Supply and disposition of refined petroleum products, January 2015
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Receipts and imports rise
Canadian refineries received 8.8 million cubic metres of crude oil in January, up 7.2% compared with the same month in 2014.
Refinery receipts of domestic crude oil totalled 5.9 million cubic metres, an increase of 8.4% from the same month a year earlier.
Crude oil imports were 2.8 million cubic metres in January, up 4.8% from January 2014. Imports represented 32.4% of total crude oil received at refineries in Canada.
Domestic sales of refined petroleum products totalled 8.7 million cubic metres in January, down 1.4% from January 2014.
Refinery production totalled 9.8 million cubic metres, up 4.3% from January 2014.
Note to readers
The Monthly Refined Petroleum Products survey collects data on the activities of all Canadian refineries involved in the production of refined petroleum products (North American Industry Classification System [NAICS] 324000) and of selected major distributors of these products (NAICS 412000).
Domestic sales include all sales by reporting companies, excluding exports and sales to other reporting companies. Refinery production is measured at a net-yield level, for example, after exchanges between refinery processes.
Refinery receipts of crude oil and equivalent hydrocarbons (condensates and pentanes plus) are for refinery consumption or storage from domestic and foreign sources.
Data from January 2013 to December 2014 have been revised.
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