Crude oil and natural gas: Supply and disposition (key indicators)
|December 2012||November 2013||December 2013p||November to December 2013||December 2012 to December 2013|
|thousands of cubic metres||thousands of cubic metres||thousands of cubic metres||% change||% change|
|Crude oil and equivalent hydrocarbons|
|Production||17 492.5||17 145.7||18 045.0||5.2||3.2|
|Imports2||3 408.9||2 800.4||3 146.8||12.4||-7.7|
|Refinery receipts3||8 894.1||7 743.7||8 240.8||6.4||-7.3|
|Exports4||12 710.4||12 797.3||13 802.4||7.9||8.6|
|millions of cubic metres||millions of cubic metres||millions of cubic metres||% change||% change|
|Marketable production6||12 923.9||12 378.0||14 463.0||16.8||11.9|
|Imports||3 087.2||1 785.8||2 143.9||20.1||-30.6|
|Domestic sales7||9 389.5||8 088.6||10 221.8||26.4||8.9|
|Exports||6 873.9||6 738.4||8 056.8||19.6||17.2|
Disposition may differ from supply because of inventory change, own consumption, losses and adjustments.
Data may differ from International Trade Division estimates because of timing and the inclusion of crude oil landed in Canada for future re-export.
Volumetric receipts at refineries of all domestic and imported crude oils for refinery processing or storage.
Exports may include some volumes that are not included in the supply, such as imports used for re-export and diluents that are blended in exports.
Disposition may differ from supply because of inventory change, usage as pipeline fuel, pipeline losses and line-pack fluctuations.
Receipts from fields after processing for the removal or partial removal of some constituents and impurities and that meet specifications for residential, commercial and industrial use; and including other adjustments.
Domestic sales include residential, commercial, industrial and direct sales (for example direct, non-utility, sales for consumption where the utility acts solely as transporter).
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