
12
8
21
31
5,123
change
13/12
6
19
–14
33
19
2
–17
6
6
–16
–2
37
–2
–18
0
–1
–3
2
–16
0
0
–10
–2
–1
–4
–11
–9
17
17
5
–9
0
22
–1
0
–5
4
2
–1
56
11
1
4
0
8
15
17
7
–5
0
7
–5
–1
2
0
9
91
463
11.5
1,706
473
529
11.3
2,297
400
680
13.0
2,642
404
779
15.5
2,391
428
856
16.7
2,364
410
77
7.9
–28
–18
Notes: Figures as at year-end. Number of workover rigs for Venezuela is estimated to stand at 75 in 2013, 144 in 2012, 128 in 2011, 77 in 2010 and 64 in
2009. Average active rigs of the USA in stood at 1,089 in 2009, 1,546 in 2010, 1,879 in 2011, 1,919 in 2012 and 1,761 in 2013.
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Table 3.4
Oil and gas data
Wells completed in OPEC Members
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
change
13/12
Algeria
265
258
249
258
191
–67
Angola
60
118
112
127
115
–12
Ecuador
160
176
207
268
316
48
IR Iran
160
186
204
323
321
–2
55
71
76
228
313
85
Kuwait1
118
268
523
533
590
57
Libya
247
200
76
68
106
38
Nigeria
140
94
124
107
114
7
94
35
29
87
32
–55
450
336
312
362
429
67
United Arab Emirates
173
182
266
304
277
–27
Venezuela
775
890
1,050
788
415
–373
2,697
2,814
3,228
3,453
3,219
–234
86,294
96,230
99,039
101,757
104,888
3,131
Iraq
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
OPEC2
Total world
2
1
Notes:
1. Figures include share of wells completed from Neutral Zone.
2. Wells completed include development and exploration of oil and gas.
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Table 3.5
Oil and gas data
Producing wells in OPEC Members
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
change
13/12
Algeria
2,028
2,014
2,010
2,061
2,061
0
Angola
1,321
1,321
1,476
1,554
1,554
0
Ecuador
2,817
3,025
3,079
3,177
3,414
237
IR Iran
2,074
2,074
2,026
2,119
2,204
85
Iraq
1,526
1,526
1,695
1,700
1,735
35
Kuwait1
1,667
1,667
1,798
1,831
1,794
-37
Libya
2,060
2,060
609
1,910
1,308
-602
Nigeria
3,152
2,068
2,116
2,168
1,951
-217
513
513
517
517
511
-6
2,811
2,895
3,245
3,407
3,372
-35
1,456
1,458
1,592
1,640
1,722
82
Venezuela
14,651
14,651
14,915
14,959
14,809
-150
OPEC
36,076
35,272
35,078
37,043
36,435
-608
928,167
936,873
971,879
981,598
981,696
98
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
1
United Arab Emirates
Total world
Notes: Excluding shut-in wells.
1. Figures include share of producing wells from Neutral Zone.
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Table 3.6
Oil and gas data
Daily and cumulative crude oil production in OPEC Members (1,000 b)
Daily crude oil production (average)
1960
1970
1980
1990
2000
2013
Algeria
181.1
1,029.1
1,019.9
783.5
796.0
1,202.6
Angola
1.1
83.9
150.0
473.8
736.1
1,701.2
Ecuador
7.5
4.1
204.1
286.1
392.2
526.4
1,067.7
3,829.0
1,467.4
3,135.3
3,661.3
3,575.3
972.2
1,548.6
2,646.4
2,112.6
2,810.0
2,979.6
1,691.8
2,989.6
1,663.7
858.6
1,996.1
2,924.7
–
3,318.0
1,831.6
1,389.1
1,347.2
993.3
17.4
1,083.1
2,058.0
1,726.7
2,053.6
1,753.7
174.6
362.4
471.4
405.6
648.2
723.9
1,313.5
3,799.1
9,900.5
6,412.5
8,094.5
9,637.0
–
779.6
1,701.9
1,762.6
2,174.7
2,796.5
Venezuela
2,846.1
3,708.0
2,165.0
2,135.2
2,891.0
2,789.5
OPEC
8,273.0
22,534.5
25,279.9
21,481.6
27,600.8
31,603.8
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait1
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia1
United Arab Emirates
Notes:
1. Figures include share of production from Neutral Zone.
Cumulative crude oil production up to and including year
1960
1970
1980
1990
2000
2013
Algeria
81,372
2,569,469
6,404,548
8,974,340
11,837,030
17,381,081
Angola
1,127
76,423
623,359
1,681,478
3,972,081
10,653,544
Ecuador
2,745
26,191
617,927
1,526,131
2,843,162
5,106,517
4,167,717
12,357,977
29,969,896
38,410,483
51,367,070
69,131,733
2,750,439
7,476,078
15,826,156
22,246,208
26,918,241
37,729,618
4,333,049
13,028,906
21,993,164
25,857,094
32,092,887
43,675,811
–
5,476,384
12,810,843
16,929,582
21,993,272
28,666,599
12,318
1,138,896
8,389,456
13,656,562
20,572,881
30,274,458
451,617
1,428,583
3,199,374
4,334,808
6,032,088
9,519,232
4,345,242
13,283,848
42,306,785
61,814,608
91,266,532 132,877,051
–
1,160,471
7,164,231
11,921,927
19,785,670
31,193,456
Venezuela
13,865,487
26,301,976
36,046,663
42,528,079
51,772,971
65,459,819
OPEC
30,011,111
84,325,201 185,352,402 249,881,299 340,453,882 481,668,916
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
1
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
1
United Arab Emirates
Notes:
1. Figures include share of production from Neutral Zone.
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Table 3.7
Oil and gas data
World crude oil production by country (1,000 b/d)
North America
Canada
United States
Latin America
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Ecuador
Mexico
Peru
Trinidad & Tobago
Venezuela
Others
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Azerbaijan
Kazakhstan
Romania
Russia
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Others
Western Europe
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Turkey
United Kingdom
Others
Middle East
Bahrain
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait 1
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia1
Syrian Arab Republic
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Africa
Algeria
Angola
Congo
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Gabon
Libya
Nigeria
Sudans
Others
Asia and Pacific
Australia
Brunei
China
India
Indonesia
Malaysia
New Zealand
Others
Total world
of which
OPEC
OPEC percentage
OECD
FSU
2013 % change
13/12
2009
2010
2011
2012
6,570.8
1,217.2
5,353.5
9,469.5
585.9
1,950.4
2.8
670.2
464.7
2,601.4
71.8
107.2
2,878.1
137.1
12,396.4
1,014.4
1,256.3
88.5
9,650.4
184.6
58.1
144.2
3,820.0
261.3
18.2
54.6
82.8
25.5
1,980.5
46.2
1,301.2
49.8
20,868.5
182.0
3,557.1
2,336.2
2,261.6
712.6
733.0
8,184.0
377.0
2,241.6
283.4
8,465.0
1,216.0
1,738.9
274.9
523.1
281.7
237.6
1,473.9
1,842.0
475.2
401.7
7,351.8
463.7
154.6
3,794.6
666.3
826.1
659.9
55.9
730.8
68,942.1
6,698.0
1,227.1
5,470.8
9,629.7
572.7
2,054.7
3.0
784.8
476.4
2,577.2
72.6
98.2
2,853.6
136.3
12,646.6
1,026.7
1,333.4
85.7
9,841.3
174.0
51.4
133.9
3,529.6
246.2
18.0
49.0
96.0
19.9
1,798.6
48.3
1,202.4
51.2
21,030.6
181.8
3,544.0
2,358.1
2,312.1
758.3
733.4
8,165.6
386.0
2,323.8
267.5
8,676.5
1,189.8
1,757.6
295.6
534.1
256.1
252.4
1,486.6
2,048.3
462.2
393.7
7,654.5
480.0
159.4
4,076.4
735.6
824.4
635.9
54.9
687.9
69,865.4
6,913.4
1,260.8
5,652.5
9,790.3
536.9
2,105.4
4.5
914.4
500.3
2,552.5
69.6
92.0
2,880.9
133.9
12,613.0
915.9
1,325.9
83.8
9,943.3
173.6
48.7
121.7
3,196.3
221.7
17.8
51.8
99.2
21.4
1,680.1
45.7
1,006.0
52.5
23,004.8
190.3
3,576.0
2,652.6
2,658.7
780.1
733.5
9,311.0
333.3
2,564.2
205.1
7,438.4
1,161.6
1,618.0
295.3
530.4
239.9
251.0
489.5
1,974.8
428.0
449.8
7,474.7
413.8
156.5
4,052.1
766.9
794.4
569.8
46.8
674.5
70,430.9
7,793.1
1,308.5
6,484.6
9,682.6
533.4
2,061.3
6.1
941.4
503.6
2,547.9
66.6
81.7
2,803.9
136.7
12,624.7
844.5
1,306.5
82.0
10,042.9
187.3
46.0
115.5
2,888.2
201.9
16.3
51.1
101.0
21.6
1,532.8
44.8
868.6
50.2
24,106.5
173.0
3,739.8
2,942.4
2,977.6
813.5
733.6
9,763.0
151.6
2,653.0
159.2
8,195.5
1,199.8
1,704.0
277.1
533.1
262.1
242.0
1,450.0
1,954.1
119.3
454.0
7,475.2
405.7
145.7
4,074.2
759.7
763.4
585.6
41.1
699.9
72,765.8
8,822.1
1,380.9
7,441.2
9,680.2
525.4
2,023.9
6.7
1,006.7
526.4
2,522.2
62.8
81.2
2,789.5
135.6
12,757.3
814.7
1,372.8
82.1
10,146.6
180.4
43.7
117.1
2,721.6
176.0
16.0
51.8
101.6
21.6
1,463.6
46.2
793.4
51.3
23,834.5
190.5
3,575.3
2,979.6
2,924.7
844.3
723.9
9,637.0
41.9
2,796.5
120.7
7,640.1
1,202.6
1,701.2
266.7
529.8
257.1
234.1
993.3
1,753.7
232.3
469.3
7,386.4
332.4
122.1
4,164.1
755.7
711.8
570.3
35.2
694.7
72,842.2
13.2
5.5
14.8
–
–1.5
–1.8
9.6
6.9
4.5
–1.0
–5.6
–0.6
–0.5
–0.8
1.1
–3.5
5.1
0.1
1.0
–3.6
–5.0
1.4
–5.8
–12.9
–1.5
1.4
0.6
0.4
–4.5
3.3
–8.7
2.3
–1.1
10.1
–4.4
1.3
–1.8
3.8
–1.3
–1.3
–72.4
5.4
–24.2
–6.8
0.2
–0.2
–3.8
–0.6
–1.9
–3.3
–31.5
–10.3
94.8
3.4
–1.2
–18.1
–16.1
2.2
–0.5
–6.8
–2.6
–14.4
–0.7
0.1
28,927.1
42.0
13,524.5
12,263.8
29,249.4
41.9
13,349.9
12,516.3
30,121.2
42.8
13,129.1
12,484.1
32,424.7
44.6
13,687.8
12,495.6
31,603.8
43.4
14,453.4
12,623.1
–2.5
–2.6
5.6
1.0
Notes:
1. Figures include share of production from Neutral Zone.
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Table 3.8
Oil and gas data
Natural gas production in OPEC Members (million standard cu m)
2013 % change
13/12
2009
2010
2011
2012
196,917
192,208
190,127
182,599
179,490
–1.7
81,426
84,615
82,767
86,454
79,647
–7.9
5,503
4,997
3,604
3,495
3,661
4.8
Reinjection
95,007
89,080
88,745
77,375
76,241
–1.5
Shrinkage
14,981
13,516
15,011
15,275
19,940
30.5
10,100
10,320
10,733
10,847
10,760
–0.8
690
733
752
760
925
21.7
Flaring
6,907
7,042
7,183
7,259
7,001
–3.6
Reinjection
2,290
2,363
2,599
2,627
2,580
–1.8
213
181
199
201
254
26.3
1,400
1,403
1,337
1,541
1,628
5.6
Marketed production
296
330
241
517
515
–0.4
Flaring
570
493
539
512
579
13.1
–
–
–
–
–
–
534
580
557
512
534
4.3
Gross production
210,335
220,123
224,122
231,332
228,887
–1.1
Marketed production
175,742
187,357
188,753
202,431
199,293
–1.6
Flaring
15,874
–
–
–
–
–
Reinjection
18,719
32,766
35,369
28,901
29,594
2.4
–
–
–
–
–
–
16,578
16,885
18,691
20,496
21,390
4.4
Marketed production
1,149
1,303
876
646
1,179
82.5
Flaring
6,984
7,573
9,612
11,975
12,432
3.8
968
809
968
875
335
–61.7
7,477
7,200
7,235
7,000
7,444
6.3
Gross production
11,689
11,950
13,750
15,742
16,529
5.0
Marketed production
11,489
11,733
13,533
15,515
16,311
5.1
200
217
217
227
218
–4.0
Reinjection
–
–
–
–
–
–
Shrinkage
–
–
–
–
–
–
Gross production
29,288
30,257
9,861
23,436
22,874
–2.4
Marketed production
15,900
16,814
7,855
18,118
18,463
1.9
Algeria
Gross production
Marketed production
Flaring
Angola
Gross production
Marketed production
Shrinkage
Ecuador
Gross production
Reinjection
Shrinkage
IR Iran
Shrinkage
Iraq
Gross production
Reinjection
Shrinkage
Kuwait
Flaring
Libya
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Oil and gas data
Natural gas production in OPEC Members (million standard cu m)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013 % change
13/12
Flaring
3,261
3,483
1,302
3,922
3,248
–17.2
Reinjection
3,570
3,400
704
1,396
1,148
–17.8
Shrinkage
6,557
6,560
–
–
15
–
Gross production
56,716
71,758
84,004
84,846
79,626
–6.2
Marketed production
23,206
28,099
41,323
42,571
38,411
–9.8
Flaring
13,328
15,294
14,270
13,182
12,112
–8.1
Reinjection
14,245
21,286
22,519
20,520
21,466
4.6
Shrinkage
5,937
7,079
5,892
8,573
7,637
–10.9
102,800
136,250
150,016
163,025
183,698
12.7
89,300
131,165
145,271
157,050
177,602
13.1
Flaring
3,966
1,023
558
703
741
5.4
Reinjection
3,886
2,067
2,109
2,656
2,706
1.9
Shrinkage
5,648
1,995
2,078
2,617
2,650
1.3
Gross production
89,610
97,030
102,430
111,220
114,120
2.6
Marketed production
78,450
87,660
92,260
99,330
100,030
0.7
–
–
–
–
–
–
50
60
30
10
20
100.0
11,110
9,310
10,140
11,880
14,070
18.4
Gross production
75,840
79,778
82,460
82,500
83,796
1.6
Marketed production
48,840
51,282
52,308
54,300
54,600
0.6
967
972
982
1,020
1,021
0.1
Reinjection
22,051
22,406
23,974
22,390
23,182
3.5
Shrinkage
3,983
5,118
5,196
4,790
4,993
4.2
Gross production
72,171
71,075
73,274
75,968
76,440
0.6
Marketed production
18,430
19,728
20,769
22,726
21,820
–4.0
8,753
6,680
9,284
11,347
13,725
21.0
Reinjection
31,626
30,390
29,827
29,756
28,770
–3.3
Shrinkage
13,362
14,277
13,394
12,139
12,126
–0.1
Gross production
873,444
939,037
960,805 1,003,552 1,019,238
1.6
Marketed production
544,918
620,819
646,708
700,418
708,796
1.2
66,313
47,774
47,551
53,642
54,738
2.0
Reinjection
192,412
204,627
206,844
186,506
186,041
–0.2
Shrinkage
69,802
65,816
59,702
62,987
69,663
10.6
Libya (cont’d)
Nigeria
Qatar
Gross production
Marketed production
Saudi Arabia
Flaring
Reinjection
Shrinkage
United Arab Emirates
Flaring
Venezuela
Flaring
OPEC
Flaring
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Table 3.9
Oil and gas data
World marketed production of natural gas by country (million standard cu m)
2013 % change
13/12
2009
2010
2011
2012
North America
741,940
800,612
809,923
839,521
844,726
0.6
Canada
159,530
144,537
159,714
156,547
155,601
–0.6
United States
582,410
656,075
650,209
682,974
689,125
0.9
Latin America
202,968
211,513
212,202
216,651
219,085
1.1
Argentina
41,360
40,100
38,770
37,640
36,887
–2.0
Bolivia
12,620
14,730
15,800
18,240
18,900
3.6
Brazil
10,280
12,600
14,580
16,940
21,080
24.4
Colombia
10,490
11,300
10,950
10,200
10,200
0.0
296
330
241
517
515
–0.4
60,355
59,067
55,230
53,713
52,423
–2.4
3,470
7,200
11,400
11,850
13,305
12.3
Trinidad & Tobago
43,167
44,180
42,309
42,609
41,730
–2.1
Venezuela
18,430
19,728
20,769
22,726
21,820
–4.0
2,500
2,278
2,153
2,216
2,225
0.4
717,270
786,150
819,227
808,229
834,887
3.3
16,330
18,220
15,350
16,100
16,700
3.7
3,090
2,490
2,730
2,462
2,110
–14.3
17,680
17,580
19,050
19,490
20,400
4.7
4,110
4,240
4,150
6,193
6,090
–1.7
10,950
10,470
10,707
10,979
11,017
0.3
546,800
610,090
628,140
609,200
627,100
2.9
Turkmenistan
35,720
41,610
60,950
66,000
72,000
9.1
Ukraine
19,880
19,000
18,810
18,600
20,280
9.0
Uzbekistan
62,270
61,960
58,850
58,700
58,700
0.0
440
490
490
505
490
–3.0
272,200
282,518
255,325
267,731
263,182
–1.7
Austria
1,590
1,669
1,776
1,906
1,362
–28.5
Croatia
1,410
1,523
1,504
1,913
1,560
–18.5
Denmark
8,450
8,190
6,610
5,725
4,846
–15.4
Ecuador
Mexico
Peru
Others
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Azerbaijan
Hungary
Kazakhstan
Poland
Romania
Russia
Others
Western Europe
France
Germany
Ireland
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
Others
Middle East
Bahrain
IR Iran
Iraq
32
880
718
839
508
470
–7.5
14,590
12,710
11,600
12,299
11,886
–3.4
320
388
356
373
380
1.9
8,020
8,300
8,260
8,605
7,734
–10.1
73,730
85,900
78,560
80,145
86,401
7.8
103,750
106,350
101,420
114,055
109,040
–4.4
59,100
56,300
43,780
40,989
38,360
–6.4
360
470
620
1,213
1,143
–5.8
450,215
527,446
554,626
589,545
617,065
4.7
12,580
12,910
12,710
13,700
15,700
14.6
175,742
187,357
188,753
202,431
199,293
–1.6
1,149
1,303
876
646
1,179
82.5
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Table 3.9
Oil and gas data
World marketed production of natural gas by country (million standard cu m)
2013 % change
13/12
2009
2010
2011
2012
Kuwait
11,489
11,733
13,533
15,515
16,311
5.1
Oman
23,975
27,086
28,595
31,583
31,920
1.1
Qatar
89,300
131,165
145,271
157,050
177,602
13.1
Saudi Arabia
78,450
87,660
92,260
99,330
100,030
0.7
Syrian Arab Republic
6,510
8,940
7,870
5,800
5,300
–8.6
United Arab Emirates
48,840
51,282
52,308
54,300
54,600
0.6
2,180
8,010
12,450
9,190
15,130
64.6
Africa
201,522
210,527
212,448
226,910
213,304
–6.0
Algeria
81,426
84,615
82,767
86,454
79,647
–7.9
Angola
690
733
752
760
925
21.7
62,690
61,330
61,260
60,600
57,600
–5.0
Equatorial Guinea
5,900
6,136
6,235
6,500
6,290
–3.2
Côte d’Ivoire
1,300
1,352
1,317
1,317
1,329
0.9
15,900
16,814
7,855
18,118
18,463
1.9
3,600
3,744
3,548
3,600
3,631
0.9
23,206
28,099
41,323
42,571
38,411
–9.8
South Africa
3,600
3,744
3,531
3,200
3,200
0.0
Tunisia
1,810
2,030
1,930
1,860
1,879
1.0
Others
1,400
1,930
1,930
1,930
1,930
0.0
430,201
477,000
473,312
480,668
488,320
1.6
Australia
42,335
45,116
44,990
48,239
50,059
3.8
Bangladesh
19,750
20,100
20,100
21,820
22,860
4.8
Brunei
11,500
11,800
12,440
11,830
12,470
5.4
China
85,269
94,848
102,689
106,429
111,640
4.9
India
40,620
52,800
47,600
41,000
34,500
–15.9
Indonesia
72,400
82,600
76,250
74,200
76,000
2.4
3,740
3,397
3,696
3,273
3,090
–5.6
Malaysia
58,600
61,210
61,700
62,000
64,000
3.2
Myanmar
11,540
12,100
12,013
11,970
12,200
1.9
Others
Egypt
Libya
Mozambique
Nigeria
Asia Pacific
Japan
3,970
4,481
4,110
4,642
4,760
2.5
38,410
39,450
39,200
41,260
39,970
–3.1
3,090
3,245
3,092
3,916
3,496
–10.7
Thailand
30,907
36,293
37,016
41,286
41,800
1.2
Vietnam
7,090
8,610
7,700
8,200
10,872
32.6
980
950
716
603
603
0.0
3,016,316 3,295,766 3,337,063 3,429,255 3,480,569
1.5
New Zealand
Pakistan
Philippines
Others
Total world
of which
OPEC
OPEC percentage
OECD
FSU
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544,918
620,819
646,708
700,418
708,796
1.2
18.1
18.8
19.4
20.4
20.4
–0.1
1,132,270 1,201,968 1,179,960 1,225,223 1,226,025
0.1
698,830
768,610
801,300
788,240
815,332
3.4
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Graph 3.5: World crude oil production (m b/d)
%
80
60
70
North America
60
Latin America
50
Eastern Europe & Eurasia
40
Western Europe
Middle East
Africa
Asia and Pacific
OPEC share (%)
50
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
0
1960
70
80
90
00
0
10 2013
Graph 3.6: World Marketed Production of Natural Gas
Graph 3.6: World marketed production of natural gas (bn standard cu m)
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
North
America
IRNorth
Iran America
LatinLatin
America
Iraq America
Eastern
Europe
& Eurasia
Kuwait
Eastern
Europe
& Eurasia
Libya
Western
Europe
Western
Europe
Nigeria East
Middle
Middle East
Qatar
Africa
Saudi Arabia Africa
Asia
and
Pacific
Asia
and
United Arab Emirates Pacific
OPEC
share
(%) (%)
Venezuela
OPEC
share
%
4,000
3,500
25
3,000
20
2,500
2,000
15
1,500
10
1,000
5
500
0
1960
70
80
90
00
0
10 2013
00
10 2013
Graph 3.7: OPEC MCs Crude Oil Production
Graph 3.7: OPEC Members’
crude oil production (m b/d)
Algeria
Algeria
Angola
Angola
Ecuador
Ecuador
America
IRNorth
Iran
IR Iran
Iraq Iraq
Latin
America
Kuwait
Kuwait
Eastern Europe
& Eurasia
LibyaLibya
Western
Europe
Nigeria
Nigeria
Middle East
Qatar
Qatar
Africa
Saudi
Arabia
Saudi Arabia
Asia
and Pacific
United
ArabArab
Emirates
United
Emirates
Venezuela
Venezuela
OPEC
share (%)
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
1960
800
70
80
90
Graph 3.8:
OPEC Members’ marketed production of natural gas
Graph 3.8: OPEC Members marketed production of natural gas(bn standard cum)
(bn standard cu m)
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
1960
OPEC Annual Statistical Bulletin 2014
70
80
90
00
10 2013
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Table 3.10
Oil and gas data
Refinery capacity in OPEC Members by company and location (1,000 b/cd)
Location
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
592.0
592.0
592.0
592.0
650.8
Skikda
323.4
323.4
323.4
323.4
355.3
Skikda (condensate)
122.2
122.2
122.2
122.2
122.2
Algeria
Sonatrach
Arzew
53.8
53.8
53.8
53.8
80.8
Alger
58.1
58.1
58.1
58.1
58.1
Hassi Messaoud
21.5
21.5
21.5
21.5
21.5
Adrar
12.9
12.9
12.9
12.9
12.9
39.0
39.0
39.0
39.0
39.0
Luanda
39.0
39.0
39.0
39.0
39.0
188.4
188.4
188.4
188.4
190.8
110.0
110.0
110.0
110.0
110.0
Angola
Fina Petroleos de Angola
Ecuador
Petroindustrial
Petroproduccion
Esmeraldas
Santa Elens
45.0
45.0
45.0
45.0
45.0
Shushufindi
20.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
Lago Agrio
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
Sucumbios
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
Andes Petroleum
Sucumbios
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
Repsol YPF
Orellana
7.2
7.2
7.2
7.2
7.2
Petroproduccuion
El Oro
nap
nap
nap
nap
2.4
1,368.0
1,715.0
1,715.0
1,715.0
1,715.0
IR Iran
NIOC
Abadan
360.0
360.0
360.0
360.0
360.0
Arak
161.0
250.0
250.0
250.0
250.0
Tehran
220.0
220.0
220.0
220.0
220.0
Isfahan
200.0
370.0
370.0
370.0
370.0
Tabriz
110.0
110.0
110.0
110.0
110.0
Shiraz
40.0
40.0
40.0
40.0
40.0
Kermanshah
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
25.0
Lavan
20.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
232.0
320.0
320.0
320.0
320.0
818.1
810.0
810.0
820.0
830.0
Baiji
305.8
310.0
310.0
310.0
310.0
Daura
142.3
140.0
140.0
140.0
140.0
Bandar Abbas
Iraq
INOC
36
Basrah
140.0
140.0
140.0
140.0
140.0
Diwania
10.0
10.0
10.0
20.0
20.0
Kask
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
Haditha
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
Kirkuk
30.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
Sainia
30.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
30.0
Najaf
30.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
Samawa
30.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
Nasiria
30.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
Missan
30.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
Qaiarah
14.0
14.0
14.0
14.0
14.0
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Table 3.10
Oil and gas data
Refinery capacity in OPEC Members by company and location (1,000 b/cd)
Location
Kuwait
KNPC
2010
2011
2012
2013
936.0
936.0
936.0
936.0
936.0
Mina Al-Ahmadi
466.0
466.0
466.0
466.0
466.0
Shuaiba
200.0
200.0
200.0
200.0
200.0
Mina Abdullah
270.0
270.0
270.0
270.0
270.0
380.0
380.0
380.0
380.0
380.0
Zawia
120.0
120.0
120.0
120.0
120.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
220.0
220.0
220.0
220.0
220.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
Libya
NOC
2009
Marsa El-Brega
Ras Lanuf
Tobruk
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
445.0
445.0
445.0
445.0
445.0
Warri
125.0
125.0
125.0
125.0
125.0
KRPC
Kaduna
110.0
110.0
110.0
110.0
110.0
PHRC
Port Hartcourt
60.0
60.0
60.0
60.0
60.0
Sarir
Nigeria
WRPC
Port Hartcourt New
Qatar
Qatar Petroleum
Mesaieed
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Aramco
Ras Tanura
Jeddah
150.0
150.0
150.0
150.0
150.0
137.0
137.0
137.0
137.0
137.0
137.0
137.0
137.0
137.0
137.0
2,109.0
2,109.0
2,107.0
2,107.0
2,507.0
550.0
550.0
550.0
550.0
550.0
88.0
88.0
88.0
88.0
88.0
Riyadh
124.0
124.0
124.0
124.0
124.0
Yanbu
235.0
235.0
235.0
235.0
235.0
Saudi Aramco/Mobil
Samrif
400.0
400.0
400.0
400.0
400.0
Saudi Aramco/Shell
Sasref
310.0
310.0
310.0
310.0
310.0
Saudi Aramco/Petrola
Rabigh
402.0
402.0
400.0
400.0
400.0
Saudi Aramco/Total
Satorp
United Arab Emirates
nap
nap
nap
nap
400.0
675.0
675.0
675.0
675.0
707.0
400.0
400.0
400.0
400.0
400.0
Umm Al-Narr
85.0
85.0
85.0
85.0
85.0
Metro Oil
Fujairah
70.0
70.0
70.0
70.0
82.0
Emirate Oil
Jebel Ali
ADNOC
Al-Ruwais
Venezuela 1
PDVSA
120.0
120.0
120.0
140.0
1,867.9
1,872.0
1,872.0
1,855.0
Amuay
600.0
600.0
600.0
600.0
600.0
Cardon
340.0
340.0
340.0
340.0
340.0
3.5
2.4
4.1
4.1
5.0
195.5
195.5
195.5
195.5
195.5
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.2
126.9
126.9
126.9
126.9
126.9
153.1
190.8
184.2
184.2
145.8
131.0
130.7
130.4
130.4
132.2
184.0
195.8
175.3
175.3
181.7
134.4
80.5
110.4
110.4
122.7
9,561.0
9,894.2
9,896.3
9,906.3
10,392.6
Bajo Grande
Puerto La Cruz
San Roque
El Palito
Petropiar
2
Petromonagas2
Petrocedeno
Petrozuata2
OPEC
120.0
1,873.6
2
Notes:
1. Total refinery capacity for Venezuela also includes upgrader refinery data.
2. Upgrader refinery capacity.
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Table 3.11
Oil and gas data
World refinery capacity by country (1,000 b/cd)
North America
Canada
USA
Latin America
Argentina
Brazil
Colombia
Ecuador
Mexico
2009
2010
2011
2012
19,653.8
19,487.9
19,775.4
19,377.7
2013 % change
13/12
19,865.1
2.5
1,975.8
1,912.9
2,039.4
2,049.7
2,049.7
–
17,678.0
17,575.0
17,736.0
17,328.0
17,815.4
2.8
8,473.9
8,394.3
8,632.7
8,645.3
8,742.4
1.1
626.1
627.1
627.1
630.6
630.6
–
1,908.3
1,908.3
1,908.3
1,917.3
2,102.0
9.6
285.9
285.9
290.9
290.9
290.9
–
188.4
188.4
188.4
188.4
190.8
1.3
1,540.0
1,540.0
1,690.0
1,690.0
1,690.0
–
Netherland Antilles
320.0
320.0
320.0
320.0
320.0
–
Trinidad & Tobago
168.0
168.0
168.0
168.0
168.0
–
1,873.6
1,867.9
1,872.0
1,872.0
1,855.0
–0.9
500.0
500.0
500.0
500.0
500.0
–
Venezuela1
Virgin Islands
Others
1,063.8
988.9
1,068.2
1,068.2
995.2
–6.8
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
9,787.4
9,894.4
9,978.2
10,163.2
10,087.7
–0.7
Azerbaijan
399.0
399.0
399.0
399.0
399.0
–
Belarus
493.3
493.3
493.3
493.3
493.3
–
Kazakhstan
345.1
345.1
345.1
345.1
345.1
–
Poland
493.0
493.0
493.0
493.0
493.0
–
Romania
Russia
Ukraine
Others
Western Europe
Belgium
516.6
516.6
537.3
537.3
461.8
–14.1
5,401.0
5,508.0
5,569.0
5,754.0
5,754.0
–
879.8
879.8
879.8
879.8
879.8
–
1,259.8
1,259.8
1,261.8
1,261.8
1,261.8
–
15,439.2
15,443.2
15,155.9
14,960.9
14,097.6
–5.8
797.6
797.6
740.3
739.8
739.8
–
France
1,986.2
1,983.7
1,843.8
1,718.8
1,508.4
–12.2
Germany
2,417.5
2,410.7
2,417.7
2,417.2
2,417.2
–
Italy
2,337.2
2,337.2
2,337.2
2,337.2
2,115.7
–9.5
Netherlands
1,207.7
1,205.7
1,208.6
1,196.6
1,196.6
–
Spain
1,271.5
1,271.5
1,271.5
1,271.5
1,291.5
1.6
United Kingdom
1,857.7
1,866.2
1,766.2
1,767.2
1,524.4
–13.7
Others
3,563.7
3,570.6
3,570.6
3,512.7
3,304.1
–5.9
Middle East
7,088.4
7,427.3
7,425.3
7,435.3
7,877.3
5.9
IR Iran
1,368.0
1,715.0
1,715.0
1,715.0
1,715.0
–
818.1
810.0
810.0
820.0
830.0
1.2
Iraq
Kuwait
936.0
936.0
936.0
936.0
936.0
–
Qatar
137.0
137.0
137.0
137.0
137.0
–
2,109.0
2,109.0
2,107.0
2,107.0
2,507.0
19.0
675.0
675.0
675.0
675.0
707.0
4.7
Saudi Arabia
UAE
Others
1,045.3
1,045.3
1,045.3
1,045.3
1,045.3
–
Africa
3,362.3
3,362.3
3,383.6
3,381.6
3,460.5
2.3
Algeria
592.0
592.0
592.0
592.0
650.8
9.9
Angola
39.0
39.0
39.0
39.0
39.0
–
Egypt
726.3
726.3
726.3
726.3
726.3
–
South Africa
485.3
485.3
486.5
484.5
484.5
–
Libya
380.0
380.0
380.0
380.0
380.0
–
Nigeria
445.0
445.0
445.0
445.0
445.0
–
Others
694.8
694.8
714.8
714.8
734.8
2.8
38
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Table 3.11
Oil and gas data
World refinery capacity by country (1,000 b/cd)
Asia and Pacific
2009
2010
2011
2012
27,382.3
28,314.3
29,066.2
30,093.5
2013 % change
13/12
30,343.4
0.8
696.3
724.7
757.2
760.1
674.1
–11.3
China
9,478.8
10,302.2
10,834.3
11,547.3
11,787.3
2.1
India
3,574.0
3,723.0
3,883.6
4,278.8
4,319.0
0.9
992.7
1,011.8
1,011.8
1,011.8
1,011.8
–
Australia
Indonesia
Japan
4,873.4
4,516.4
4,499.2
4,477.4
4,339.7
–3.1
South Korea
2,606.5
2,701.5
2,721.5
2,759.5
2,958.5
7.2
Singapore
1,344.0
1,357.0
1,357.0
1,357.0
1,344.5
–0.9
Taiwan
1,290.0
1,310.0
1,310.0
1,310.0
1,310.0
–
Others
2,526.5
2,667.7
2,691.5
2,591.5
2,598.5
0.3
91,187.4
92,323.7
93,417.1
94,057.4
94,473.9
0.4
9,561.0
9,894.2
9,896.3
9,906.3
10,392.6
4.9
10.5
10.7
10.6
10.5
11.0
4.8
45,579.9
45,184.4
45,369.8
44,796.3
44,395.7
–0.9
7,799.3
7,906.3
7,969.3
8,154.3
8,154.3
–
Total world
of which
OPEC
OPEC percentage
OECD
FSU
Notes:
1. Total refinery capacity for Venezuela also includes upgrader refinery data.
Table 3.12
Charge refinery capacity in OPEC Members, 2013 (1,000 b/cd)
Vacuum
distillation
Thermal
operations
Catalytic
cracking
Catalytic
reforming
Algeria
10.7
–
7.1
89.7
–
3.8
Angola
2.5
8.7
–
2.4
–
–
Ecuador
45.3
31.5
18.0
10.0
–
27.5
IR Iran
624.0
104.0
40.0
197.4
145.0
–
Iraq
121.1
–
–
77.6
38.0
–
Kuwait
341.8
80.0
43.0
54.6
204.5
243.9
–
–
–
17.9
–
–
132.2
2.3
86.0
73.5
–
110.8
Qatar
–
–
28.0
24.6
–
54.0
Saudi Arabia
–
–
–
–
–
–
90.0
–
–
81.2
68.0
168.0
682.0
273.0
192.3
47.5
–
162.5
2,049.6
499.6
414.4
676.4
455.5
770.5
Libya
Nigeria
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
OPEC
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Catalytic
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Table 3.13
Oil and gas data
Output of refined petroleum products in OPEC Members (1,000 b/d)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013 % change
13/12
411.6
631.5
501.3
451.5
506.0
12.1
Gasoline
60.9
69.5
51.3
50.8
48.7
–4.1
Kerosene
57.2
34.1
24.3
24.3
36.1
48.5
Distillates
166.5
180.7
154.3
126.4
148.6
17.5
Residuals
92.6
118.7
117.0
86.7
113.0
30.4
Others
34.3
228.5
154.4
163.3
159.5
–2.3
Angola
46.2
47.0
39.4
38.7
45.4
17.4
Gasoline
0.9
1.3
1.3
1.5
1.5
–1.3
Kerosene
10.0
8.5
7.0
7.8
9.2
18.1
Distillates
10.4
10.6
10.6
10.8
12.1
11.9
Residuals
13.7
12.4
16.4
16.3
16.9
3.9
Others
11.2
14.2
4.1
2.4
5.8
145.7
Ecuador
189.3
185.1
217.3
132.9
210.0
58.0
Gasoline
46.1
41.4
55.3
28.3
65.1
129.6
Kerosene
8.2
8.1
8.3
8.2
8.6
4.8
Distillates
35.6
32.8
37.9
42.1
32.3
–23.2
Residuals
66.9
60.1
67.8
32.6
54.6
67.4
Others
32.5
42.7
48.0
21.6
49.4
128.7
IR Iran
1,726.1
1,743.3
1,748.7
1,811.9
1,918.4
5.9
Gasoline
332.6
346.3
308.5
418.6
455.7
8.9
Kerosene
119.2
130.2
116.9
124.5
124.5
–
Distillates
556.3
565.5
598.1
555.6
588.6
5.9
Residuals
494.4
472.0
487.2
476.3
512.8
7.7
Others
223.7
229.3
238.0
237.0
237.0
0.0
Iraq
456.6
513.2
613.2
580.4
601.3
3.6
Gasoline
60.1
71.8
75.4
76.4
85.9
12.5
Kerosene
47.8
51.5
87.4
44.5
41.6
–6.5
Distillates
85.5
102.2
130.1
127.6
132.4
3.7
Residuals
210.9
246.5
217.2
282.4
293.0
3.7
Others
52.2
41.2
103.2
49.5
48.4
–2.2
Kuwait
Algeria
892.7
979.4
881.9
1,057.0
992.1
–6.1
Gasoline
55.7
54.9
56.9
52.4
59.2
12.9
Kerosene
182.6
182.6
176.9
180.8
187.8
3.9
Distillates
300.6
243.5
244.8
227.6
248.3
9.1
Residuals
144.4
204.8
180.2
199.8
179.8
–10.0
Others
209.4
293.7
223.1
396.4
317.0
–20.0
Libya
348.5
367.2
340.5
148.3
144.8
–2.3
Gasoline
17.6
16.2
17.7
15.1
17.3
14.8
Kerosene
41.9
43.3
47.5
16.2
16.4
1.3
Distillates
89.4
96.4
78.8
46.2
41.8
–9.5
Residuals
131.3
141.1
137.0
41.4
43.9
5.9
68.4
70.1
59.5
29.4
25.4
–13.5
Others
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Oil and gas data
Output of refined petroleum products in OPEC Members (1,000 b/d)
2013 % change
13/12
2009
2010
2011
2012
Nigeria
41.5
87.7
100.3
82.3
88.5
7.5
Gasoline
10.5
23.9
29.7
27.4
30.4
10.8
Kerosene
7.0
13.7
16.0
12.9
15.8
22.6
Distillates
10.6
20.6
21.8
18.8
18.4
–2.3
Residuals
12.3
24.1
25.2
18.4
20.7
12.3
1.1
5.3
7.7
4.8
3.3
–31.7
126.3
133.0
127.0
122.7
113.3
–7.6
Gasoline
40.7
44.5
43.5
42.3
38.0
–10.0
Kerosene
22.8
24.6
23.3
23.3
21.6
–7.7
Distillates
31.8
27.5
27.4
31.9
22.3
–30.3
Residuals
4.2
4.8
3.7
3.8
6.3
66.3
26.8
31.6
29.0
21.3
25.2
18.0
1,911.0
1,914.0
1,856.7
1,927.1
1,841.7
–4.4
Gasoline
355.1
375.6
390.6
398.6
369.0
–7.4
Kerosene
174.0
168.2
166.4
174.3
162.9
–6.6
Distillates
623.8
633.5
628.5
639.7
602.1
–5.9
Residuals
497.6
445.4
416.9
508.4
455.3
–10.4
Others
260.5
291.3
254.3
206.1
252.4
22.5
United Arab Emirates
314.9
355.4
446.2
454.3
442.0
–2.7
Gasoline
35.6
43.1
57.3
65.3
71.3
9.1
Kerosene
97.0
101.7
134.8
147.8
150.8
2.0
Distillates
73.1
79.5
99.8
85.8
82.7
–3.6
Residuals
15.3
15.9
18.3
15.8
19.6
24.3
Others
93.9
115.2
136.0
139.7
117.8
–15.7
1,232.4
1,089.1
1,123.9
1,232.0
1,245.1
1.1
Gasoline
307.5
306.1
300.2
294.6
293.1
–0.5
Kerosene
79.2
72.4
78.2
71.2
67.7
–4.9
Distillates
339.2
326.7
272.5
269.2
255.2
–5.2
Residuals
308.8
256.3
305.0
303.7
312.4
2.8
Others
197.7
127.6
168.1
293.2
316.7
8.0
OPEC
7,697.1
8,045.9
7,996.3
8,039.0
8,148.7
1.4
Gasoline
1,323.3
1,394.5
1,387.9
1,471.3
1,535.0
4.3
Kerosene
846.8
839.0
887.0
835.9
842.9
0.8
Distillates
2,322.9
2,319.5
2,304.5
2,181.6
2,184.6
0.1
Residuals
1,992.5
2,002.1
1,991.8
1,985.5
2,028.2
2.2
Others
1,211.6
1,490.8
1,425.2
1,564.7
1,557.8
–0.4
Others
Qatar
Others
Saudi Arabia
Venezuela
Notes: Data may include production of gas plants, GTL, upgrader and condensate refineries.
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Table 3.14
Oil and gas data
World output of refined petroleum products by country (1,000 b/d)
North America
Canada
United States
Latin America
Argentina
Brazil
Colombia
Ecuador
Mexico
Netherland Antilles
Trinidad & Tobago
Venezuela
Virgin Islands
Others
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Kazakhstan
Poland
Romania
Russia
Ukraine
Others
Western Europe
Belgium
France
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
Spain
United Kingdom
Others
Middle East
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Others
Africa
Algeria
Angola
Egypt
Libya
Nigeria
Others
Asia and Pacific
Australia
China
India
Indonesia
Japan
South Korea
Singapore
Chinese Tapei
Others
Total world
of which
OPEC
OPEC percentage
OECD
FSU
42
2013 % change
13/12
2009
2010
2011
2012
19,845
1,962
17,882
7,799
620
2,236
287
189
1,525
200
134
1,232
456
919
9,246
125
428
284
462
261
6,425
257
1,004
13,397
693
1,694
2,333
1,823
1,239
1,211
1,584
2,819
6,507
1,726
457
893
126
1,911
315
1,080
2,252
412
46
618
349
41
786
24,207
675
8,578
3,162
1,184
3,863
2,476
1,110
997
2,163
83,253
20,468
2,016
18,452
7,311
622
2,108
313
185
1,421
89
115
1,089
424
946
9,218
134
346
300
507
219
6,429
262
1,022
13,159
720
1,550
2,198
1,887
1,248
1,189
1,549
2,818
6,759
1,743
513
979
133
1,914
355
1,121
2,620
632
47
603
367
88
884
25,848
675
9,517
3,715
1,191
3,838
2,538
1,185
928
2,261
85,384
20,579
1,906
18,673
7,609
617
2,212
303
217
1,417
173
138
1,124
466
942
9,168
126
412
300
531
214
6,432
209
944
12,906
667
1,554
2,184
1,780
1,231
1,152
1,637
2,702
6,471
1,749
613
882
127
1,857
446
797
2,421
501
39
540
340
100
900
25,996
682
9,843
3,932
973
3,642
2,685
1,075
870
2,295
85,151
20,491
1,927
18,564
7,412
651
2,064
279
133
1,438
147
85
1,232
462
922
9,060
118
408
300
551
216
6,436
113
918
12,714
715
1,321
2,206
1,679
1,221
1,247
1,493
2,832
6,702
1,812
580
1,057
123
1,927
454
749
2,197
452
39
532
148
82
943
26,585
657
10,133
4,097
900
3,625
2,788
1,089
932
2,365
85,161
20,944
2,072
18,873
7,666
679
2,173
282
210
1,517
147
125
1,245
460
827
9,013
126
404
310
536
215
6,416
88
918
12,316
642
1,261
2,138
1,495
1,185
1,239
1,440
2,917
6,607
1,918
601
992
113
1,842
442
698
2,145
506
45
445
145
89
916
26,884
628
10,189
4,374
902
3,661
2,695
1,115
910
2,409
85,576
2.2
7.5
1.7
3.4
4.4
5.3
1.0
58.0
5.5
–
47.5
1.1
–0.3
–10.2
–0.5
7.2
–1.0
3.3
–2.7
–0.5
–0.3
–22.1
–
–3.1
–10.3
–4.5
–3.1
–11.0
–3.0
–0.6
–3.5
3.0
–1.4
5.9
3.6
–6.1
–7.6
–4.4
–2.7
–6.8
–2.3
12.1
17.4
–16.4
–2.3
7.5
–2.9
1.1
–4.4
0.6
6.8
0.2
1.0
–3.3
2.4
–2.3
1.9
0.5
7,697
9.2
42,806
7,916
8,046
9.4
43,171
7,882
7,996
9.4
43,132
7,816
8,039
9.4
42,927
7,712
8,149
9.5
42,963
7,688
1.4
0.9
0.1
–0.3
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es
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Graph 3.9
bn b
Graph 3.9: World refinery capacity (m b/cd)
%
12
100
90
North America
Latin America
Eastern Europe & Eurasia
Western Europe
Middle East
Africa
Asia and Pacific
OPEC share (%)
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United ArabNorth
Emirates
America
Venezuela
Latin America
Eastern Europe & Eurasia
6
20
10
0
1960
2
4
70
80
90
00
0
10 2013
Graph 3.10 World output of petroleum products (mb/d)
Graph 3.10: World output of petroleum products (m b/d)
%
90
10
80
70
8
60
6
50
Western Europe
Middle East
30
Eastern Europe & Eurasia
8
50
40
30
40
Africa
North
America
Asia and
Pacific
Latin
OPEC share
(%)America
10
80
70
60
4
20
2
10
0
1960
70
80
90
00
0
10 2013
Western Europe
Middle East
Africa
Asia and Pacific
Algeria
OPEC
share (%)
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Algeria
Nigeria
Angola
Qatar
Ecuador
Saudi Arabia
IR Iran
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
Graph
3.11:
OPEC
output
of refined
petroleum
products
Graph 3.11:
OPEC
output
of refined
petroleum
products (1,000
b/d) (1,000 b/d)
9,000
8,000
7,000
6,000
5,000
4,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
0
1960
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80
90
00
10 2013
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Table 3.15
Oil and gas data
Oil demand by main petroleum products in OPEC Members (1,000 b/d)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013 % change
13/12
315.4
343.6
329.5
351.1
376.8
7.3
Gasoline
54.7
68.3
67.4
79.3
80.7
1.7
Kerosene
9.6
9.9
10.1
11.2
11.3
1.3
Distillates
164.3
184.4
177.1
187.5
207.1
10.4
Residuals
5.0
5.2
4.0
4.0
4.5
13.1
Others
81.9
75.8
70.8
69.1
73.2
6.0
Angola
86.6
94.9
104.6
118.7
128.1
7.9
Gasoline
19.5
20.8
23.2
25.8
28.6
10.7
Kerosene
6.4
7.8
9.0
10.1
11.3
11.9
Distillates
46.4
51.0
56.5
65.7
70.1
6.7
Residuals
6.6
6.8
7.2
7.9
8.8
10.8
Others
7.6
8.5
8.7
9.2
9.4
2.3
Ecuador
222.4
241.7
257.9
263.9
269.9
2.3
Gasoline
39.3
42.4
44.4
49.8
50.8
1.8
Kerosene
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.3
7.9
8.6
Distillates
74.3
84.4
81.6
79.5
88.9
11.9
Residuals
49.6
49.3
58.8
60.1
56.9
–5.4
Others
51.8
58.0
65.7
67.2
65.5
–2.6
IR Iran
1858.8
1820.4
1784.3
1764.7
1775.8
0.6
Gasoline
423.1
399.6
372.3
393.4
394.5
0.3
Kerosene
206.6
184.6
142.1
104.2
104.5
0.3
Distillates
560.0
547.5
592.2
618.1
619.8
0.3
Residuals
386.3
400.5
378.3
342.7
343.7
0.3
Others
282.8
288.2
299.5
306.2
313.3
2.3
Iraq
662.6
693.9
751.7
802.8
835.2
4.0
Gasoline
99.3
115.2
129.0
136.9
134.3
–1.9
Kerosene
66.1
67.4
66.5
64.8
67.0
3.4
Distillates
108.8
109.9
139.4
156.4
159.3
1.9
Residuals
129.7
143.7
154.0
158.9
173.5
9.2
Others
258.7
257.6
262.8
285.8
301.1
5.4
Kuwait
340.6
358.2
361.0
377.0
383.2
1.7
Gasoline
56.9
62.9
59.1
62.6
65.7
5.0
Kerosene
17.4
17.7
18.1
19.0
19.3
1.2
Distillates
56.1
58.4
51.8
54.1
56.7
4.8
Residuals
124.6
123.6
133.7
135.0
131.8
–2.4
Others
85.6
95.5
98.4
106.2
109.8
3.3
Libya
272.9
301.1
231.3
236.0
250.0
5.9
Gasoline
66.8
75.9
62.8
72.9
88.5
21.4
Kerosene
12.3
13.8
9.1
17.3
9.4
–45.3
Distillates
104.9
115.5
82.9
70.2
98.0
39.6
Residuals
51.3
57.8
50.3
45.8
38.7
–15.4
Others
37.5
38.1
26.3
29.8
15.3
–48.6
Algeria
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Table 3.15
Oil and gas data
Oil demand by main petroleum products in OPEC Members (1,000 b/d)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013 % change
13/12
Nigeria
233.4
270.6
311.4
343.6
384.9
12.0
Gasoline
168.2
191.5
215.3
241.3
273.9
13.5
Kerosene
25.3
30.6
43.6
47.7
53.3
11.7
Distillates
28.2
35.8
43.3
45.1
48.8
8.2
Residuals
10.9
11.9
8.2
8.6
8.0
–7.5
0.8
0.8
0.9
1.0
1.0
8.2
101.5
106.9
122.8
123.3
147.0
19.2
Gasoline
24.7
25.1
26.9
31.5
29.6
–6.0
Kerosene
21.0
27.7
36.8
40.3
57.5
42.5
Distillates
36.3
38.9
39.8
32.6
39.6
21.4
Residuals
–
–
–
–
–
–
19.5
15.3
19.3
18.8
20.3
7.6
Others
Qatar
Others
2,362.4
2,599.5
2,727.1
2,872.7
2,994.0
4.2
Gasoline
397.6
414.7
445.1
480.7
504.5
5.0
Kerosene
60.9
63.7
65.5
67.7
70.0
3.5
Distillates
605.0
618.9
651.0
710.8
729.7
2.6
Residuals
275.5
275.4
310.9
318.8
364.1
14.2
1,023.4
1,226.8
1,254.5
1,294.8
1,325.8
2.4
565.3
591.1
617.9
638.0
655.2
2.7
Gasoline
91.3
96.1
105.5
127.9
134.0
4.8
Kerosene
94.2
98.0
102.1
95.7
102.8
7.4
Distillates
96.1
97.0
92.4
94.3
92.4
–2.0
Residuals
250.2
265.7
282.9
284.8
290.5
2.0
33.5
34.3
35.0
35.3
35.5
0.5
Venezuela
679.6
675.1
741.7
786.3
831.1
5.7
Gasoline
289.9
290.0
292.9
301.8
299.1
–0.9
Kerosene
5.7
6.5
5.7
7.5
6.6
–13.0
Distillates
153.4
169.0
182.8
217.8
249.1
14.4
Residuals
64.5
62.1
63.4
46.9
48.5
3.4
166.1
147.5
196.9
212.2
227.9
7.4
OPEC
7,701.5
8,096.9
8,341.2
8,678.2
9,031.4
4.1
Gasoline
1,731.2
1,802.4
1,843.7
2,004.1
2,084.2
4.0
Kerosene
532.9
535.3
516.2
492.7
520.8
5.7
Distillates
2,033.9
2,110.7
2,190.7
2,332.1
2,459.4
5.5
Residuals
1,354.2
1,402.1
1,451.7
1,413.6
1,469.0
3.9
Others
2,049.2
2,246.3
2,338.8
2,435.7
2,498.1
2.6
Saudi Arabia
Others
United Arab Emirates
Others
Others
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Table 3.16
Oil and gas data
World oil demand by country (1,000 b/d)
North America
Canada
United States
Others
Latin America
Argentina
Brazil
Colombia
Ecuador
Mexico
Venezuela
Others
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Czech Republic
Hungary
Kazakhstan
Poland
Romania
Russia
Slovakia
Ukraine
Others
Western Europe
France
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
Spain
United Kingdom
Others
Middle East
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syrian Arab Republic
United Arab Emirates
Others
Africa
Algeria
Angola
Egypt
Libya
Nigeria
South Africa
Tunisia
Others
Asia and Pacific
Australia
China
India
Indonesia
Japan
New Zealand
South Korea
Thailand
Others
Total world
of which
OPEC
OPEC percentage
OECD
FSU
46
2013 % change
13/12
2009
2010
2011
2012
20,936.7
2,162.9
18,771.3
2.6
8,338.4
600.2
2,572.1
276.1
222.4
2,070.6
679.6
1,917.5
5,297.1
205.4
158.1
253.4
540.8
176.1
2,935.7
80.5
288.3
658.8
14,061.5
1,868.4
2,453.0
1,544.1
1,005.2
1,467.2
1,636.4
4,087.2
7,096.1
1,858.8
662.6
340.6
101.5
2,362.4
347.2
565.3
857.7
3,228.8
315.4
86.6
702.6
272.9
233.4
540.7
85.2
991.9
25,874.1
1,041.7
8,253.9
3,231.1
1,285.8
4,389.8
150.5
2,188.5
931.1
4,401.8
84,832.8
21,447.6
2,264.5
19,180.5
2.6
8,545.6
631.4
2,714.2
277.8
241.7
2,080.4
675.1
1,925.0
5,477.0
201.4
149.1
261.8
564.3
165.6
3,199.3
83.6
281.4
570.6
14,008.1
1,833.4
2,469.8
1,544.4
1,019.8
1,440.9
1,621.4
4,078.4
7,369.9
1,820.4
693.9
358.2
106.9
2,599.5
320.1
591.1
879.9
3,348.8
343.6
94.9
716.4
301.1
270.6
526.7
86.8
1,008.7
27,078.8
1,059.9
8,951.2
3,305.9
1,332.5
4,455.0
151.8
2,268.6
955.8
4,598.0
87,275.9
21,217.7
2,266.0
18,949.2
2.5
8,809.7
652.3
2,797.6
283.3
257.9
2,113.4
741.7
1,963.4
5,590.9
197.0
143.3
271.5
559.3
163.3
3,306.1
82.0
277.0
591.4
13,617.7
1,792.4
2,396.8
1,493.8
1,016.4
1,385.5
1,583.9
3,949.0
7,583.8
1,784.3
751.7
361.0
122.8
2,727.1
313.5
617.9
905.5
3,375.1
329.5
104.6
751.1
231.3
311.4
556.8
87.4
1,003.0
27,886.6
1,104.9
9,409.9
3,432.6
1,370.6
4,470.6
150.7
2,257.8
998.6
4,690.8
88,081.4
20,821.2
2,277.2
18,541.6
2.5
9,075.0
669.2
2,895.1
289.3
263.9
2,144.2
786.3
2,027.1
5,659.4
195.3
132.8
275.5
522.0
166.8
3,393.9
71.5
282.6
619.0
13,164.1
1,739.6
2,388.2
1,352.8
1,020.6
1,288.9
1,502.6
3,871.3
7,869.0
1,764.7
802.8
377.0
123.3
2,872.7
310.1
638.0
980.4
3,465.7
351.1
118.7
747.5
236.0
343.6
563.6
89.5
1,015.6
28,902.2
1,126.1
9,739.0
3,649.4
1,405.7
4,726.2
149.7
2,300.8
1,041.9
4,763.4
88,956.6
21,193.6
2,291.2
18,899.9
2.5
9,266.9
688.8
3,012.6
295.0
269.9
2,105.1
831.1
2,064.2
5,694.7
189.6
134.3
287.9
495.5
167.3
3,435.4
72.3
275.0
637.5
13,004.2
1,728.6
2,405.3
1,288.6
967.5
1,199.1
1,518.8
3,896.3
8,050.6
1,775.8
835.2
383.2
147.0
2,994.0
278.1
655.2
982.0
3,549.8
376.8
128.1
756.3
250.0
384.9
536.9
89.7
1,027.0
29,245.8
1,133.8
10,067.8
3,698.3
1,430.7
4,544.9
152.7
2,286.7
1,070.9
4,859.8
90,005.5
1.8
0.6
1.9
2.0
2.1
2.9
4.1
2.0
2.3
–1.8
5.7
1.8
0.6
–2.9
1.1
4.5
–5.1
0.3
1.2
1.1
–2.7
3.0
–1.2
–0.6
0.7
–4.7
–5.2
–7.0
1.1
0.6
2.3
0.6
4.0
1.7
19.2
4.2
–10.3
2.7
0.2
2.4
7.3
7.9
1.2
5.9
12.0
–4.7
0.3
1.1
1.2
0.7
3.4
1.3
1.8
–3.8
2.0
–0.6
2.8
2.0
1.2
7,701.5
9.1
46,385.5
3,975.1
8,096.9
9.3
47,019.5
4,157.6
8,341.2
9.5
46,469.5
4,291.7
8,678.2
9.8
45,973.5
4,414.1
9,031.4
10.0
45,902.6
4,476.9
4.1
2.9
–0.2
1.4
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Table 3.17
Oil and gas data
OPEC Members’ crude oil exports by destination (1,000 b/d), 2013
Total world
Europe
North
America
Asia and
Pacific
Latin
America
Africa
Middle
East
Algeria
744
518
123
93
11
–
–
Angola
1,669
313
159
1,103
50
44
–
388
5
256
20
107
–
–
IR Iran
1,215
128
–
1,085
–
2
–
Iraq
2,390
535
419
1,413
14
–
10
Kuwait
2,058
84
320
1,613
–
41
–
589
533
5
45
1
4
–
2,193
965
395
373
263
197
–
599
–
–
599
–
–
–
Saudi Arabia
7,571
952
1,459
4,586
80
222
272
United Arab Emirates
2,701
6
2
2,611
–
81
–
Venezuela
1,937
88
773
726
350
–
–
24,054
4,127
3,911
14,267
876
591
282
Ecuador
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
OPEC
Notes: Data may include exports of lease condensates, changes in the quantity of oil in transit.
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554
1,029
Latin America
128
313
12
94
93
2,200
4
1,705
Southern &
Western Africa
Northern Africa
1,051
Europe
1,278
241
North America
457
346
48
746
Middle East
282
Graph 3.12: OPEC Members’ crude oil exports by destination, 2013 (1,000 b/d)
1,476
138
11,907
Asia and Pacific
Oil and gas data
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Table 3.18
Oil and gas data
World crude oil exports by country (1,000 b/d)
North America
Canada
United States
Latin America
Columbia
Ecuador
Mexico
Trinidad & Tobago
Venezuela
Others
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Russia
Others
Western Europe
Norway
United Kingdom
Others
Middle East
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syrian Arab Republic
United Arab Emirates
Others
Africa
Algeria
Angola
Congo
Egypt
Gabon
Libya
Nigeria
Sudans
Others
Asia and Pacific
Australia
Brunei
China
Indonesia
Malaysia
Vietnam
Others
Total world
of which
OPEC
OPEC percentage
OECD
FSU
2009
2010
2011
2012
1,530
1,486
45
1,484
1,441
42
1,723
1,675
48
1,807
1,746
61
2013 % change
13/12
2,137
18.3
2,018
15.6
119
95.1
4,326
358
329
1,312
94
1,608
626
4,615
482
340
1,460
75
1,562
695
4,445
399
330
1,421
69
1,553
674
4,443
403
356
1,333
53
1,725
573
4,412
367
388
1,271
65
1,937
384
–0.7
–8.9
9.0
–4.7
22.5
12.3
–33.0
7204.0
4,967
2,237
7291.0
4,977
2,314
6822.0
4,786
2,036
6651.0
4,757
1,894
6584.6
4,710
1,875
–1.0
–1.0
–1.0
2,762
1,773
771
217
2,550
1,605
736
209
2,179
1,423
560
196
2,038
1,303
573
161
1,958
1,198
595
165
–3.9
–8.1
3.9
2.4
15,596
2,406
1,906
1,348
671
647
6,268
250
1,953
147
16,326
2,583
1,890
1,430
749
586
6,644
149
2,103
191
17,874
2,537
2,166
1,816
742
588
7,218
114
2,457
236
18,233
2,102
2,423
2,070
768
588
7,557
–
2,445
280
17,652
1,215
2,390
2,058
838
599
7,571
–
2,701
280
–3.2
–42.2
–1.4
–0.6
9.1
1.8
0.2
–
10.5
–0.1
7,105
747
1,770
272
102
188
1,170
2,160
371
325
7,210
709
1,683
301
87
158
1,118
2,464
389
301
6,056
698
1,543
300
83
127
300
2,377
337
292
6,591
809
1,663
248
91
102
962
2,368
63
285
5,851
744
1,669
153
97
58
589
2,193
70
278
–11.2
–8.0
0.4
–38.4
6.6
–43.0
–38.8
–7.4
11.1
–2.3
1,676
272
152
104
323
372
202
251
1,558
263
161
40
356
369
153
216
1,345
205
154
51
303
280
104
248
1,345
260
138
49
300
268
110
221
1,235
205
115
32
316
263
102
202
–8.2
–21.0
–16.7
–34.7
5.3
–1.9
–7.3
–8.7
40,200
41,032
40,444
41,107
39,830
–3.1
22,312
55.5
5,887
6,653
23,112
56.3
5,847
6,750
23,581
58.3
5,622
6,679
25,068
61.0
5,473
6,403
24,054
60.4
5,588
6,394
–4.0
–1.0
2.1
–0.1
Notes: Data may include exports of lease condensates, re-exports, changes in the quantity of oil in transit.
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129
124
336
Latin America
2,121
2,604
1,143
North America
1,043
229
137
30
522
37
2,299
1,713
6
Africa
Europe
389
70
718
83
1,052
Middle East
231
510
FSU
Asia
10,661
4,764
814
771
China
562
1,044
32
2,644
32
50
760
Graph 3.13: World crude oil exports by destination, 2013 (1,000 b/d)
Oil and gas data
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asia
sia
s
Oil and gas data
Graph 3.14: World Oil Demand
Graph 3.14: World oil demand (1,000 b/d)
%
90,000
10
9
80,000
North America
Latin America
Eastern Europe & Eurasia
8
7
6
70,000
60,000
50,000
Western Europe
40,000
Middle East
30,000
Africa
Asia and Pacific
OPEC share (%)
20,000
5
4
3
2
10,000
0
1960
70
80
90
00
graph 3.15 World crude oil exports by region (mln b/d), 1960-2013
Graph 3.15: World crude oil exports (m b/d)
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
America
IR North
Iran
North
America
Iraq
America
LatinLatin
America
Kuwait& Eurasia
Eastern
Europe
Eastern Europe & Eurasia
Libya
Western
Europe
Western
Europe
Nigeria
Middle
Middle
Qatar East East
Saudi Arabia
AfricaAfrica
Asia
and
Pacific
United Arab
Emirates
Asia and Pacific
Venezuela
OPEC
share
OPEC share (%) (%)
1
0
10 2013
%
45
40
100
90
35
80
30
70
60
25
50
40
20
15
30
10
20
5
00
10
0
10 2013
00
10 2013
00
10 2013
0
1960
70
80
90
3.16 OPEC Members’ oil demand (1,000 b/d)
Graph 3.16:
OPEC MCs Oil Demand
Algeria
Algeria
Angola
Angola
Ecuador
Ecuador
North
America
IR Iran
IR Iran
Latin
Iraq
Iraq America
Kuwait
Eastern Europe
&
Kuwait Eurasia
LibyaLibya
Western
Europe
Nigeria
Nigeria
Middle East
QatarQatar
Africa
Arabia
SaudiSaudi
Arabia
AsiaEmirates
and Pacific
United
Arab
United Arab Emirates
OPECVenezuela
share (%)
Venezuela
10,000
9,000
8,000
7,000
6,000
5,000
4,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
0
1960
Graph
Graph
3.173.17:
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
70
80
90
OPEC Members’ crude oil exports (1,000 b/d)
30,000
25,000
20,000
15,000
10,000
5,000
0
1960
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70
80
90
51
25
81
58
Latin America
4
81
19
34
43
10
253
Europe
12
13
6
327
1
Southern &
Western Africa
Northern Africa
62
North America
100
122
52
Middle East
144
Graph 3.18: OPEC Members’ petroleum products by destination, 2013 (1,000 b/d)
287
14
69
2,683
Asia and Pacific
Oil and gas data
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Table 3.19
Oil and gas data
OPEC Members’ petroleum products exports by destination, 2013 (1,000 b/d)
Total 1
world
Europe
North
America
Asia and
Pacific
Latin
America
Africa
Middle
East
Algeria
453
196
81
59
54
61
1
Angola
33
6
17
8
1
1
–
Ecuador
20
–
3
–
16
–
–
394
–
–
394
–
–
–
65
19
–
23
18
–
4
805
125
33
647
–
–
–
Libya
76
57
–
9
3
1
4
Nigeria
23
7
8
6
3
–
–
Qatar
511
–
–
506
2
3
–
Saudi Arabia
794
102
1
452
11
88
139
United Arab Emirates
792
90
8
661
2
31
–
Venezuela
491
19
78
287
84
10
13
4,457
622
230
3,053
195
195
163
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
OPEC
Notes:
1. Data may include exports of petroleum products from gas plants and changes in the quantity of oil in transit.
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Table 3.20
Oil and gas data
World exports of petroleum products by country (1,000 b/d)
North America
Canada
United States
Others
Latin America
Brazil
Ecuador
Mexico
Netherland Antilles
Trinidad & Tobago
Venezuela
Virgin Islands
Others
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Romania
Russia
Others
Western Europe
Belgium
France
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Others
Middle East
Bahrain
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Others
Africa
Algeria
Angola
Egypt
Gabon
Libya
Nigeria
Others
Asia and Pacific
Australia
China
Indonesia
Japan
Malaysia
Singapore
Others
Total world
of which
OPEC
OPEC percentage
OECD
FSU
2009
2010
2011
2012
2,222
431
1,790
1
2,455
155
34
219
201
108
956
394
388
2,890
96
2,159
635
5,527
343
466
453
489
1,871
521
1,384
2,949
240
301
30
674
249
1,008
302
146
745
232
41
54
6
136
12
264
5,291
49
523
82
391
286
1,766
2,193
22,079
2,475
411
2,063
1
2,171
124
28
209
203
88
751
367
400
2,586
75
1,913
598
5,790
339
446
363
559
2,106
543
1,434
3,049
247
371
5
632
322
951
376
146
590
314
8
61
5
48
23
132
5,322
43
583
85
369
303
1,767
2,173
21,983
2,934
387
2,547
0
2,166
124
29
194
184
115
786
340
394
2,727
76
1,923
728
5,852
378
430
364
507
2,078
575
1,520
3,346
241
441
1
629
509
902
524
99
702
492
26
61
7
21
24
72
5,341
36
621
92
345
308
1,671
2,267
23,069
3,166
467
2,698
0
1,904
121
28
146
165
68
675
313
388
2,754
74
1,980
700
6,148
383
414
377
544
2,150
558
1,722
3,360
246
456
2
661
465
862
524
144
566
351
26
51
9
40
8
82
5,257
47
524
71
269
402
1,731
2,213
23,155
3,974
18.0
8,229
2,837
3,828
17.4
8,755
2,578
4,385
19.0
9,510
2,711
4,097
17.7
9,665
2,810
2013 % change
13/12
3,352
5.9
505
8.1
2,847
5.5
0
0.0
1,661
–12.8
145
19.8
20
–28.6
187
28.1
156
–5.5
91
33.8
491
–27.3
315
0.6
256
–34.0
2,939
6.7
76
2.7
2,123
7.2
740
5.7
6,170
0.4
491
28.2
394
–4.8
396
5.0
458
–15.8
2,117
–1.5
537
–3.8
1,777
3.2
3,707
10.3
248
0.8
394
–13.6
65
805
21.8
511
9.9
794
–7.9
792
51.1
98
–31.9
719
27.0
453
29.1
33
26.9
42
–17.6
9
–
76
90.0
23
187.5
84
2.4
5,597
6.5
40
–14.9
625
19.3
76
7.0
340
26.4
493
22.6
1,743
0.7
2,280
3.0
24,145
4.3
4,457
18.5
9,926
3,058
8.8
4.3
2.7
8.8
Notes: Data may include re-exports and exports of petroleum products from gas plants, changes in the quantity of
petroleum products in transit.
54
OPEC Annual Statistical Bulletin 2014
Table 3.21
Oil and gas data
World exports of crude oil and petroleum products by country (1,000 b/d)
North America
Canada
United States
Others
Latin America
Ecuador
Mexico
Netherland Antilles
Trinidad & Tobago
Venezuela
Virgin Islands
Others
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Russia
Others
Western Europe
Belgium
France
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Others
Middle East
Bahrain
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Others
Africa
Algeria
Angola
Egypt
Gabon
Libya
Nigeria
Others
Asia and Pacific
Australia
China
Indonesia
Japan
Malaysia
Singapore
Others
Total world
of which
OPEC
OPEC percentage
OECD
FSU
2009
2010
2011
2012
3,752
1,917
1,834
–
6,781
363
1,531
201
202
2,564
394
1,527
10,094
7,126
2,968
8,289
343
466
453
489
1,871
1,292
3,374
18,545
240
2,707
1,935
2,022
896
7,276
2,255
1,214
7,851
980
1,810
156
194
1,306
2,172
1,232
6,967
321
627
405
391
658
1,766
2,799
62,279
3,959
1,852
2,105
–
6,786
368
1,669
203
163
2,313
367
1,701
9,877
6,890
2,987
8,340
339
446
363
559
2,106
1,279
3,248
19,375
247
2,954
1,896
2,061
908
7,595
2,479
1,235
7,800
1,023
1,690
148
163
1,166
2,487
1,123
6,879
306
623
441
369
672
1,767
2,702
63,015
4,657
2,062
2,595
–
6,612
359
1,615
184
184
2,339
340
1,591
9,549
6,709
2,840
8,031
378
430
364
507
2,078
1,135
3,139
21,220
241
2,978
2,167
2,445
1,097
8,120
2,981
1,191
6,758
1,190
1,569
144
134
321
2,400
1,001
6,686
241
672
395
345
588
1,671
2,773
63,513
4,973
2,213
2,759
–
6,346
384
1,479
165
121
2,400
313
1,485
9,405
6,737
2,668
8,186
383
414
377
544
2,150
1,131
3,186
21,593
246
2,558
2,425
2,731
1,053
8,419
2,969
1,192
7,157
1,159
1,689
142
111
1,002
2,376
678
6,602
307
573
371
269
670
1,731
2,682
64,262
2013 % change
13/12
5,489
10.4
2,523
14.0
2,966
7.5
–
–
6,073
–4.3
408
6.3
1,458
–1.4
156
–5.5
156
28.9
2,427
1.1
315
0.6
1,152
–22.4
9,524
1.3
6,833
1.4
2,691
0.9
8,128
–0.7
491
28.2
394
–4.8
396
5.0
458
–15.8
2,117
–1.5
1,132
0.1
3,140
–1.4
21,359
–1.1
248
0.8
1,609
–37.1
2,455
1.2
2,864
4.9
1,110
5.4
8,365
–0.6
3,493
17.6
1,215
1.9
6,570
–8.2
1,197
3.3
1,703
0.8
139
–2.1
67
–39.6
665
–33.6
2,216
–6.7
585
–13.7
6,832
3.5
245
–20.2
657
14.7
392
5.7
340
26.4
756
12.8
1,743
0.7
2,698
0.6
63,975
–0.4
26,286
42.2
14,117
9,490
26,941
42.8
14,601
9,328
27,966
44.0
15,132
9,390
29,165
45.4
15,138
9,213
28,512
44.6
15,514
9,451
–2.2
–1.8
2.5
2.6
Notes: Data may include exports of lease condensates, re-exports and exports of petroleum products from gas plants,
changes in the quantity of oil and petroleum products in transit.
OPEC Annual Statistical Bulletin 2014
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Table 3.22
Oil and gas data
World natural gas exports by country (million standard cu m)
2009
North America
Canada
United States
Latin America
Argentina
Bolivia
Colombia
Mexico
Trinidad & Tobago
Others
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Azerbaijan
Kazakhstan
Russia
Turkmenistan
Uzbekistan
Western Europe
Austria
Belgium
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Spain
United Kingdom
Others
Middle East
IR Iran
Oman
Qatar
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Africa
Algeria
Angola
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Libya
Mozambique
Nigeria
Asia and Pacific
Australia
Brunei
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Total world
of which
OPEC
OPEC percentage
OECD
FSU
56
2010
2011
2012
122,610 125,806 130,891 134,129
92,240
93,611
88,210
88,290
30,370
32,195
42,681
45,839
33,010
35,980
38,913
39,981
880
420
200
100
9,790
11,650
13,320
14,540
1,800
2,180
2,110
2,540
790
850
13
11
19,750
19,140
17,630
17,700
–
1,740
5,640
5,090
278,370 283,020 297,320 270,530
5,860
5,500
5,610
6,100
10,100
1,200
12,600
10,930
211,660 228,650 227,100 207,000
29,900
30,740
36,860
34,700
20,850
16,930
15,150
11,800
182,860 201,998 202,249 217,724
–
5,439
4,704
4,234
2,460
2,460
2,511
2,561
4,010
3,520
3,127
2,983
840
2,945
6,483
5,994
12,380
15,730
19,745
18,173
130
137
373
324
50,320
53,300
50,410
54,510
98,850 100,600
95,077 111,928
1,000
1,152
3,098
4,414
12,170
16,055
15,960
11,971
700
660
761
632
96,365 148,716 158,115 158,142
5,670
8,429
9,114
9,152
11,540
11,450
10,930
10,870
63,535 107,437 113,551 115,668
15,200
16,110
15,770
15,612
420
5,290
8,750
6,840
105,090 114,349 100,704 104,865
52,670
57,359
52,017
54,594
–
–
–
–
18,320
15,170
10,520
7,460
4,720
5,160
5,260
4,720
9,890
9,970
3,666
6,225
3,500
3,040
3,300
3,600
15,990
23,650
25,941
28,266
108,580 116,230 114,670 112,290
24,250
25,350
25,240
27,410
8,810
8,830
9,420
8,880
36,500
41,250
38,870
34,730
30,730
31,990
32,570
32,800
8,290
8,810
8,570
8,470
926,885 1,026,099 1,042,862 1,037,661
162,955
17.6
330,510
278,370
222,955
21.7
354,004
283,020
220,059
21.1
358,393
297,320
229,517
22.1
379,274
270,530
2013 % change
13/12
126,372
–5.8
81,931
–7.2
44,441
–3.0
43,445
8.7
100
–
17,600
21.0
2,591
2.0
11
–
17,900
1.1
5,243
3.0
295,809
9.3
7,009
14.9
11,200
2.5
222,800
7.6
42,800
23.3
12,000
1.7
215,422
–1.1
4,234
–
2,561
–
2,236
–25.0
5,027
–16.1
18,824
3.6
226
–30.2
59,500
9.2
106,596
–4.8
5,832
32.1
9,754
–18.5
632
–
167,929
6.2
9,307
1.7
11,400
4.9
122,874
6.2
15,456
–1.0
8,892
30.0
92,688
–11.6
46,708
–14.4
517
–
7,087
–5.0
4,720
–
5,513
–11.4
3,600
–
24,543
–13.2
115,724
3.1
29,300
6.9
9,324
5.0
32,800
–5.6
35,400
7.9
8,900
5.1
1,057,389
1.9
224,918
21.3
371,105
295,809
–2.0
–3.8
–2.2
9.3
OPEC Annual Statistical Bulletin 2014
Table 3.23
Oil and gas data
World imports of crude oil by country (1,000 b/d)
North America
Canada
United States
Latin America
Brazil
Chile
Cuba
Netherland Antilles
Puerto Rico
Trinidad & Tobago
Others
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Bulgaria
Czech Republic
Romania
Lithuania
Others
Western Europe
Belgium
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Spain
Sweden
Turkey
United Kingdom
Others
Middle East
Bahrain
Others
Africa
Côte d’Ivoire
Kenya
Morocco
Others
Asia and Pacific
Australia
China
India
Indonesia
Japan
New Zealand
Philippines
Singapore
South Korea
Thailand
Others
Total world
of which
OECD
2009
2010
2011
2012
10,430
799
9,631
10,504
770
9,734
9,595
681
8,914
9,206
714
8,492
2013 % change
13/12
8,366
–9.1
653
–8.6
7,713
–9.2
2,363
384
199
192
131
101
99
1,257
2,281
312
168
198
179
95
69
1,261
2,510
318
171
199
199
94
83
1,446
2,585
312
175
204
237
90
57
1,510
2,607
364
195
138
200
90
39
1,580
0.8
16.9
11.5
–32.0
–15.7
0.1
–31.3
4.6
1,525
123
145
142
182
933
1,406
110
161
120
190
825
1,486
100
161
112
187
926
1,401
124
143
104
182
849
1,365
113
132
109
189
822
–2.6
–8.9
–7.4
4.8
4.1
–3.2
10,754
630
1,442
1,979
359
1,541
973
1,056
384
287
1,060
1,043
10,644
662
1,295
1,883
411
1,585
1,033
1,059
401
352
964
999
10,276
605
1,294
1,827
331
1,453
987
1,054
380
365
1,009
971
10,523
639
1,143
1,882
419
1,381
1,004
1,183
417
392
1,081
982
9,886
558
1,110
1,825
392
1,179
952
1,168
339
375
1,011
977
–6.1
–12.7
–2.9
–3.0
–6.5
–14.6
–5.2
–1.3
–18.6
–4.4
–6.4
–0.5
498
213
285
550
236
315
465
244
221
348
220
128
352
219
133
882
83
38
147
615
923
84
39
149
650
906
73
39
151
643
851
70
40
105
636
846
73
39
105
629
1.1
–0.4
3.8
–0.6
3.8
–1.0
0.1
–1.1
16,921
385
4,112
3,216
328
3,416
91
139
601
2,324
777
1,533
17,767
431
4,806
3,158
285
3,441
99
182
716
2,378
817
1,455
18,419
488
5,074
3,360
254
3,558
103
183
717
2,521
794
1,367
19,262
499
5,424
3,559
264
3,458
106
185
833
2,555
860
1,519
19,337
451
5,658
3,782
291
3,408
100
152
784
2,450
868
1,394
0.4
–9.7
4.3
6.3
10.2
–1.4
–5.7
–17.8
–5.9
–4.1
0.9
–8.3
43,372
44,075
43,658
44,176
42,759
–3.2
28,255
28,517
28,778
27,632
26,043
–5.8
Notes: Data may include imports of lease condensates, changes in the quantity of oil in transit.
OPEC Annual Statistical Bulletin 2014
57
Oil and gas data
%
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
Graph 3.19
Graph 3.19: Percentage share of OPEC crude oil exports by regions
North America
Latin America
Eastern Europe & Eurasia
Western Europe
Middle East
1960
bill. US$
Graph
bill. US$
1,800
1,800
1,600
1,600
1,400
1,400
1,200
1,200
1,000
1,000
800
800
600
600
400
400
200
200
0
0
1960
1960
70
80
90
00
Africa
Asia and Pacific
OPEC share (%)
10 2013
graph 3.20
graph OPEC
3.20
3.20:
oil export revenues vs total exports (bn $)
70
70
80
80
90
90
00
% share
% share
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
0
0
10 2013
10 2013
00
Algeria
Angola
North
America
Ecuador
IR Iran
Latin
America
exports
IraqTotal
Eastern
TotalEurope
exports& Eurasia
Kuwait
Western
Europe exports
Petroleum
Libya
Petroleum
revenues
Middle East exports
Nigeria
revenues
Africa
Qatar
Share of oil revenues
Share
of oilexports
revenues
Asia
and
Pacific
Saudi
Arabia
in total
(%)
in
total
exports
United
Arab
Emirates
OPEC share (%)(%)
Venezuela
Graph
OPEC
exports
of crude
and('000
petroleum
products (1,000 b/d)
Graph
3.213.21:
OPEC
MCs Members’
exports of crude
and petroleum
products
b/d), 1960-2013
30,000
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
North
America
IR Iran
Latin
America
Iraq
KuwaitEurope & Eurasia
Eastern
Libya Europe
Western
Nigeria
Middle East
Qatar
Africa
Saudi Arabia
Asia
andArab
Pacific
United
Emirates
Venezuela
OPEC share (%)
25,000
20,000
15,000
10,000
5,000
0
1960
70
80
90
00
10 2013
Graph
3.223.22:
Graph
Members’
exports
of petroleum
1,000OPEC
b/d OPEC
Member Countries
exports of petroleum
products ('000 products
b/d), 1960-2013 (1,000 b/d)
5,000
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
4,500
4,000
3,500
3,000
2,500
2,000
1,500
1,000
500
0
1960
58
70
80
90
00
10 2013
OPEC Annual Statistical Bulletin 2014
Table 3.24
Oil and gas data
World imports of petroleum products by country (1,000 b/d)
North America
Canada
United States
Others
Latin America
Brazil
Cuba
Ecuador
Mexico
Netherland Antilles
Panama
Puerto Rico
Venezuela
Others
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Bulgaria
Russia
Hungary
Poland
Others
Western Europe
Belgium
France
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Others
Middle East
IR Iran
Iraq
Saudi Arabia
Syrian Arab Republic
Others
Africa
Algeria
Angola
Egypt
Morocco
Nigeria
Tunisia
Others
Asia and Pacific
Australia
China
Hong Kong
India
Japan
New Zealand
Singapore
Others
Total world
of which
OPEC
OPEC percentage
OECD
FSU
2009
2010
2011
2012
2,103
279
1,819
5
1,946
309
9
88
455
87
43
154
68
733
390
30
11
44
160
145
6,572
362
776
667
240
1,632
476
2,419
755
182
49
225
87
211
970
23
60
157
81
162
68
420
7,134
339
777
389
283
829
45
2,210
2,261
19,869
2,087
238
1,844
5
2,332
499
5
104
551
95
52
175
72
779
418
31
38
48
153
148
6,774
307
822
716
223
1,795
517
2,393
643
118
48
169
90
217
1,077
17
56
186
80
177
78
484
7,343
304
835
433
326
930
36
2,215
2,266
20,674
1,930
266
1,660
4
2,514
655
5
94
612
96
60
166
68
758
459
35
66
58
161
139
6,758
418
817
671
212
1,807
488
2,345
646
48
76
196
92
234
1,152
11
54
164
60
162
58
643
7,378
334
960
399
320
1,300
41
1,765
2,258
20,836
1,526
225
1,297
4
2,473
568
5
100
609
101
70
157
145
718
363
37
26
37
124
139
6,675
372
889
655
183
1,910
529
2,137
792
33
103
319
168
169
1,404
111
104
226
53
174
60
675
7,529
390
895
361
306
1,075
36
2,168
2,298
20,761
2013 % change
13/12
1,439
–5.7
220
–2.0
1,215
–6.3
4
–2.0
2,077
–16.0
554
–2.5
5
1.6
115
14.8
521
–14.4
99
–2.3
54
–22.9
143
–8.7
114
–21.4
472
–34.2
346
–4.8
38
1.6
5
–80.0
41
11.3
127
2.3
135
–3.0
6,901
3.4
529
42.3
869
–2.2
716
9.3
231
26.2
1,867
–2.3
585
10.6
2,104
–1.5
732
–7.6
14
–57.3
84
–18.4
482
51.1
–
–
152
–10.1
1,335
–4.9
160
43.7
42
–61.1
168
–25.8
52
–1.4
164
–5.7
60
–
689
2.0
7,825
3.9
433
10.9
931
4.0
364
0.8
311
1.7
1,004
–6.6
44
22.8
2,310
6.6
2,428
5.7
20,655
–0.5
858
4.3
10,043
100
760
3.7
11,117
102
709
3.4
11,868
297
1,089
5.2
12,342
296
1,175
5.7
12,457
265
7.9
9.6
0.9
–10.5
Notes: Data may include petroleum products from gas plants, changes in the quantity of petroleum products in transit.
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Table 3.25
Oil and gas data
World imports of natural gas by country (million standard cu m)
2013 % change
13/12
2009
2010
2011
2012
127,071
128,562
127,975
120,165
108,272
–9.9
20,830
22,622
29,740
31,312
26,622
–15.0
United States
106,241
105,940
98,235
88,853
81,650
–8.1
Latin America
28,910
37,868
43,531
53,257
63,599
19.4
Argentina
2,660
3,610
7,560
8,700
11,200
28.7
Brazil
8,440
12,600
10,482
13,850
17,400
25.6
Chile
1,490
3,410
3,920
3,830
3,778
–1.4
13,160
15,150
18,060
22,300
26,700
19.7
Venezuela
1,800
1,446
1,797
1,877
1,821
–3.0
Others
1,360
1,652
1,712
2,700
2,700
–
137,130
146,618
155,153
137,696
136,807
–0.6
Armenia
2,050
1,750
1,873
1,900
1,900
–
Belarus
17,570
21,600
21,850
20,252
20,260
–
Bulgaria
2,640
2,160
2,640
2,540
2,768
9.0
Czech Republic
9,570
11,140
11,280
7,398
8,478
14.6
Hungary
8,100
7,510
6,910
6,100
6,300
3.3
Kazakhstan
7,400
6,690
6,590
6,500
6,500
–
Latvia
1,190
660
1,550
1,450
1,450
–
Lithuania
2,740
2,630
3,000
2,450
2,450
–
Moldova
2,900
2,920
2,900
2,900
2,900
–
Poland
9,150
10,894
11,170
12,366
12,460
0.8
Romania
2,050
2,150
2,650
2,000
1,100
–45.0
28,100
34,389
33,110
33,300
33,500
0.6
5,400
6,425
5,830
5,000
5,100
2.0
700
700
700
700
700
–
Ukraine
35,460
34,250
42,000
30,890
28,023
–9.3
Others
2,110
750
1,100
1,950
2,918
49.6
395,597
424,424
414,794
414,329
415,486
0.3
Austria
7,190
7,530
9,780
7,812
6,413
–17.9
Belgium
21,760
31,330
28,510
27,000
30,600
13.3
220
210
260
240
240
–
Croatia
1,200
1,170
820
1,340
1,340
–
Finland
4,100
4,782
3,940
3,661
3,484
–4.8
France
49,060
46,199
47,320
47,708
47,873
0.3
Germany
94,572
88,884
85,110
87,964
94,920
7.9
Greece
3,290
3,815
4,762
4,376
3,866
–11.7
Ireland
5,080
5,261
5,290
4,522
4,401
–2.7
69,310
75,348
69,930
67,802
61,953
–8.6
North America
Canada
Mexico
Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Russia
Slovak Republic
Tadzhikistan
Western Europe
Bosnia/Herzegovina
Italy
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Oil and gas data
World imports of natural gas by country (million standard cu m)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013 % change
13/12
Luxembourg
1,300
1,366
1,250
1,206
1,028
–14.8
Netherlands
16,980
16,970
14,300
15,410
15,500
0.6
Portugal
4,410
5,109
5,000
4,904
4,884
–0.4
Serbia/Montenegro
1,550
1,933
1,878
2,240
2,240
–
35,430
36,716
35,520
36,754
35,399
–3.7
Sweden
1,310
1,642
1,296
1,129
1,085
–3.9
Switzerland
3,625
3,165
3,190
3,333
3,736
12.1
Turkey
33,180
38,037
42,560
45,922
45,270
–1.4
United Kingdom
41,060
53,850
52,838
49,100
48,944
–0.3
970
1,107
1,240
1,906
2,310
21.2
39,100
41,048
45,844
40,599
40,337
–0.6
IR Iran
5,800
7,243
11,659
6,720
5,329
–20.7
Jordan
2,850
2,520
830
800
1,200
50.0
Kuwait
890
890
688
688
571
–17.0
1,500
1,900
1,950
1,950
1,950
–
Syrian Arab Republic
910
690
552
350
350
–
United Arab Emirates
25,450
25,705
28,275
28,201
29,047
3.0
Others
1,700
2,100
1,890
1,890
1,890
–
Africa
5,250
4,790
5,230
6,000
6,400
6.7
500
500
550
500
500
–
South Africa
3,500
3,040
3,300
3,600
3,700
2.8
Tunisia
1,250
1,250
1,380
1,900
2,200
15.8
172,251
206,285
235,620
257,032
276,276
7.5
China
7,630
16,350
30,490
39,700
51,800
30.5
India
12,620
12,150
16,390
17,900
17,100
–4.5
Japan
85,900
98,015
104,000
122,243
122,489
0.2
South Korea
34,320
43,579
48,780
47,311
53,157
12.4
Chinese Taipei
11,790
15,890
15,930
16,694
16,798
0.6
8,291
8,810
9,580
9,844
10,472
6.4
11,700
11,491
10,450
3,340
4,460
33.5
989,595 1,028,147 1,029,078 1,047,177
1.8
Western Europe (cont’d)
Spain
Others
Middle East
Oman
Morocco
Asia and Pacific
Thailand
Others
Total world
905,309
of which
33,940
35,284
42,419
37,486
36,768
–1.9
3.7
3.6
4.1
3.6
3.5
–3.6
OECD
682,428
740,417
745,601
753,242
754,648
0.2
FSU
100,220
106,339
114,673
102,292
100,601
–1.7
OPEC
OPEC share
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Table 4.1
Transportation
Tanker fleet development in OPEC Members (1,000 dwt)
2009
2010
2011
dwt
2013
number
dwt
1
160
1
160
1,186
30
4,775
31
2,363
10
579
14
957
18
1,231
10,994
47
10,994
47
10,994
47
10,994
4
53
4
53
4
53
4
50
3,110
16
2,223
16
2,223
21
3,404
19
3,547
8
627
8
627
5
548
5
548
5
548
Nigeria
2
409
2
409
2
409
2
409
2
409
Qatar
6
528
6
528
6
528
6
528
6
528
Saudi Arabia
40
8,662
35
6,993
32
5,766
20
5,051
23
6,004
United Arab Emirates
13
660
13
660
13
660
13
660
13
660
Venezuela
16
1,091
16
1,091
18
1,348
19
1,452
22
2,066
160
25,129
156
24,007
162
24,454
182
28,991
191
28,560
3,780
347,535
4,167
385,828
4,494
422,849
4,734
453,168
4,912
472,169
number
dwt
number
dwt
number
dwt
number
Algeria
1
160
1
160
1
160
Angola
–
–
–
–
8
Ecuador
8
269
8
269
42
9,560
47
4
53
20
Libya
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
OPEC
Total world
7.2
OPEC percentage
6.2
5.8
2012
6.4
6.0
Notes: Figures as at year-end.
Table 4.2
World tanker fleet by year of build and categories (1,000 dwt)
up to 1998
dwt
no
dwt
no
no
1999–03
2004–08
2009–13
Total
dwt
no
dwt
no
dwt
3,657
647
10,601
GP
16.5-24.9
83
1,288
89
1,534
260
4,123
217
MR
25.0-44.9
160
6,232
245
9,424
409
16,290
253
10,210 1,066
42,156
LR1
45.0-79.9
93
4,613
149
8,277
542
31,204
452
25,275 1,236
69,369
LR2
80.0-159.9
185
21,553
278
33,361
379
45,122
450
57,199 1,292
157,235
VLCC
160.0-319.9
59
17,546
182
52,421
175
48,802
255
74,039
671
192,808
579
51,232
943
105,016 1,764
145,541
1,626
170,379 4,912
472,169
Total world
Notes: Figures as at year-end. Data is adjusted to take in account different categories of vessels. Data includes clean, dirty and chemical tankers.
GP = general purpose carrier; MR = medium range carrier; LR1 = large range 1 carrier; LR2 = large range 2 carrier; VLCC = very large crude carrier.
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Graph 4.1 World tanker fleet by age and categories ( '000 dwt)
Graph 4.1:World tanker fleet by year of build and categories, 1,000 dwt
200,000
160,000
120,000
80,000
GP
GP
MR
MR
LR1
40,000
LR1
LR2
VLCC
Total
LR2
VLCC
Total
up
1998
0
1999 –2003
2004–2008
2009–2013
GP
MR
LR1
LR2
VLCC
Graph
tankerfleet
fleet
age
(# of(number
vessels)
Graph4.2:
4.2:World
World tanker
byby
year
ofand
buildcategories
and categories
of vessels)
2,000
1,800
1,600
1,400
1,200
1,000
800
GP
MR
LR1
600
400
LR2
200
VLCC
Total
0
GP
MR
LR1
LR2
VLCC
Total
up 1998
1999–2003
2004–2008
GP
GP
MR
MR
LR1
LR1
LR2
LR2
VLCC
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Table 4.3
Transportation
World liquid gas carrier fleet by size and type, 2013 (1,000 cu m)
no
LPG
capacity
no
LNG
capacity
no
Total
capacity
up to 19,999
960
3,971
20
199
980
4,170
20,000–39,999
117
3,346
3
94
120
3,440
40,000–59,999
19
1,707
–
–
19
1,707
60,000–99,999
144
11,521
14
1,070
158
12,591
–
–
335
51,834
335
51,834
1,240
20,545
372
53,197
1,612
73,742
100,000 and over
Total world
Notes: Figures as at year-end.
Table 4.4
Liquid gas carrier fleet in OPEC Members, 2013 (1,000 cu m)
no
LPG
capacity
no
LNG
capacity
no
Algeria
8
324
9
1,073
17
1,397
Angola
5
213
3
263
8
466
Ecuador
5
145
–
–
5
145
IR Iran
1
12
–
–
1
12
Iraq
–
–
–
–
–
–
Kuwait
4
321
–
–
4
321
Libya
2
8
–
–
2
8
Nigeria
2
157
24
3,346
26
3,503
Qatar
4
328
29
5,610
33
5,938
Saudi Arabia
–
–
–
–
–
–
United Arab Emirates
1
3
8
1,096
9
1,099
Venezuela
2
24
–
–
2
24
34
1,535
73
11,388
107
12,913
1,240
20,545
372
53,197
1,612
73,742
OPEC
Total world
OPEC percentage
7.5
21.4
Total
capacity
17.5
Notes: Figures as at year-end. LPG and LNG vessels for OPEC Member Countries may be registered
under other countries flags.
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Table 4.5
Transportation
World combined carrier fleet by size (1,000 dwt)
no
2009
dwt
no
2010
dwt
no
2011
dwt
no
2012
dwt
no
2013
dwt
10,000–39,999
3
57
2
42
2
42
2
42
2
42
40,000–49,999
8
375
8
375
4
182
3
135
2
86
50,000–59,999
2
108
2
108
1
55
–
–
–
–
60,000– 69,999
2
133
2
132
2
132
1
66
–
–
70,000–79,999
5
375
5
375
4
300
3
225
–
–
80,000–99,999
7
608
7
609
6
510
4
333
–
–
100,000–119,999
12
1,305
12
1,304
12
1,304
10
1,098
10
1,098
120,000–129,999
2
241
2
241
2
241
2
241
2
241
130,000–319,999
3
471
8
2,068
7
1,915
5
1,599
5
1,599
44
3,673
48
5,253
40
4,681
30
3,739
21
3,066
Total world
Notes: Figures as at year-end.
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Table 4.6
Transportation
Average spot freight rates by vessel category (% of Worldscale)
GP
16.5–24.9
MR
25.0–44.9
LR1
LR2
VLCC
45.0–79.9 80.0–159.9 160.0–319.9
2003
338.2
240.3
193.3
147.7
90.0
2004
292.9
266.4
243.9
199.5
137.6
2005
404.4
294.4
232.8
174.7
100.8
2006
252.9
278.4
188.8
138.8
103.3
2007
251.3
255.1
165.8
116.9
82.3
2008
263.6
283.4
219.9
167.6
129.1
2009
114.6
120.6
87.6
61.1
45.8
2010
180.4
187.3
126.7
92.1
73.1
2011
177.3
187.1
113.7
74.2
54.8
2012
151.8
159.4
103.9
64.9
49.3
2013
146.1
147.3
93.5
53.9
41.9
Notes: Tanker sizes are in 1,000 dwt. Average spot freight rates are the average of all spot
freight rates by tanker size reported each month in the spot market.
GP = general purpose carrier; MR = medium range carrier; LR1 = large range 1 carrier; LR2 =
large range 2 carrier; VLCC = very large crude carrier.
Graph 4.3: Average spot Freight Rates by vessel category (% of Worldscale)
Graph 4.3: Average spot freight rates by vessel category (% of Worldscale)
450
400
350
300
250
200
150
100
GR
MR
LR1
LR2
VLCC
50
0
2003
68
2005
2007
2009
2011
GR
MR
LR1
LR2
VLCC
2013
GR
GR
MR
MR
LR1
LR1
LR2
LR2
VLCC
VLCC
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Table 4.7
Transportation
Dirty tanker spot freight rates (% of Worldscale and $ per t)
ME/EAST
ME/WEST
%
%
$/t
%
$/t
INDO/EAST
%
89 15.4 136 15.0 137 13.3 161 11.4 207 10.1 191
5.8 185 12.4
2004
156 11.9 123 22.5 126 23.6 196 23.1 193 19.9 226 17.2 259 12.7 225
7.2 220 13.2
2005
109
8.5
89 16.9
96 18.4 157 19.1 152 16.2 198 15.6 218 10.8 194
6.9 186 12.0
2006
102
9.1
82 17.6
92 20.2 147 20.5 140 17.0 178 15.7 206 11.5 166
6.5 163 11.8
2007
91
9.5
67 16.9
77 20.0 118 19.4 119 16.7 148 14.9 169 11.0 145
6.4 142 12.0
99 25.4 118 31.2 177 29.5 166 23.9 192 19.8 233 15.5 206
9.4 199 17.4
4.9
83
$/t
7.5
%
83
$/t
MED/WEST
7.2
9.8
%
MED/MED
101
69
$/t
CAR/USEC
2003
84 14.3
$/t
WEST/USGC
$/t
136 14.5
$/t
WAF/USGC
%
2008
%
WAF/EAST
%
78
$/t
2009
42
6.2
31 10.9
45 16.7
65 14.9
61 11.9
9.0
2010
73
7.9
51 13.3
74 19.9
98 16.9
93 13.7 112 12.1 135
9.4 117
5.6 115 11.0
2011
53
7.0
39 12.3
53 17.5
77 16.0
72 12.7
99 12.8 108
8.9 101
5.5 100 10.6
2012
48
7.5
33 12.3
49 19.3
67 16.7
60 12.6
91 14.0 105 10.2
88
5.6
88 10.9
2013
41
7.1
26 12.0
41 17.7
57 15.4
52 11.7
79 13.3 102 10.8
81
5.4
77 10.3
Notes: ME = Middle East; EAST = Far East; WEST = North-West Europe; WAF = West Africa; USGC = US Gulf Coast; INDO = Indonesia;
CAR = Caribbean; USEC = US East Coast; MED = Mediterranean.
Graph 4.4: Dirty tankers spot freight rates (% of Worldscale)
Graph 4.4: Dirty tankers spot freight rates (% of Worldscale)
ght rates (% of Worldscale)
300
M
250
ME/EAST
ME/WEST
WAF/EAST
WAF/USGC
WEST/USGC
INDO/EAST
CARIB/USEC
ME
200
WA
WAF
150
West
100
Ind
Carib
50
Me
MED/MED
MED/WEST
7 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
0
Med
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
ght costs ($ / t)
Graph:4.5: Dirty tankers spot freight costs ($ / t)
Graph 4.5: Dirty tankers spot freight costs ($/t)
35
30
25
ME/EAST
ME/WEST
WAF/EAST
WAF/USGC
WEST/USGC
20
ME/
15
ME/
10
WAF/
INDO/EAST
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013 CARIB/USEC
MED/MED
5
MED/WEST
0
2003
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WEST/
INDO/
2004
2005
2006 2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013 CARIB/
MED
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Table 4.8
Transportation
Clean tanker spot freight rates (% of Worldscale and $ per t)
ME/EAST
SING/EAST
WEST/USEC
MED/MED
MED/WEST
%
$/t
%
$/t
%
$/t
%
$/t
%
$/t
2003
231
28.9
264
16.5
258
19.5
268
8.4
278
17.4
2004
255
33.8
296
19.8
289
23.2
289
9.2
298
19.7
2005
276
37.5
330
22.6
312
25.4
292
11.0
302
21.7
2006
216
33.2
277
21.2
271
24.7
256
10.4
266
21.4
2007
183
32.7
218
19.2
250
26.3
238
10.8
247
22.9
2008
250
45.6
244
22.0
264
28.5
251
12.0
261
25.0
2009
95
24.0
89
10.9
103
15.1
112
6.3
122
15.2
2010
134
25.3
137
12.9
166
18.7
175
8.7
185
18.2
2011
125
28.6
148
16.6
167
22.3
166
9.2
175
20.1
2012
116
31.6
130
17.3
134
21.2
153
9.5
162
21.6
2013
103
30.4
126
18.3
125
21.6
145
8.9
154
22.1
Notes: ME = Middle East; EAST = Far East; SING = Singapore; WEST = North-West Europe; USEC = US East Coast, MED = Mediterranean.
Graph
4.6:
Clean
tankers
spot rates
freight
Graph 4.6:
Clean
tankers
spot freight
(% frates
Worldscale)
Graph
Clean tankers spot freight rates (% f Worldscale)
(%4.6:
of Worldscale)
350
350
300
300
250
250
200
200
150
150
100
100
ME/EAST
ME/EAST
SING/EAST
50
WEST/USEC
SING/EAST
50
0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
MED/MED
WEST/USEC
MED/WEST
MED/MED
MED/WEST
Graph spot
4.7: Clean
Graph 4.7: Clean tankers
freighttankers
costs ($spot
/ t) fre
Graph
4.7:
Clean
tankers
spot freight
($ / t)
Graph
4.7:
Clean
tankers
spotcosts
freight
rates ($/t)
50
50
50
45
45
45
40
40
40
35
35
35
30
30
25
25
20
20
15
15
10
10
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
2003
70
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
ME/EAST
ME/EAST
5
SING/EAST
SING/EAST
WEST/USEC
WEST/USEC
2003
MED/MED
MED/MED
MED/WEST
2012 2013
MED/WEST
0
5
2004
0
20032006
20042007
20052008
20062009
200
2005
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Table 4.9
Transportation
Main crude oil pipelines in OPEC Members, 2013
Connection from/to
Owner or operator
Length (miles)
Diameter
(inches)
Algeria
Haoud El Hamra/Bejaia
Sonatrach/TRC
415
24
Haoud El Hamra/Skikda
Sonatrach/TRC
400
34
Haoud El Hamra/Arzew (2)
Sonatrach/TRC
498/511
28/34
In Amenas/La Skhirra (Tunisia)
Sonatrach/TRC
165
24
Block 0: GS-N platform/Malongo terminal Chevron
35
30
Block 0: South Nemba/East Kokongo
Chevron
22
18
Block 0: East Kokongo/Malongo terminal Chevron
65
24
Block 2: Lombo East/Essungo
Snl P & P
76
16
Block 2: Essungo/Quinfuquena terminal Snl P & P
22
18
Block 3: PAMF1/PALP 2
Snl P & P
23
16
Block 17: P70/FPSO Girassol
Total
26
8
Block 17: P80/FPSO Girassol
Total
40
8
Block 17: FLET P10/SSU Zinia
Total
34
10
Block 18: Greater Plutonio project (2)
BP
20/22
12
Block 31: PSVM project
BP
40, 35, 33
14 /17–22, 2 x 12
Angola
Ecuador
Lago Agrio/Esmeraldas
Transpecuador (state)
305
26/20/26
Lago Agrio/Esmeraldas
Pesados (private)
304
24, 2 x 32, 34, 36
Marun/Esfahan
NIOC
273
30/32
Esfahan/Ray
NIOC
140
24
Ahwaz/Ray
NIOC
580
30/26
Naftshahr/Kermanshah
NIOC
144
8
Cheshmeh Khosh/Ahwaz
NIOC
96
18
Omidieh/Abadan
NIOC
64
12
Ahwaz/Abadan (2)
NIOC
75, 85
12/20, 24
Darkhoin/Abadan
NIOC
37
16
Goreh/Genaveh
NIOC
21
26/30/42
Genaveh/Kharg
NIOC
29
30/42/52
Neka/Sari/Ray
NIOC
199
16/32
Gachsaran/Shiraz
NIOC
142
10
Ray/Tabriz
NIOC
377
16
Tang-e-Fani/Kermanshah
NIOC
150
16
Kirkuk/Salah el-Dien
OPC
83
26
Baiju (K2)/Daura
OPC
213
12/16
East Baghdad/Daura refinery
OPC
60
16
IR Iran
Iraq
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Transportation
Main crude oil pipelines in OPEC Members, 2013
Connection from/to
Owner or operator
Length (miles)
Diameter
(inches)
Iraq (cont’d)
Naft Khaneh/Daura
OPC
130
12
Strategic pipeline/Nasuriyah refinery
OPC
32
20
Strategic pipeline/Daura refinery (2)
OPC
108/110
18/26
Strategic pipeline/Musaiab PWR st
OPC
48
16
Strategic pipeline/Al-Khairat PWR st
OPC
29.5
14
Al-Ahdeb/Al-Zubaydia PWR st
OPC
73
10
North Rumaila PS/Basrah port
SOC
115
48
Zubair/Khor al Amayah port
SOC
114
42
Zubair/Basrah port
SOC
99
42
Tuba/Basrah SPM: 2 and 3 (2)
SOC
95/99
2 x 48
Faw/Basrah SPM: 2 and 3 (2)
SOC
35/38
2 x 48
Kuwait
Wafa/Mab
KGOC
32
16
Wafa/Burgan
KOC
24
16
Burgan/Shuaiba
KOC
38
20
Khafji offshore/Khafji onshore (4)
KOC
4 x 31
24, 2 x 26, 36
Libya
Sarir/Tobruk
Arabian Oil
318
34
Messla/Amal
Arabian Oil
128
42
Magid/Nafoora
Arabian Oil
65
14
Nafoora/Amal
Arabian Oil
32
32
Hamada/Az-Zawiyah
Arabian Oil
240
18
Waha/Zaggut
Waha Oil
27
24
Zaggut/Es-Sider
Waha Oil
166
24
Waha/Samah
Waha Oil
40
24
Zaggut/Samah
Waha Oil
22
24
Samah/Dahra
Waha Oil
114
32
Gialo/Waha
Waha Oil
94
30
Dahra/Bahi gathering
Waha Oil
43
30
Bahi gathering/Es-Sider (2)
Waha Oil
2 x 44
30
Faregh/Gialo
Waha Oil
40
12
Nasser/Al-Brayqah
Sirte
107
36
Raguba/Nasser Al-Brayqah line
Sirte
55
20
El-Sharara/Az-Zawiyah
Akakus
451
30
Rimal/Bu-Attifel
Mellitah Oil & Gas
47
12
Bu-Attifel/Intesar
Mellitah Oil & Gas
82
30
Intesar/Zueitina
Zuetina
136
40
Sabah/Zella
Zuetina
56
16
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Table 4.9
Transportation
Main crude oil pipelines in OPEC Members, 2013
Connection from/to
Owner or operator
Length (miles)
Diameter
(inches)
Libya (cont’d)
Zella/Hofra
Zuetina
70
20
Hofra/Aseida gathering
Harouge
35
24
Ora-Beda gathering/Aseida gathering
Harouge
84
24
Aseida gathering/Ras Lanuf
Harouge
55
30
Amal/Ras Lanuf (2)
Harouge
2 x 169
36/30
Dor Marada/Ora
Harouge
51
10
El-Feel/El-Sharara
Mellitah Oil & Gas
47
24
El-Sharara/Mellitah
Mellitah Oil & Gas
451
30
Nigeria
Alakiri/Bonny
SPDC
21
24
Bonny/Port Harcourt refinery
NNPC/PPMC
34
24
Bonny/CLP
SPDC
18
48
Bonny terminal/offshore SBM (1 & 2)
SPDC
19
2 x 48
Brass Creek/Forcados
SPDC
34
24
Brass manifold/Brass offshore terminal
NAOC
16
36
Edop/Qit
MPN
30
24
Escravos/Warri/Kaduna
NNPC/PPMC
421
24/16
Forcados/CLP
SPDC
19
48
Forcados terminal/offshore SBM
SPDC
18
48
Idoho/Qit (2)
MPNU
19/48
24
Ogoda/Brass
NAOC
62
24
Oso/Qit
MPNU
31
18
Rapele manifold/Forcados terminal
SPDC
31
28
Tebidaba/Brass
NAOC
57
24
Ughelli PS / WRM LL
SPDC
19
20
Um Bab/Mile 32 (4)
QP
15
2 x 14, 16, 24
Mile 32/Storage tank Mesaieed (3)
QP
37
16, 20, 24
Bul Hanine/Halule Island
QP
27
20
DP (1 and 2)/Halule Island (3)
Total
25
2 x 12, 20
Idd El Shargi/Halule Island (2)
OXY
12, 15
20, 12
GIP/PS3
QPD
25
10
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Abqaiq/Yanbu
Saudi Aramco
748
56
Shaybah/Abqaia
Saudi Aramco
397
46
Hawtah/Hawtah stabilizer
Saudi Aramco
206
24
Ghawar/Abqaiq (3)
Saudi Aramco
Abqaiq/Qatif junction (5)
Saudi Aramco
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2 x 44, 3 x 34
30/32, 46/48, 30, 40/42
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Transportation
Main crude oil pipelines in OPEC Members, 2013
Connection from/to
Owner or operator
Length (miles)
Diameter
(inches)
Saudi Arabia (cont’d)
Abqaiq Plants/Dhahrab (3)
Saudi Aramco
39, 2 x 38
14, 12/14
Safaniyah/Juaymah
Saudi Aramco
123
46/48
AY-1L KP 65.628/Rabigh
Saudi Aramco
90
36
Khurais/Riyadh
Saudi Aramco
88
26
Khursaniyah/Ras Tanura (4)
Saudi Aramco
53, 63, 65, 67
40/42/48, 22, 40/42, 30
Safiniyah/Khursaniyah (4)
Saudi Aramco
4 x 66
22, 30, 40/42, 40/42/48
Berri/Ras Tanura
Saudi Aramco
37
40/42
Km 50/Qatif junction
Saudi Aramco
31
46/48
Neutral Zone: Wafra field/Mina Saud (3) SAC
3 x 31
10, 16, 20
Aindar/Abqaiq Plants (3)
Saudi Aramco
3 x 28
20/22, 24/26/28, 24/26/30/32
Qatif junction/Ju’aymah terminal (3)
Saudi Aramco
3 x 24
48, 2 x 46/48
Murban/Jabel Dhanna
ADCO
3 x 71
24, 32/36, 36
Umm Shaif/Das Island
ADMA
22
36
Lower Zakum/Das Island
ADMA
56
30
Upper Zakum/Zirku Island
ZADCO
37
42
Bachaquero/PT Miranda (2)
PDVSA
66
30/31, 30/34
PT Miranda/Cardon
PDVSA
141
30
Pta de Palma/PT Miranda
PDVSA
42
24
Ule/Amuya (2)
PDVSA
143
24/26, 26
Lagunillas/La Salina
PDVSA
26
34
PT Oficina/PT la Cruz (3)
PDVSA
2 x 97, 62
30, 26, 16
PT Oficina/PT Anaco
PDVSA
34
16
PT Travieso/T Jose
PDVSA
94
26
PT Travieso/ERB-II
PDVSA
62
16
ERB-II/PT la Cruz
PDVSA
32
16
PT Travieso/Naricual
PDVSA
84
30
ERB-II/T Jose
PDVSA
29
36
PT Oficina/T Jose (2)
PDVSA (31/30 per cent)
93
42/20
PT Morichal/PT Oficina
PDVSA
91
36
Mata Larga/PT Silvestre
PDVSA
165
20
PT Silvestre/El Palito
PDVSA
213
20
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
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Table 4.10
Transportation
Main gas pipelines in OPEC Members, 2013
Connection from/to
Owner or operator
Length (miles)
Diameter
(inches)
Algeria
Hassi R’Mel/Arzew (4)
Sonatrach
315, 316, 2 x 318
2 x 40, 24/20, 42
Hassi R’Mel/Arzew — Beni Saf
Sonatrach
321
48
Hassi R’Mel/Isser
Sonatrach
272
42
Hassi R’Mel/Skikda (2)
Sonatrach
2 x 357
42
Hassi R’Mel/Skikda — El Kala
Sonatrach
433
48
Hassi R’Mel/O-Safsaf (3)
Sonatrach
3 x 341
48
Hassi R’Mel/El Aricha
Sonatrach
324
48
Alrar/Hassi R’Mel (3)
Sonatrach
2 x 597, 330
42/48
Sonangás
310
18, 22, 24
41.78
12.75
Angola
Blocks (14, 15, 17, 18)/Soyo
Ecuador
Amistad (offshore)/Machala
EDC Ecuador Ltd
IR Iran
Bid Boland/Qom/Qazvin/Rasht/Astara
NIOC
685.4042
42/40
Kangan/Gazvin
NIOC
685.4042
42/48
Kangan/Gazvin/Astara
NIOC
1157.6682
56
Asaluyeh/Saveh
NIOC
711.503
56
Asaluyeh/Agha Jari
NIOC
313.1856
42
Asaluyeh/Bid Boland-1/Dehgolan
NIOC
306.3502
56
Asaluyeh/Iranshahr
NIOC
560.5028
56
Asaluyeh/Tehran
NIOC
668.005
56
Asaluyeh/Tiran
NIOC
108
56
OPC
90
24
Iraq
Kirkuk/Baiji
Baiji/Al-Qaiem
OPC
268
16
Baiji/Al-Mashriq
OPC
131
18
Kirkuk/Taji
OPC
272
16
Taji/South Baghdad PWR St
OPC
35
18
Strategic pipeline/Hilla PWR St
OPC
45
16
Strategic pipeline/Al-Najaf PWR St
OPC
23
16
North Rumaila/Khor Al-Zubair
OPC
54
42
Khor Al-Zubair/Hartha PWR St
OPC
48
24
Rumaila/An Nasiriyaha PWR St
OPC
134
24
AGP Pipeline
OPC
321
42
AGP Connection/Hilla-2 PWR St
OPC
25
24
Khafji offshore/Khafji onshore (2)
KJO
na
12, 42
Wafa/KOC booster station
WJO
na
18
Kuwait
Libya
Wafa/Mellitah (2)
Mellitah Oil & Gas
2 x 326
16, 32
Bouri offshore/Bahr Es Salam (2)
Mellitah Oil & Gas
2 x 12
4, 10
Bahr es Salam/Mellitah (2)
Mellitah Oil & Gas
2 x 68
10, 36
Mellitah/Gela (Italy)
Green Stream
334.8
32
Bu Attifel/Intisar (2)
Mellitah Oil & Gas, Eni Oil
2 x 82
34, 10
Faregh/Intisar
Waha
68.2
24
Intisar/Sahl
Sirte Oil
49.6
30
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Transportation
Main gas pipelines in OPEC Members, 2013
Libya (cont’d)
Owner or operator
Sahl/Km-81.5
Sirte Oil
Length (miles)
30.38
Diameter
(inches)
30
Nasser/Km-81.5
Sirte Oil
57
30
Km-81.5/Brega
Sirte Oil
50.84
30
Brega/Benghazi
Sirte Oil
152.52
34
Brega/Al Khums
Sirte Oil
399.9
34
Waha/Nasser
Waha
Nasser/Brega
Sirte Oil
68.2
24
106.64
36
Attahaddy/Km-91.5 (2)
Sirte Oil
2 x 16
12, 30
Km-91.5/Brega (2)
Sirte Oil
2 x 57
16, 36
Raguba/Km-110
Sirte Oil
54.56
20
Jakhira/Intisar (2)
Wintershall
2 x 50
8, 20
Intisar/Zueitina
Zueitina
136.4
20
Nigeria
Soku/NLNG Bonny
Shell PDC Ltd
51
40
Bonga offshore/Riser platform — A
Shell PDC Ltd
55.92
16
Riser platform — A/NLNG Bonny
Shell PDC Ltd
164.04
32
Obiafu-Obrikom/Rumuji Node
Nigeria Agip Oil Co Ltd
38.53
24
Rumuji Node/NLNG Bonny
Nigeria Agip Oil Co Ltd
50.95
36
Akpo offshore/Amenam offshore
Total EPNG Ltd
93
16
Amenam offshore/NLNG Bonny
Total EPNG Ltd
34.18
24
Gbaran — Ubie/Soku
Shell PDC Ltd
34
40
Ogbainbiri/Obiafu — Obrikom
Nigeria Agip Oil Co Ltd
75.19
24
Obama/Brass terminal
Nigeria Agip Oil Co Ltd
24.71
4.5
Edop field offshore/Oso Riser platform
Mobil Producing Nigeria
24.86
32
Oso Riser platform/Bonny River terminal
Mobil Producing Nigeria
39.77
24
GGSP offshore/Escravos onshore
Chevron Nigeria Ltd
22.48
20
Escravos onshore/FSO vessel (2)
Chevron Nigeria Ltd
22, 28
8.6
37
10
Qatar
PS-2 offshore/PS-1 offshore
QP
PS-3 offshore/PS-1 offshore
QP
PS-4/Ras Laffan Landfall
QP, Qatar Gas
76.8
34
2 x 77
12, 32
NF B-PU/Ras Laffan Landfall
Qatar Gas
91
34
Qatargas (–4, –6, –7, –8)/Ras Laffan landfall
Qatar Gas
91
38
RG-A/Ras Laffan landfall
Ras Gas
95
38
Rasgas (–4, –6, –8)/Ras Laffan landfall
Ras Gas
100
38
DOL-1/Ras Laffan landfall
Dolphin/Del
74
36
DOL-2/UAE
Dolphin/Del
363
48
Ras Laffan/Ras Laffan landfall
Shell/Phillips
52
30
PEARL-2/Ras Laffan landfall
Shell/Phillips
64
30
PEARL-1/Ras Laffan landfall
ExxonMobil
88
32
BRZ-WHP1/Ras Laffan landfall
ExxonMobil
80
32
BRZ-WHP2/Ras Laffan landfall
QP
38
24
Station U/Station B
QP
21.7
18
Station B/Station E
Dolphin Energy
230
48
Station B/Station S
QP
46
24
Station N/Station B
QP
41
30
Station N/Station B
QP
41
36
Station B/Station S
QP
41
36
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Transportation
Main gas pipelines in OPEC Members, 2013
Qatar (cont’d)
Owner or operator
Station B/Station S
QP
Length (miles)
46
Diameter
(inches)
30
NGL3/NFIS
QP
85
20
Station B/Station U1
QP
28
36
Ras Laffan/NFGP (2)
QP
2 x 137
12, 34
Ras Laffan: Station V/Station S (2)
QP
2 x 124
36
Ras Laffan/Mesaieed
QP
135
20
Ras Laffan: Station V/Station T3
QP
87
36
Station B/Station W1 (3)
QP
55
36, 2 x 30
Station S/Station W2
QP
38
30
Saudi Arabia
Abqaiq/Yanbu
Saudi Aramco
741
48
Hawiyah/UBTG-1
Saudi Aramco
35
56
UBTG-1/Berri (2)
Saudi Aramco
2 x 155
56, 36/38/40/42
UBTG-1/AY-1 KP 916
Saudi Aramco
152
56
UBTG-1/Ju’aymah
Saudi Aramco
127
28/30/38/40
Safaniya/Ju’aymah
Saudi Aramco
123
40
AY-1 KP 943/Riyadh
Saudi Aramco
95
48
Tanajib/Berri
Saudi Aramco
90
30
Haradh/Uthmaniya (2)
Saudi Aramco
77, 87
24/ 32, 48
Abqaiq/Berri
Saudi Aramco
85
24/36
UA-1/Uthmaniya
Saudi Aramco
62
24/32
Ju’aymah/Jubail
Saudi Aramco
35
30/38/40
Depco/Abqaiq
Saudi Aramco
20
40
Abqaiq/Shedgum
Saudi Aramco
33
42
Aindar/Shedgum
Saudi Aramco
21
12
Qatif North/Berri
Saudi Aramco
28
32
Tinat/Haradh
Saudi Aramco
27
20
Waqr/Haradh
Saudi Aramco
31
30
Haradh/Hawiyah (3)
Saudi Aramco
3 x 27
30
Hawiyah/ Uthmaniyah
Saudi Aramco
29
32
ADNOC
81
42
United Arab Emirates
Habshan/Maqta
Murban Bab/Maqta
ADNOC
83
30
Murban Bab/Ruwais
ADNOC
68
30
Maqta/Al Taweelah
ADNOC
2 x 33
24, 36
Maqta/Al Ain
ADNOC
100
30
Murban Bab/Jebel Ali Port
Dubai-Government
47
24
Sajaa/Sharjah
Emmarat
27
18/6/4
PDVSA
1,565
8/10/12/16/20/26/30/36
Venezuela
Anaco/El Palito
Pto Ordaz/Anaco
PDVSA
400
16/20/26/36
Anaco/Pto La Cruz
PDVSA
230
12/16/20/26/36
Flujo St/Sota St
E M Petrodelta
63.31
12
Mulata/Sota St
PDVSA
71.5
26
Santa Barbara/Aguasay
PDVSA
40.73
36
Quiriquire/Jusepin
PDVSA
32.32
20
Trans-Caribbean pipeline
PDVSA
125.71
26
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Table 4.11
Transportation
Main petroleum product pipelines in OPEC Members, 2013
Connection from/to
Owner or operator
Length (miles)
Diameter (inches)
Algeria
Sidi Arcine/Blida (2)
Naftal
30, 24 (LPG)
10
Skikda/El Khroub
Naftal
56, 57 (LPG)
12, 10
Arzew/Sidi Bel Abbès (2)
Naftal
45, 45 (LPG)
12, 10
Sidi Bel Abbès/Sidi Abdeli
Naftal
32
10
Sidi Abdeli/Remchi
Naftal
14
8
Arzew/Oran
Naftal
19
8
Sidi Bel Abbès/Tlemcen
Naftal
44 (LPG)
8
Sonangol
868
na
Esmeraldas/Santo Domingo
EP Petroecuador
101
16
Santo Domingo/Beaterio
EP Petroecuador
55
12
Santo Domingo/Pascuales
EP Petroecuador
170
10
Libertad/Barbasquilo
EP Petroecuador
104
6
Libertad/Pascuales
EP Petroecuador
78
10
Shushufindi/Beaterio
EP Petroecuador
187
6/4
Quito/Ambato
EP Petroecuador
69
6
Monteverde/Chorrillos
EP Petroecuador
76
12
Mahshahr/Abadan
NIOC
63
16
Abadan/Ahwaz
NIOC
94
12, 16
Ahwaz/Rey (2)
NIOC
510, 469
10/14/10, 16/20/16
Esfahan/Rey (2)
NIOC
2 x 231
18, 24
Arak/Rey
NIOC
160
10, 16
Arak/Hamadan
NIOC
107
12
Rey/Tabriz
NIOC
476
14
Tabriz/Orumieh
NIOC
174
8, 10
Rey/Rasht
NIOC
195
14, 16, 18
Rey/Karadj
NIOC
36
8
Gazvin/Rasht
NIOC
109
6
Rey/Mashhad
NIOC
523
20, 22
Shahrood/Mashhad
NIOC
275
8
Shahrood/Gorgan
NIOC
103
8, 10
Imam — Taghy/Torbat Haidar
NIOC
58
8
Rey/Sary
NIOC
178
12, 16
Angola
Lobito-Lusaka (Zambia)1
Ecuador
IR Iran
1. Project underway.
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Transportation
Main petroleum product pipelines in OPEC Members, 2013
Connection from/to
Owner or operator
Length (miles)
Diameter (inches)
Iraq
Baiji/Hamam Alil
OPC
104
16
Hamam Alil/Felfel
OPC
40
32
Baiji/Kirkuk (2)
OPC
2 x 53
8, 12
Baiji/T1
OPC
150
16
Baiji/Mushahdah (2)
OPC
2 x 104
22, 8
Mushahdah/Karkh
OPC
69
12
Mushahdah/Rusafa
OPC
32
12
Duara/Rusafa
OPC
31
10
Rusafa/Diala
OPC
15
8
Nasuria/Daurah
OPC
235
10/14
Shuaiba/Nasuria (2)
OPC
2 x 100
14, 10
Shuaiba/Khour Al-Zubair (2)
OPC
2 x 27
8/10, 10
Nasuria/Kut
OPC
115
8
Daurah/Baghdad Int Airport
OPC
17
8
Karkh/Habania
OPC
97
16, 12
Mina al Ahmadi/Subhan
KNPC
12
8, 2 x 6, 12
Mina al Ahmadi/Kafco
KNPC
25
10, 12
Maa Rafinery/Al-Zour/Doha
KNPC
52
18, 2 x 20
Kuwait
Libya
Azzawya/Airport road depot (2)
Elbrega Co
2 x 34
16, 10
Azzawya/Janzour depot
Elbrega Co
21
8
Azzawya/Elwettia depot
Elbrega Co
56
16
Azzawya/Eljmail depot
Elbrega Co
40
16
Warri/Benin
PPMC
56
16
Benin/Ore
PPMC
71
14
Ore/Moisimi
PPMC
94
12
Auchi/Benin
PPMC
66
12
Atlas Cove/Moisimi
PPMC
30
16
Moisimi/Ibadan
PPMC
49
12
Ibadan/Ilorin
PPMC
106
6
Enugu/Auchi
PPMC
105
12
Auchi/Suleja
PPMC
155
12
Suleja/Minna
PPMC
50
8
Suleja/Kaduna
PPMC
93
12
Nigeria
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Transportation
Main petroleum product pipelines in OPEC Members, 2013
Connection from/to
Owner or operator
Length (miles)
Diameter (inches)
2 x 26, 18
12, 18, 6
2x4
16, 20
Qatar
QP Refinery, Mesaieed/WOQOD, Doha (3) QP Refinery
QP Refinery, Mesaieed/Export berth (2)
QP Refinery
Saudi Arabia
Dharan/Riyadh
Saudi Aramco
246
20
Riyadh/Qasim
Saudi Aramco
225
16
Yanbu/Madina
Saudi Aramco
93
14
Ras Tanura/Dhahran (3)
Saudi Aramco
66, 2 x 23
20, 2 x 12
Abqaiq/Alhasa
Saudi Aramco
40
8
United Arab Emirates
Mussaffah/Al Ain
Takreer
101
10
Mussaffah/Abu Dhabi Airport
Takreer
17
10
Ruwais refinery/Mussaffah
Takreer
129
16
Abu Dhabi refinery/Mussaffah (2)
Takreer
10, 10 (LPG)
12, 8
Abu Dhabi refinery/Abu Dhabi airport
Takreer
10
10
PT La Cruz/San Tomé
PDVSA
99
16
San Tomé/Maturín
PDVSA
99
8
San Tomé/Puerto Ordaz
PDVSA
124
12
Puerto Ordaz/Bolívar
PDVSA
44
8
Bajo Grande/San Lorenzo
PDVSA
70
12
San Lorenzo/El Vigía
PDVSA
104
12
Carenero/Guatire
PDVSA
45
16
El Palito refinery/Yagua
PDVSA
29
16
El Palito refinery/Barquisimeto
PDVSA
95
12
Venezuela
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Prices
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Table 5.1
Prices
OPEC Reference Basket (ORB) and corresponding spot components prices ($/b)
Algeria
Angola Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi
Arabia
UAE
Venezuela
ORB
ORB
Coefficient
of
volatility2
variation3
%
28.10
2.17
8
na
36.05
4.52
13
54.09
40.53
50.64
5.40
11
61.10
66.06
52.01
61.08
5.17
8
69.30
68.75
72.87
61.80
69.08
11.56
17
96.65 100.60
94.86
95.16
99.03
86.73
94.45
28.43
30
60.68
61.45
63.25
62.38
61.38
63.78
55.90
61.06
12.65
21
76.32
79.13
81.07
78.18
77.82
79.94
69.70
77.45
5.38
7
97.94 107.46
6.50
6
2012 111.49 112.21 102.76 109.06 107.96 108.93 111.86 113.66 109.26 110.22 111.76 100.06 109.45
7.96
7
2013 109.38 109.14
3.93
4
Saharan
Blend
Girassol
Oriente
Iran
Heavy
Basra
Light
Kuwait
Export
Ess
Sider
Bonny
Light
Marine
Arab
Light
Murban
Merey1
2003
28.73
28.33
25.42
26.34
26.60
26.89
28.21
28.77
27.05
27.69
28.25
na
2004
38.35
35.77
30.31
33.06
34.60
34.08
36.58
38.27
34.04
34.53
36.65
2005
54.64
51.33
43.43
47.99
48.33
48.66
52.62
55.67
50.49
50.21
2006
66.05
63.06
53.93
59.27
57.97
58.88
63.35
66.84
62.64
2007
74.66
70.88
61.55
67.06
66.40
66.35
71.41
75.14
2008
98.96
95.64
85.43
91.49
92.08
91.16
2009
62.35
61.81
55.84
60.62
60.50
2010
80.35
79.53
72.82
76.74
76.79
2011 112.92 111.57 101.03 106.11 106.17 105.63 111.90 114.15 106.53 107.82 109.77
97.74 105.73 103.60 105.04 108.51 111.36 105.32 106.53 108.21
96.66 105.87
Notes: OPEC Reference Basket (ORB): Up to May 2005, ORB was calculated according to the old methodology. As of June 16, 2005, the new Basket
methodology was implemented (for details, please refer to OPEC Basket definition under ‘General Notes’). Basrah Light: up to 2001, delivery ex-Yanbu. As of
2002, quotations for US market and as of June 16, 2005, Market Weighted Average. Up to 2005, prices are averages of weekly fob quotations. As of 2006,
based on daily quotations.
1. Prior to 2009, price of BCF–17 which was the component of the OPEC Basket and was replaced by Merey in 2009.
2. Standard deviation of daily prices.
3. Ratio of volatility to annual price.
Graph 5.1: OPEC Reference Basket - 2003-13
Graph 5.1: OPEC Reference Basket
($/b)
US$/bbl
130
40
110
20
90
70
0
50
–20
30
–40
10
2003
82
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Change over previous
year (right hand scale)
2013
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Table 5.2
Prices
Selected spot crude oil prices ($/b)
Algeria
Zarzaitine
Angola
Cabinda
IR Iran
Iran Light
Libya
Brega
Nigeria
Forcados
Qatar
Dukhan
Saudi Arabia
Arab Heavy
2003
28.99
28.01
26.89
28.89
28.65
27.44
26.43
2004
38.53
35.54
34.60
38.35
38.10
36.05
31.14
2005
54.87
51.20
50.66
54.22
55.60
53.46
45.28
2006
66.31
62.07
61.07
65.04
67.07
65.39
56.82
2007
74.16
69.65
69.30
72.93
74.49
72.33
64.18
2008
99.33
94.29
94.66
98.12
101.42
98.39
88.12
2009
62.63
61.42
61.25
62.16
63.35
62.86
60.25
2010
80.34
79.13
78.18
79.67
81.06
79.36
75.56
2011
112.26
110.09
108.29
112.89
113.65
108.86
104.06
2012
111.18
112.10
109.79
111.45
114.21
110.34
108.32
2013
108.85
108.47
107.19
108.88
111.95
107.05
103.89
Notes: Up to 2005, prices are averages of weekly fob quotations. As of 2006, prices are based on daily quotations.
Graph
- Selected
Crudeoil
Oilprices
PricestotoOPEC
OPEC
Reference
Basket
Graph 5.2:
5.2: Differentials
Differentials of
selected Spot
spot crude
Reference
Basket
($/b)
8
6
4
2
0
–2
–4
–6
–8
2003
2004
2005
2006
Zarzaitine
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2008
Iran Light
2009
2010
Brega
2011
Forcados
2012
Dukhan
2013
Arab Heavy
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Table 5.2
Prices
Selected spot crude oil prices ($/b)
UAE
Dubai
Indonesia
Attaka
Indonesia
Minas
Oman
Egypt
Oman Suez Blend
UK
Brent Dtd
2003
26.77
29.58
29.52
27.14
25.76
28.81
2004
33.66
40.87
36.85
34.35
32.19
38.23
2005
49.36
57.26
54.01
50.48
47.71
54.44
2006
61.54
67.91
65.23
62.59
58.74
65.16
2007
68.38
75.44
73.56
68.86
66.78
72.55
2008
93.85
102.16
100.65
94.51
91.68
97.37
2009
61.83
64.00
64.90
62.06
58.38
61.68
2010
78.10
81.78
82.28
78.34
75.40
79.60
2011
106.21
115.50
114.79
106.63
106.18
111.36
2012
109.07
114.71
116.60
109.35
107.62
111.62
2013
105.45
107.29
107.41
105.51
105.35
108.62
Notes: Up to 2005, prices are averages of weekly fob quotations. As of 2006, based on daily quotations.
Graph
5.3: Differentials
- Selected
Crudeoil
Oilprices
PricestotoOPEC
OPEC
Reference
Basket
Graph 5.3:
Differentials of
selected Spot
spot crude
Reference
Basket
($/b)
10
8
6
4
2
0
–2
–4
–6
–8
2003
Dubai
84
2004
Attaka
2005
Minas
2006
Oman
2007
Suez Mix
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Brent Dated
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Table 5.2
Prices
Selected spot crude oil prices ($/b)
UK
Forties
Norway
Ekofisk
Norway
Oseberg
Mexico
Isthmus
Mexico
Maya
China
Daqing
Malaysia
Tapis
2003
28.94
28.89
28.97
28.25
24.23
29.52
30.08
2004
38.85
38.18
38.33
37.01
30.00
36.72
41.14
2005
55.06
54.48
54.84
50.35
40.94
52.65
57.94
2006
65.85
65.30
65.95
59.87
51.25
63.33
70.04
2007
72.46
73.20
73.87
67.58
59.83
71.30
77.87
2008
97.25
99.40
99.74
95.22
84.39
96.72
104.55
2009
61.68
62.67
62.83
60.85
56.65
59.97
65.05
2010
79.60
80.52
80.77
77.86
70.14
78.45
82.74
2011
111.36
112.74
112.98
105.64
98.64
110.46
117.15
2012
111.62
112.76
112.98
106.55
99.65
113.41
116.98
2013
108.65
109.88
110.04
105.16
97.31
104.00
114.39
Notes: Up to 2005, prices are averages of weekly fob quotations. As of 2006, prices are based on daily
quotations.
Graph
5.4: Differentials
- Selected
Crudeoil
Oilprices
Pricestoto
OPEC
Reference
Basket
Graph 5.4:
Differentials of
selected Spot
spot crude
OPEC
Reference
Basket
($/b)
15
10
5
0
–5
–10
–15
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
Forties
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Ekofisk
2009
Oseberg
2010
Isthmus
2011
Maya
2012
Daqing
2013
Tapis
85
Table 5.2
Prices
Selected spot crude oil prices ($/b)
Malaysia
Miri
Australia
Gippsland
Colombia
Cano Limon
USA
WTI
Russia
Urals
2003
30.07
29.85
27.78
31.09
27.02
2004
41.21
40.58
35.53
41.44
34.47
2005
58.33
56.18
51.31
56.51
50.79
2006
70.30
67.92
62.72
66.04
61.37
2007
77.76
75.55
69.67
72.29
69.55
2008
104.90
101.66
98.94
100.00
94.87
2009
65.27
63.81
64.38
61.88
61.22
2010
82.87
81.73
79.75
79.42
78.39
2011
118.08
113.91
108.30
94.99
109.19
2012
118.25
112.49
107.66
94.10
110.49
2013
115.51
108.14
nap
97.96
108.00
Notes: Up to 2005, prices are averages of weekly fob quotations. As of 2006, prices are
based on daily quotations. Urals delivery to Mediterranean.
Graph
Oilprices
PricestotoOPEC
OPEC
Reference
Basket
Graph5.5:
5.5:Differentials
Differentials -ofSelected
selectedSpot
spot Crude
crude oil
Reference
Basket
($/b)
15
10
5
0
–5
–10
–15
–20
2003
Miri
86
2004
Gippsland
2005
Cano Limon
2006
2007
WTI
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Urals
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Table 5.3
Prices
OPEC Reference Basket in nominal and real terms ($/b)
Nominal ORB adjusted for:
Exchange2
Inflation3
Combined4
24.27
27.22
23.51
Nominal
ORB1
28.10
2003
2004
36.05
29.02
34.31
27.62
2005
50.64
40.86
47.26
38.13
2006
61.08
49.37
55.87
45.16
2007
69.08
53.14
61.95
47.66
2008
94.45
69.68
82.12
60.58
2009
61.06
46.67
52.99
40.50
2010
77.45
60.11
66.23
51.40
2011
107.46
80.07
89.59
66.75
2012
109.45
84.90
89.42
69.36
2013
105.87
82.67
85.32
66.63
Notes: Base: 2001 = 100.
1. Up to October 1974: 93 per cent of the posted prices of Arab Light (fob Ras
Tanura). November 1974 to December 1981: official prices of Arab Light (fob Ras
Tanura). As of 1982, OPEC Reference Basket price (nb, as of June 16, 2005, the
new Basket methodology came into effect — see OPEC Basket definition under
‘General Notes’).
2. Based on weighted average index of currency exchange rates in the modified
Geneva I Agreement (see Geneva I Agreement definition under ‘General Notes’).
3. Based on weighted average consumer price indices of modified Geneva I
countries and USA.
4. Based on combined indices of exchange rates and inflation.
120
Graph 5.6: Crude Oil Prices in Nominal and Real Terms: Base 2001=100
Graph 5.6: OPEC Reference Basket in nominal and real terms (base 2001, $/b)
1971-2013
100
80
60
40
20
Nominal ORB
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2011
2009
2007
2005
2003
2001
1999
1997
1995
1993
1991
1989
1987
1985
1983
1981
1979
1977
1975
1973
1971
0
Real ORB (exchange rate and inflation adjusted)
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Table 5.4
Prices
Spot prices of petroleum products in major markets ($/b)
US Gulf
gasoline
gasoil
Singapore
fuel oil
gasoline
Rotterdam
gasoil
fuel oil
reg unl 87 0.2% sulphur 3% sulphur prem 0.15g/l 0.5% sulphur
gasoil1
gasoline
fuel oil
380 CST prem 0.15g/l 0.2% sulphur 3.5% sulphur
2003
36.83
34.09
24.02
34.74
33.38
25.07
34.86
33.47
22.38
2004
49.37
45.62
24.75
47.19
47.31
26.58
47.10
46.01
22.94
2005
67.25
70.71
36.42
62.10
68.66
38.38
62.58
70.91
34.59
2006
77.61
76.01
45.56
73.13
82.09
46.37
72.90
80.06
43.36
2007
86.42
84.45
53.08
82.87
88.55
55.49
92.03
88.62
51.30
2008
104.92
118.24
72.21
102.56
122.06
74.85
108.27
125.08
69.37
2009
69.98
68.00
55.90
69.92
70.59
57.16
70.45
70.43
54.22
2010
89.54
89.55
70.45
90.05
90.35
72.28
92.35
90.80
70.55
2011
117.70
122.83
108.01
122.04
126.29
99.87
120.35
126.47
97.02
2012
121.73
126.02
99.36
126.41
128.15
103.17
127.29
129.18
100.10
2013
116.55
121.75
93.05
121.51
123.38
95.67
122.57
123.87
93.89
Notes: Prices in case of US Gulf and Singapore apply to cargo lots and in case of Rotterdam to barges. Gasoline specification in
Singapore is 97 research octane number with 0.15 gram lead per litre. Fuel oil viscosity is 380 centistokes with 3.5% sulphur. Gasoline
specification for Rotterdam is 97–98 RON with 0.15 gram per litre lead.
1. From 2005, gasoil with 0.05% sulphur. From 2008, gasoil with 10ppm sulphur.
Graph 5.7: Spot prices Petroleum Products
Graph 5.7: Spot petroleum product prices — US Gulf ($/b)
US Gulf
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
1980
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
00
Gasoil 0.2% sulphur
Gasoline regular unleaded 87
02
04
06
08
10
2013
08
10
2013
Fuel oil 3.0% sulphur
Graph 5.8: Spot prices Petroleum Products
Graph 5.8: Spot petroleum product prices — Singapore ($/b)
Singapore
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
1980
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
00
Gasoil1 0.5% sulphur
Gasoline premium 15g/l
02
04
06
Fuel oil 380 CST
Graph 5.9: Spot prices Petroleum Products
Graph 5.9: Spot petroleum product prices — Rotterdam ($/b)
Rotterdam
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
1980
Gasoline regular
unleaded 87
Gasoil 0.2%
sulphur
Fuel oil 3.0%
sulphur
82
84
86
88
Gasoline premium 15g/l
2
88
90
92
94
96
98
00
Gasoil 0.2% sulphur
1
02
04
06
08
10
2013
Fuel oil 3.5% sulphur
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Table 5.5
Prices
Retail prices of petroleum products in OPEC Members (units of national currency/b)
Algeria
Gasoline
Diesel oil
Kerosene
Fuel oil
Angola
Gasoline
Diesel oil
Kerosene
Fuel oil
Ecuador
Gasoline
Diesel oil
Kerosene
Fuel oil
IR Iran
Gasoline
Diesel oil
Kerosene
Fuel oil
Iraq
Gasoline
Diesel oil
Kerosene
Fuel oil
Kuwait
Gasoline
Diesel oil
Kerosene
Fuel oil
Libya
Gasoline
Diesel oil
Kerosene
Fuel oil
Nigeria
Gasoline
Diesel oil
Kerosene
Fuel oil
Qatar
Gasoline
Diesel oil
Kerosene
Fuel oil
Saudi Arabia
Gasoline
Diesel oil
Kerosene
Fuel oil
United Arab Emirates
Gasoline
Diesel oil
Kerosene
Fuel oil
Venezuela
Gasoline
Diesel oil
Kerosene
Fuel oil
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2,226.7
1,370.0
nap
nap
2,226.7
1,370.0
nap
nap
2,226.7
1,370.0
nap
nap
2,226.7
1,370.0
nap
nap
2,227.0
1,370.0
nap
nap
8,713.2
6,360.0
3,339.0
50.8
8,713.2
6,360.0
3,339.0
50.8
9,540.0
6,360.0
3,339.0
49.0
9,540.0
6,360.0
3,339.0
49.0
9,540.0
6,360.0
3,339.0
49.0
238.1
143.4
143.4
89.5
238.1
143.4
143.4
89.5
238.1
143.4
143.4
89.5
238.1
143.4
143.4
89.5
240.1
149.7
149.7
75.7
198,750.0
26,235.0
26,235.0
10,104.5
198,750.0
26,235.0
26,235.0
20,208.9
755,250.0
238,500.0
238,500.0
318,000.0
1,192,500.0
159,000.0
159,000.0
318,000.0
1,192,500.0
159,000.0
159,000.0
318,000.0
71,550.0
63,600.0
23,850.0
15,900.0
71,550.0
63,600.0
23,850.0
15,900.0
71,550.0
63,600.0
23,850.0
15,900.0
71,550.0
63,600.0
23,850.0
15,900.0
71,550.0
63,600.0
23,850.0
15,900.0
11.4
8.7
8.7
nap
11.4
8.7
8.7
nap
11.4
8.7
8.7
nap
11.4
8.7
8.7
nap
11.4
8.7
8.7
nap
31.8
30.2
12.7
3.5
31.8
27.0
12.7
3.5
23.9
27.0
12.7
3.5
23.9
27.0
12.7
3.5
23.9
27.0
12.7
3.5
14,531.0
14,922.2
15,357.8
11,452.8
10,335.0
16,641.7
18,614.1
12,772.6
10,335.0
24,686.3
26,988.7
9,978.8
15,423.0
25,110.9
7,950.0
18,585.5
15,423.0
24,853.3
7,950.0
18,394.9
119.3
143.1
nap
nap
119.3
143.1
nap
nap
143.1
111.3
nap
nap
143.1
111.3
nap
nap
147.1
159.0
nap
nap
83.5
39.8
69.2
nap
83.5
39.8
68.4
nap
83.5
39.8
69.2
nap
83.5
39.8
69.2
nap
83.5
39.8
69.2
nap
218.6
300.7
nap
nap
218.6
300.7
nap
nap
218.6
300.7
nap
nap
218.6
300.7
nap
nap
262.5
361.3
nap
nap
13.3
7.6
369.2
9.6
13.3
7.6
369.2
9.6
13.3
7.6
422.2
9.6
13.3
7.6
468.9
9.6
13.3
7.6
671.3
9.6
Notes: Prices partly estimated and preliminary. Quotations converted from various volumetric units to barrel.
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90
46.7
31.0
22.2
34.7
41.5
23.8
27.9
59.0
13.1
25.3
60.5
14.2
24.7
57.9
17.4
26.0
64.9
9.1
31.5
52.3
16.2
100.3
58.8
20.4
21.2
129.0
60.3
40.0
28.6
176.6
61.3
73.3
42.0
221.0
61.6
130.4
29.0
241.7
61.2
146.2
34.3
246.0
60.7
142.4
42.9
239.6
62.4
155.5
21.7
193.5
60.9
101.2
31.4
–22.1
–38.0
–8.1
–21.5
–23.1
–37.2
–12.9
–35.2
–21.2
–37.2
–9.7
–25.8
–18.8
–36.7
–8.6
–16.3
–23.5
–36.9
–10.9
–35.7
–17.6
–39.3
16.3
–16.4
–24.5
–40.5
–10.3
15.4
–29.8
–38.1
0.1
–23.2
58.6
20.3
21.1
$/b
218.0
79.0
105.1
34.0
278.3
80.6
172.2
25.6
263.3
79.3
140.6
43.4
258.2
78.5
144.2
35.5
240.9
79.8
129.7
31.4
209.5
79.4
80.2
49.8
156.6
79.1
48.3
29.2
119.2
76.0
20.4
22.8
$/b
36.2
48.2
15.6
29.0
61.9
9.2
30.1
53.4
16.5
30.4
55.9
13.7
33.1
53.8
13.1
37.9
38.3
23.8
50.5
30.8
18.6
63.8
17.1
19.1
12.7
29.7
3.9
8.2
16.2
29.2
10.7
17.9
7.1
30.6
–1.3
1.3
6.8
28.3
–1.4
3.4
9.0
29.4
–0.5
8.5
18.6
29.6
9.4
18.6
21.4
31.3
20.7
1.8
18.8
29.2
0.2
7.7
% change
% share
y–o–y
2010
Notes: Prices partly estimated and preliminary. Quotations converted from various volumetric units to barrels.
United States
Composite barrel
Crude cif price
Tax
Industry margin
Canada
Composite barrel
Crude cif price
Tax
Industry margin
Japan
Composite barrel
Crude cif price
Tax
Industry margin
France
Composite barrel
Crude cif price
Tax
Industry margin
Germany
Composite barrel
Crude cif price
Tax
Industry margin
Italy
Composite barrel
Crude cif price
Tax
Industry margin
United Kingdom
Composite barrel
Crude cif price
Tax
Industry margin
G7
Composite barrel
Crude cif price
Tax
Industry margin
% change
% share
y–o–y
2009
Composite barrel and its components in major consuming countries ($/b)
267.0
109.8
117.9
39.2
334.3
113.5
193.2
27.7
323.7
110.2
163.6
49.9
310.4
110.6
158.2
41.7
293.9
111.8
144.3
37.8
255.4
109.3
87.2
58.9
198.6
110.8
58.6
29.2
152.4
102.4
20.6
29.4
$/b
41.1
44.2
14.7
33.9
57.8
8.3
34.1
50.5
15.4
35.6
50.9
13.4
38.0
49.1
12.9
42.8
34.1
23.1
55.8
29.5
14.7
67.2
13.5
19.3
22.5
39.1
12.2
15.5
20.1
40.8
12.2
8.2
22.9
39.0
16.4
14.8
20.2
40.9
9.7
17.5
22.0
40.1
11.3
20.4
21.9
37.6
8.8
18.2
26.8
40.0
21.3
–
27.8
34.7
0.8
29.0
% change
% share
y–o–y
2011
269.2
110.8
117.9
40.5
341.1
112.6
194.6
33.8
346.3
112.2
184.8
49.3
302.9
112.2
148.3
42.4
283.9
112.0
135.2
36.7
252.5
114.8
83.0
54.7
200.6
110.6
58.7
31.2
157.0
101.2
20.7
35.2
$/b
41.2
43.8
15.0
33.0
57.1
9.9
32.4
53.4
14.2
37.0
49.0
14.0
39.5
47.6
12.9
45.4
32.9
21.7
55.2
29.3
15.6
64.4
13.2
22.4
0.8
0.9
–
3.2
2.0
–0.8
0.8
22.2
7.0
1.8
13.0
–1.0
–2.4
1.4
–6.2
1.8
–3.4
0.2
–6.3
–3.0
–1.1
5.0
–4.8
–7.1
1.0
–0.2
0.3
6.9
3.0
–1.2
0.5
19.8
% change
% share
y–o–y
2012
263.6
108.0
119.0
36.6
334.0
110.3
193.0
30.8
350.4
110.0
194.5
45.8
301.6
109.6
152.5
39.5
285.4
109.6
140.8
35.0
223.6
110.6
72.1
40.9
196.6
108.6
58.2
29.8
153.3
97.3
21.8
34.3
$/b
41.0
45.1
13.9
33.0
57.8
9.2
31.4
55.5
13.1
36.3
50.6
13.1
38.4
49.3
12.3
49.5
32.3
18.3
55.3
29.6
15.2
63.4
14.2
22.3
% share
2013
–2.1
–2.5
0.9
–9.7
–2.1
–2.1
–0.9
–9.0
1.2
–2.0
5.3
–7.1
–0.4
–2.3
2.9
–6.9
0.5
–2.2
4.1
–4.5
–11.5
–3.6
–13.1
–25.4
–2.0
–1.8
–1.0
–4.5
–2.4
–3.9
5.6
–2.8
% change
y–o–y
Table 5.6
Prices
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Prices
UK
Graph
Composite
barrel
and its
Graph
5.10:5.10:
Composite
barrel and its
components
($/b)components ($/b)
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2013
Italy
2012
2011
2010
2009
Germany
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
France
2013
2012
2011
2010
Japan
2009
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2013
Industry margin
Tax
Canada
Crude price
Industry margin
Tax
250
350 300
2012
Crude
price
2011
USA
Crude price
2012
2011
Crude price
2010
Industry margin
2009
Tax
2013
2010
Industry margin
2009
Tax
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
350
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Prices
UK
Graph 5.11: Composite
barrel Composite
and its components
(%) and
Graph 5.11:
barrel
its components (%)
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2013
Italy
2012
2011
2010
2009
Germany
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2011
2010
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
Italy
Japan
2009
Germany
2012
2011
2010
2009
France
Canada
2013
USA
2013
2012
2011
Japan
2010
2009
USA
Canada
0
Ind
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2013
2012
2011
2010
10
2009
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
Tax
Crud
Industry
Crude price
Industry margin
Tax
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Crude price
Industry margin
Tax
0
92
Cru
Graph 5.10: Composite barrel and its components ($/b)
2012
UK
France
2013
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
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SECTION
Major oil companies
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Table 6.1
Major oil companies
Principal operations of the major oil companies (1,000 b/d)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
5,658
5,559
5,153
4,477
4,161
BP
Crude oil & NGL reserves1
1,144
1,071
1,030
942
968
Crude oil produced
2,535
2,374
2,157
2,056
2,013
Crude oil processed
2,287
2,426
2,352
2,354
1,791
Refined products sold
5,887
5,927
5,776
5,657
5,569
240
238
213
209
200
11,651
11,673
12,228
12,816
13,239
Natural gas reserves2
1,926
2,232
2,158
2,098
2,035
Crude oil produced
2,387
2,422
2,312
2,185
2,202
Crude oil processed
5,350
5,253
5,214
5,014
4,585
Refined products sold
6,428
6,414
6,413
6,174
5,887
263
344
373
349
335
5,689
5,987
5,784
5,686
5,413
745
730
870
874
935
reserves2
Natural gas
Natural gas
sold3
ExxonMobil
Crude oil & NGL reserves1
Natural gas sold3
Total
Crude oil & NGL reserves1
Natural gas
reserves2
Crude oil produced
1,381
1,340
1,226
1,220
1,167
Crude oil processed
2,151
2,009
1,863
1,786
1,719
Refined products sold
3,616
3,776
3,639
3,403
3,418
139
160
173
167
175
4,693
5,179
5,098
5,317
6,170
848
821
858
748
766
Crude oil produced
1,581
1,619
1,536
1,488
1,396
Crude oil processed
3,067
3,197
2,845
2,819
2,915
Refined products sold
6,156
6,460
6,196
6,235
6,164
240
263
254
268
272
4,610
4,270
4,295
4,353
4,303
627
588
714
726
727
Natural gas
sold3
Royal Dutch/Shell
Crude oil & NGL reserves1
Natural gas reserves2
Natural gas sold3
Chevron
Crude oil & NGL reserves1
Natural gas
reserves2
Crude oil produced
1,846
1,923
1,849
1,764
1,731
Crude oil processed
1,878
1,894
1,787
1,702
1,638
Refined products sold
3,254
3,113
2,949
2,765
2,711
282
295
289
277
276
Natural gas
sold3
Total majors
32,301
32,668
32,558
32,649
33,286
Natural gas reserves2
5,290
5,441
5,630
5,389
5,431
Crude oil produced
9,730
9,678
9,080
8,713
8,509
Crude oil processed
14,733
14,779
14,061
13,675
12,648
Refined products sold
25,341
25,690
24,973
24,234
23,749
1,165
1,301
1,301
1,269
1,258
Crude oil & NGL reserves1
Natural gas
sold3
Notes: Data include companies’s shares in all operations in which they have an interest. Reserves data apply to
proved developed oil and gas reserves except ExxonMobil which also includes undeveloped reserves.
1. Million barrels, as at year-end. 2. Billion cubic metres, as at year-end.
3. Million cubic metres/day.
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Table 6.2
Major oil companies
Revenues, operating costs, deductions, taxation and net income of the major oil companies (m $)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
246,138
308,928
386,216
388,074
396,217
224,033
315,688
350,185
369,766
366,073
8,365
–1,501
12,619
6,880
6,463
na
na
na
na
na
13,740
–5,259
23,412
11,428
23,681
Revenues3
310,586
383,221
486,429
480,681
438,255
Cost of sales4
276,187
331,200
414,318
404,756
381,412
15,119
21,561
31,051
31,045
24,263
na
na
na
na
na
19,280
30,460
41,060
44,880
32,580
183,175
211,143
257,093
257,038
251,731
160,582
183,570
220,344
226,471
225,473
10,811
13,559
19,615
16,747
14,755
na
na
na
na
na
11,782
14,014
17,134
13,819
11,503
Revenues3
278,188
368,056
470,171
467,153
451,235
Cost of sales4
257,368
333,059
414,895
416,889
417,798
8,302
14,870
24,450
23,552
17,066
na
na
na
na
na
12,518
20,127
30,826
26,712
16,371
171,636
204,928
253,706
241,909
228,848
153,108
172,873
206,072
195,577
192,943
7,965
12,919
20,626
19,996
14,308
80
112
113
157
174
10,483
19,024
26,895
26,179
21,423
BP
Revenues1
Cost of sales
2
Income tax (benefit)
Special deductions
Net income (loss)
ExxonMobil
Income tax (benefit)
Special deductions
Net income (loss)
Total
Revenues3
Cost of sales
4
Income tax (benefit)
Special deductions
Net income (loss)
Royal Dutch/Shell
Income tax (benefit)
Special deductions
Net income (loss)
Chevron
Revenues3
Cost of sales
4
Income tax (benefit)
Special deductions
Net income (loss)
Total majors
Revenues3
1,189,723 1,476,276 1,853,615 1,834,855 1,766,286
Cost of sales4
1,071,278 1,336,390 1,605,814 1,613,459 1,583,699
Income tax (benefit)
Special deductions
Net income (loss)
50,562
61,408
108,361
98,220
76,855
80
112
113
157
174
67,803
78,366
139,327
123,018
105,558
Notes: Data includes companies shares in all operations in which they have an interest.
1. Includes earnings from equity interest and stockholding gain or loss.
2. Includes sales and excise taxes and interest expenses.
3. Includes dividend from related and non-consolidated companies.
4. Includes sales and excise taxes.
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Table 6.3
Major oil companies
Costs, deductions, taxation and net income as percentage of revenues of the major oil companies
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Revenues
100
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
Cost of sales
91.0
102.2
90.7
95.3
92.4
Income tax (benefit)
3.4
–0.5
3.3
1.8
1.6
Special deductions
na
na
na
na
na
5.6
–1.7
6.1
2.9
6.0
Revenues
100
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
Cost of sales
88.9
86.4
85.2
84.2
87.0
Income tax (benefit)
4.9
5.6
6.4
6.5
5.5
Special deductions
na
na
na
na
na
6.2
7.9
8.4
9.3
7.4
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
87.7
86.9
85.7
88.1
89.6
Income tax (benefit)
5.9
6.4
7.6
6.5
5.9
Special deductions
na
na
na
na
na
6.4
6.6
6.7
5.4
4.6
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
92.5
90.5
88.2
89.2
92.6
Income tax (benefit)
3.0
4.0
5.2
5.0
3.8
Special deductions
na
na
na
na
na
4.5
5.5
6.6
5.7
3.6
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
89.2
84.4
81.2
80.8
84.3
Income tax (benefit)
4.6
6.3
8.1
8.3
6.3
Special deductions
na
na
na
na
na
6.1
9.3
10.6
10.8
9.4
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
90.0
90.5
86.6
87.9
89.7
Income tax (benefit)
4.2
4.2
5.8
5.4
4.4
Special deductions
na
na
na
na
na
5.7
5.3
7.5
6.7
6.0
BP
Net income (loss)
ExxonMobil
Net income (loss)
Total
Revenues
Cost of sales
Net income (loss)
Royal Dutch/Shell
Revenues
Cost of sales
Net income (loss)
Chevron
Revenues
Cost of sales
Net income (loss)
Total majors
Revenues
Cost of sales
Net income (loss)
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Table 6.4
Major oil companies
Capital and exploratory expenditure of the major oil companies (m $)
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
BP
20,309
23,016
31,959
25,204
36,612
Upstream
14,896
17,753
25,821
18,520
19,115
Downstream
4,114
4,029
4,285
5,249
4,506
Other business and corporate
1,299
1,234
1,853
1,435
1,050
ExxonMobil
27,092
32,226
36,766
39,799
42,489
Upstream
20,704
27,319
33,091
36,084
38,231
6,344
4,720
3,570
3,680
4,245
44
187
105
35
13
Total
18,619
21,573
34,161
29,477
34,427
Upstream
13,746
17,510
28,762
25,205
29,744
4,745
3,956
5,212
4,169
4,521
128
107
188
103
162
Royal Dutch/Shell
26,516
26,940
26,301
32,576
40,145
Upstream
20,264
22,323
20,681
27,930
34,633
5,979
4,523
5,479
4,433
5,302
273
94
141
213
210
Chevron
22,237
21,755
29,066
34,229
41,877
Upstream
18,296
18,904
25,872
30,444
37,858
3,536
2,552
2,611
3,172
3,175
405
299
583
613
844
114,773
125,510
158,253
161,285
195,550
Upstream
87,906
103,809
134,227
138,183
159,581
Downstream
24,718
19,780
21,157
20,703
21,749
2,149
1,921
2,870
2,399
2,279
Downstream
Other business and corporate
Downstream
Other business and corporate
Downstream
Other business and corporate
Downstream
Other business and corporate
Total majors
Other business and corporate
Notes:
Upstream: Exploration and production.
Downstream: Refining, marketing, transportation, chemicals and other.
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40
30
30
20
20
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Chevron
Royal
RoyalDutch/Shell
Dutch/Shell
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Total
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ExxonMobil
BP
BP
10
10
00
1980
1980 82
82
14
50
84
84
86
86 88
88
90
90
92
92
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Graph
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b) 6.2: Major oil companies’ crude oil and NGL production (m b/d)
12
40
10
30
8
6
20
Chevron
Chevron
RoyalDutch/Shell
Dutch/Shell
Royal
Total
Total
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ExxonMobil
BP
BP
4
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00
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1980 82
82
98
84
84
86
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88
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General notes
General Notes
Definitions
Proven crude oil reserves: the estimated quantities of all liquids statistically defined as crude oil. They consist of those quantities of crude oil
which by analysis of geoscience and engineering data can be estimated with reasonable certainty to be commercially recoverable, from
a given date forward, from known reservoirs and under defined economic conditions, operating methods and government regulations
(source: SPE — Petroleum Resources Management System).
Proven natural gas reserves: are the estimated quantities of all hydrocarbons statistically defined as natural gas. They consist of those
quantities of natural gas (associated and non-associated) which by analysis of geoscience and engineering data can be estimated with
reasonable certainty to be commercially recoverable, from a given date forward, from known reservoirs and under defined economic
conditions, operation methods and government regulations (source: SPE — Petroleum Resources Management System).
Rig: a derrick complete with engine-house and other equipment necessary for drilling oil and gas wells.
Well (exploratory and development): a hole drilled for the purpose of finding or producing crude oil or natural gas, or providing services
related to the production of crude oil and natural gas.
Oil or gas well: a well completed for the production of oil or gas from one or more zones or reservoirs.
Completion: the installation of permanent equipment for the production of oil or gas.
Dry hole: a well found to be incapable of producing either oil or gas in sufficient quantities to justify completion as an oil or gas well.
Crude oil: a mixture of hydrocarbons that exist in a liquid phase in natural underground reservoirs and remains liquid at atmospheric
pressure after passing through surface separating facilities. For statistical purposes, volumes reported as crude oil include:
– liquids technically defined as crude oil;
– small amounts of hydrocarbons that exist in the gaseous phase in natural underground reservoirs, but which are liquid at atmospheric
pressure after being recovered from oil well (casing head) gas in lease separators;
– small amounts of non-hydrocarbons produced with the oil;
– very heavy and extra-heavy crude oils with viscosity less than 10,000 mPa.s (centipoises) at original reservoir conditions.
Natural gas liquids (NGLs): those reservoir gases liquefied at the surface in lease separators, field facilities or gas processing plants. NGLs
consist of field condensates and natural gas plant products such as ethane, pentane, propane, butane and natural gasoline.
Natural gas: a mixture of hydrocarbon compounds and small quantities of various non-hydrocarbons existing in the gaseous phase or in
solution with oil in natural underground reservoirs at reservoir conditions. The natural gas volumes refer to Standard Conditions of 60° F,
14.73 psia (15.6° C, 760 mm/Hg).
Gross production: the total flow of natural gas from oil and gas reservoirs of associated-dissolved and non-associated gas.
Marketed production: corresponds to gross production, minus the volumes of gas flared or re-injected into fields, minus the shrinkage.
Re-injection: the total volume of natural gas produced from oil and gas completions, processed through gas-processing plants and field
facilities, and used for gas lift, gas injection and cycling operations.
Shrinkage: volume shrinkage due to purification and/or extraction of natural gas liquids, gas used as input to GTL plants, lease
separators and plant own consumption and any other losses caused by spillage, evaporation, etc.
Refinery capacity (operable): the maximum amount of input to crude oil distillation units that can be processed in an average 24-hour period.
Barrels per calendar day (b/cd): the total number of barrels processed in a refinery within 24 hours, reflecting all operational limitations, eg
routine inspections, maintenance, repairs etc.
Barrels per stream day (b/sd): the number of barrels of input that a refining facility can process within 24 hours, operating at full capacity
under optimal crude and product slate conditions.
Petroleum products: products obtained from the processing of crude oil, unfinished oils, NGLs and other hydrocarbon compounds. These
include aviation gasoline, motor gasoline, naphtha, kerosene, jet fuel, distillate fuel oil, residual fuel oil, liquefied petroleum gas,
lubricants, paraffin wax, petroleum coke, asphalt and other products.
Gasoline: a mixture of relatively volatile hydrocarbons, with or without small quantities of additives, that have been blended to form a fuel
suitable for use in internal combustion engines; includes gasoline used in aviation.
Kerosene: medium hydrocarbon distillates in the 150° to 280° C distillation range and used as a heating fuel as well as for certain types
of internal combustion engines; includes jet fuel, which is a fuel of naphtha or of kerosene type, suitable for commercial or military
purposes in aircraft turbine engines.
Distillates: middle distillate type of hydrocarbons; includes products similar to number one and number two heating oils and diesel fuels.
These products are used for space heating, diesel engine fuel and electrical power generation.
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Residual fuel oil: fuels obtained as liquid still bottoms from the distillation of crude used alone or in blends with heavy liquids from other
refinery process operations. These are used for the generation of electric power, space heating, vessel bunkering and various industrial
purposes.
Output of petroleum products: the total amount of petroleum products produced from refinery input in a given period, excluding refinery
fuels.
Oil demand: inland delivery, including refinery fuels and losses, as well as products from gas plants; including international air and marine
bunkers as well as direct crude burning.
Exports of Petroleum products: includes products from gas plants and excludes bunkers.
OPEC Basket: the OPEC Reference Basket (ORB) price was introduced on January 1, 1987. Up to June 15, 2005, it was the arithmetic average
of seven selected crudes. These were: Saharan Blend (Algeria); Minas (Indonesia); Bonny Light (Nigeria); Arab Light (Saudi Arabia);
Dubai (United Arab Emirates); Tia Juana Light (Venezuela); and Isthmus (Mexico). Mexico is not a Member of OPEC. As of June 16, 2005,
the ORB is calculated as a production-weighted average of the OPEC Basket of crudes. These are: Saharan Blend (Algeria); Girassol
(Angola — as of January 2007); Oriente (Ecuador — as of October 19, 2007); Iran Heavy (IR Iran); Basrah Light (Iraq); Kuwait Export
(Kuwait); Es Sider (Libya); Bonny Light (Nigeria); Qatar Marine (Qatar); Arab Light (Saudi Arabia); Murban (United Arab Emirates); and
Merey (Venezuela).
Posted price: announced price reflecting the market development of crude oil and products.
Composite barrel: a consumption weighted average of retail prices (including taxes) of the main groups of refined petroleum products.
Geneva I agreement: agreement of January 1972 between some OPEC Member Countries and the major international oil companies, which
had the effect of establishing an index for quarterly adjustments of posted crude oil prices on the basis of the arithmetic average of the
deviations of the exchange rates of nine major currencies against the US dollar. This was modified to an import-weighted index in 1978,
accounting for exchange rates and inflation rate. The present ‘modified Geneva I + US dollar’ currency basket includes the US dollar, the
Euro, the Japanese yen, the UK pound and the Swiss franc.
Country groupings
(OPEC Member Countries are shown in bold)
North America: Canada, Greenland, St Pierre and Miquelon, United States.
Latin America: Antigua, Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Chile,
Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Falkland Islands (Malvinas), French Guiana, Grenada,
Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Mexico, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, Nicaragua, Panama
(including Panama Canal Zone), Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, St Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla, St Lucia, St Vincent, Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago,
Turks and Caicos Islands, United States Virgin Islands, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Eastern Europe and Eurasia: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan,
Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
Western Europe: Austria, Belgium (including Luxembourg), Cyprus, Denmark (including Faroe Islands), Finland, France (including Andorra
and Monaco), Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy (including San Marino and the Holy See), Malta, Netherlands, Norway
(including Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands), Portugal, Spain (including Canary Islands), Sweden, Switzerland (including Liechtenstein),
Turkey, United Kingdom, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro and Slovenia.
Middle East: Bahrain, Islamic Republic of Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syrian Arab Republic, United Arab
Emirates (UAE) (Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah, Umm al-Qaiwain), Yemen and other Middle East.
Africa: Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, British Indian Ocean Territory, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon (United Republic of), Cape Verde,
Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo (Republic of the), Congo (Democratic Republic of the), Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea,
Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia (The), Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Côte d’Ivoire, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar,
Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Reunion, Rwanda, St Helena, São Tomé and
Príncipe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sudans (including South Sudan and Sudan), Swaziland, Tanzania,
Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Western Sahara, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Asia and Pacific: Afghanistan, American Samoa, Antarctica, Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, Canton and Enderbury
Islands, China, China Hong Kong Special Aministrative Region (SAR), China Macau SAR, Chinese Taipei, Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling)
Islands, Cook Islands, Fiji, French Polynesia, Guam, India, Indonesia, Japan, Johnston Island, Kiribati, Korea (Democratic People’s
Republic of), Korea (Republic of), Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Maldives, Midway Islands, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nauru,
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Nepal, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niue, Norfolk Island, Pacific Islands (Trust Territory), Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines,
Pitcairn Island, Samoa, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Vietnam, Wake Island, Wallis
and Futuna Islands.
Economic organizations
Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) — Members: Algeria (1969), Angola (2007), Ecuador (rejoined 2007), the Islamic
Republic of Iran (1960), Iraq (1960), Kuwait (1960), Libya (1962), Nigeria (1971), Qatar (1961), Saudi Arabia (1960), United Arab
Emirates (1967) and Venezuela (1960).
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) — Members: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic,
Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxemburg, Mexico, Netherlands,
New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, USA and other OECD.
Former Soviet Union (FSU): Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan,
Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
Abbreviations
Symbols:
na Not available
napNot applicable
– Nil or negligible
* Provisional or estimated figures by mid-June 2014.
Currencies:
$
US dollar
¤
Euro
AD Algerian dinar
AON Angolan New Kwanza
US$ Ecuador
IR
ID
KD
LD
N
Iranian rial
Iraqi dinar
Kuwaiti dinar
Libyan dinar
Nigerian naira
QRL
SRL
AED
B
Qatari riyal
Saudi Arabian riyal
UAE dirham
Venezuelan bolivar fuerte
Miscellaneous:
b
barrel(s)
b/d barrels per day
b/cd barrels per calendar day
b/sd barrels per stream day
bn b billion barrels
cif
cost, insurance and freight
cu m
dwt
fob
ft
GDP
LNG
cubic metres
deadweight tonnage
free on board
feet
gross domestic product
liquefied natural gas
LPG
m b
NOC
ORB
t
liquefied petroleum gas
million barrels
national oil company
OPEC Reference Basket
tonne
Rounding: In all tables totals may not add up due to independent rounding.
Oil companies
ADCO
ADMA
ADMA-OPCO
ADNOC
ADOC
Agip
Agoco
Amerada Hess
AOC
Aquitaine
Aramco
Arco
Asamera
Ashland
BP
Braspetro
Brega Marketing
Buttes
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Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations
Abu Dhabi Marine Areas
Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company
Abu Dhabi Oil Company
Agip SpA
Arabian Gulf Oil Company (Libya)
Amerada Hess Corporation
Arabian Oil Company
Societe Nationale des Petroles d’Aquitaine
Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco)
Atlantic Richfield Company
Asamera Oil
Ashland Oil
BP plc
Petrobras Internacional SA
Brega Petroleum Marketing Company
Buttes Gas & Oil Company
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Calasiatic
Calasiatic Petroleum Company
PT Caltex
PT Caltex Pacific Indonesia
ChevronTexaco
ChevronTexaco Corporation
Conoco
Continental Oil Company
Corpoven
Corpoven SA
DPC
Dubai Petroleum Company
EGPC
Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation
ExxonMobil
ExxonMobil Corporation
GASCO
Abu Dhabi Onshore Gas Company
Getty
Getty Oil Corporation
Gulf
Gulf Oil Corporation
Hispanoil
Hispanica de Petroleos SA
INOC
Iraq National Oil Company
Inpex
Indonesia Petroleum Ltd
JORC
Jeddah Oil Refinery Company
KRPC
Kaduna Refinery & Petrochemical Company
KNPC
Kuwait National Petroleum Company KSC
KOC
Kuwait Oil Company KSC
Lagoven
Lagoven SA
Maraven
Maraven SA
Maxus
Maxus Energy Corporation
Mobil
Mobil Oil Corporation
NIGC
National Iranian Gas Company
NIOC
National Iranian Oil Company
NNPC
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
NOC
National Oil Corporation (Libya)
NODCO
National Oil Distribution Company (Qatar)
NPHR
New Port Harcourt Refinery
Oasis
Oasis Oil Company of the Libya, Inc
Occidental
Occidental Petroleum Corporation
OMV
OMV Aktiengesellschaft
PDVSA
Petroleos de Venezuela SA
Pertamina
Perusahaan Pertambangan Minyak Dan Gas Bumi Negara
Petroecuador
National oil company of Ecuador
Petroindustrial
Refinery operations company of Ecuador
Petromer Trend
Petromer Trend Corporation
Petromin
General Petroleum and Mineral Organization of Saudi Arabia
Petroproduccion
Exploration and production oil company of Ecuador
Phillips
Phillips Petroleum Company
PPMC
Pipeline and Products Marketing Company (Nigeria)
QGPC
Qatar General Petroleum Corporation (now Qatar Petroleum)
Royal Dutch/Shell
Royal Dutch Petroleum Company, The Netherlands, and Shell Transport and Trading Co, UK
Sonangol
Sociedade Nacional de Combustíveis de Angola
Sonatrach
Société Nationale de Transport et de Commercialisation des Hydrocarbures
Stancal
Standard Oil Company of California
PT Stanvac
PT Stanvac Indonesia
Tenneco
Tenneco Incorporated
Tesoro
Tesoro Indonesia Petroleum Corporation
Topco
Texas Overseas Petroleum Company
TotalTotal
Union Oil
Union Oil Company of California
VOO
Veba Oil Operations (Libya)
Waha Oil
Waha Oil Company (Libya)
Wintershall
Wintershall AG
WRPC
Warri Refinery & Petrochemical Company
Zadco
Zakum Development Company
ZOC
Zueitina Oil Company (Libya)
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Direct communications to the Secretariat
Arab Oil & Gas
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Business Monitor Intelligence
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General Notes
Cambridge Energy Research Associates
Cedigaz, Natural Gas in the World
Centre for Global Energy Studies
Central Bank reports
Clarkson Research Studies: The Liquid Gas Carrier Register
De Golyer & MacNaughton: Twentieth Century Petroleum Statistics
Eastern Bloc Research, CIS and East European Energy Databook
Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU): country reports, world outlook and database
Energy Detente
Energy Information Administration, US Department of Energy
Fearnleys, Annual Review
Financial Times: Oil and Gas International Yearbook
Galbraith’s Weekly Tanker Fixtures Report
Global Insight
Institute Français du Petrole (IFP): The World Gas Industry
International Energy Agency (IEA): Energy Prices and Taxes; Energy Statistics and Balances; Monthly Oil/Gas Data Services
International Monetary Fund (IMF): Direction of Trade Statistics; International Financial Statistics; World Economic Outlook, database
Middle East Economic Survey
National and international oil companies’ reports
National statistical publications
National Westminster Bank
Oil & Gas Journal
Oil and Energy Trends: Annual Statistical Review
Oil Bulletin Petrolier
Organización Latinoamericana de Energia (OLADE)
Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC)
Petroleum Argus
Petroleum Economist
Petroleum Intelligence Weeky (PIW)
Petrostrategies
Platt’s Oilgram
Reuters
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Conversion factors
Crude oil
Standard factors
Metric tonne
Long ton
Barrels
Cubic metres (kilolitres)
By country (b/tonne)
Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
IR Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
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Metric tonne
Long ton
Barrels
Cubic metres (kilolitres)
1
1.016
0.136
0.858
0.984
1
0.134
0.887
7.33
7.45
1
6.289
1.165
1.128
0.159
1
8.06677
7.31017
7.02728
7.40156
7.39482
7.21000
7.67078
7.42038
7.15292
7.34446
7.58250
6.79135
7.34591
Petroleum products (b/tonne)
Gasoline
Kerosene
Distillates
Residuals
8.4998
7.7652
7.2296
6.6208
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Major OPEC flows of crude and refined oil
(1,000 b/d)
Ecuador
Venezuela
1,30
5
1,29
1
42
2,2
57
10
1
1,
9
20
9
112
66
10
70
557
317
128
Notes: Totals may not add up due to independent rounding.
2013
Algeria
Iraq
Nigeria
Saudi Arabia
Libya
Kuwait
Angola
Qatar
IR Iran
UAE
04
2,
2
42
6
206
1,490
6
14,590
1,033
13
468
242
OPEC Latin America
O
OPEC Africa
O
OPEC Middle East
OPEC
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