- Transportation Energy Forecast 2009 IEPR
(Pub # CEC-600-2010-002-SF, PDF file, 12 mb)
- Transportation Energy Forecast 2007 IEPR
(Pub # CEC-600-2007-009-SF, PDF file, 736 kb)
California Petroleum Statistics & Data
California is a net importer of oil. It produces only about 37.2 percent of the petroleum it uses. In 2007, the state spent nearly $50 billion for gasoline and $9.7 billion for diesel.
Petroleum-based fuels account for 96 percent of the state's transportation needs. The dependence on a single type of transportation makes Californians vulnerable to petroleum price spikes. Transportation is the largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
The state is now at work developing flexible strategies to reduce petroleum use. It is developing alternative transportation fuels to reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
Meantime, the demand for gasoline and diesel fuel will continue to rise because of population growth, the lack of mass transit, and the number of sports utility vehicles on California's roads.
Also, jobs and housing continue to become farther apart, increasing the miles traveled by the work force.
Facts & Stats
- From Well to Wheel – how oil is refined into finished products
- Monthly California Petroleum Watch (Analysis)
Reserves and Production
- California Crude Reserves (EIA)
- Map Showing California Proved Reserves
- Weekly California Oil Production (DOGGR)
- Per Capita Petroleum Use by State (EIA)
- EIA Oil Well Production by State
- California Crude Production Statistics (DOGGR)
- EIA "This Week in Petroleum" Report
- EIA Petroleum Page
- EIA National Petroleum Market Report (FTP to PDF files)
Refining & Processing
- Fuels Watch Report - Weekly Refinery Reports
- Crude Oil Imports by Railcar
- Oil Supply Sources to California
- Foreign Crude Oil Supply Sources to California Refineries
- Refineries in California
- California Number and Capacity of Petroleum Refineries (EIA)
- California Oil Refinery History
- Refinery Contacts
- Map of Refinery Locations