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Oil Supply Sources To California Refineries

Oil Supply Sources
To California Refineries

(In Thousands of Barrels)

2012 Monthly Sources
2011 Monthly Sources
2010 Monthly Sources
2009 Monthly Sources
2008 Monthly Sources
2007 Monthly Sources
2006 Monthly Sources
2005 Monthly Sources
2004 Monthly Sources
2003 Monthly Sources
2002 Monthly Sources
2001 Monthly Sources
2000 Monthly Sources
1999 Monthly Sources
1998 Monthly Sources
1997 Monthly Sources
1996 Monthly Sources
2012 Sources of Foreign Crude Oil
2011 Sources of Foreign Crude Oil
2010 Sources of Foreign Crude Oil
2009 Sources of Foreign Crude Oil
2008 Sources of Foreign Crude Oil
2007 Sources of Foreign Crude Oil
2006 Sources of Foreign Crude Oil
2005 Sources of Foreign Crude Oil
2004 Sources of Foreign Crude Oil
2003 Sources of Foreign Crude Oil
2002 Sources of Foreign Crude Oil
2001 Sources of Foreign Crude Oil
2000 Sources of Foreign Crude Oil

Year California** % Alaska % Foreign % Total
2012
228,173
36.86%
77,150
12.46%
313,675
50.67%
618,999
2011
229,555
38.22%
71,138
11.84%
300,016
49.94%
600,709
2010
231,420
38.11%
86,382
14.23%
289,416
47.66%
607,218
2009
239,058
39.51%
91,147
15.06%
274,884
45.43%
605,095
2008
249,993
38.12%
87,966
13.41%
317,799
48.46%
655,758
2007
251,445
39.34%
100,900
15.79%
286,844
44.88%
639,189
2006
254,498
38.83%
105,684
16.12%
295,306
45.05%
655,488
2005
266,052
39.46%
135,906
20.16%
272,318
40.39%
674,276
2004
274,396
41.90%
141,967
21.68%
238,484
36.42%
654,847
2003
289,416
42.43%
160,164
23.48%
232,477
34.08%
682,057
2002
317,321
48.00%
143,685
21.70%
199,994
30.30%
661,000
2001
323,583
49.40%
139,829
21.30%
191,843
29.30%
655,255
2000
326,371
49.60%
163,233
24.80%
169,105
25.70%
658,709
1999
306,856
48.20%
188,743
29.70%
140,599
22.10%
636,198
1998
317,817
49%
221,983
35%
104,653
16%
644,453
1997
322,198
50%
244,444
38%
78,108
12%
644,750
1996
322,238
49%
267,492
41%
77,628
10%
644,488
1995
320,824
50%
264,520
41%
56,864
9%
642,218
1994
319,193
48%
297,017
45%
49,192
7%
665,402
1993
342,762
51%
285,565
43%
43,359
6%
671,686
1992
331,638
50%
299,652
45%
33,056
5%
664,346
1991
336,620
49%
316,115
46%
30,723
4%
683,458
1990
336,083
48%
320,873
46%
39,454
6%
696,410
1989
337,489
47%
328,407
46%
46,707
7%
712,603
1988
365,354
52%
306,247
43%
37,217
5%
708,818
1987
386,676
57%
260,843
38%
33,395
5%
680,914
1986
403,477
60%
237,508
35%
36,877
5%
677,862
1985
398,280
62%
210,647
33%
35,408
5%
644,335
1984
369,225
58%
210,450
33%
53,262
8%
632,937
1983
377,068
61%
189,538
31%
47,991
8%
614,597
1982
365,962
61%
196,462
33%
33,553
6%
595,977
** California totals may also include minor amounts from Gulf Coast States.
Source: California Energy Commission, aggregated from Petroleum Industry Information Reporting Act data. Please note that total of foreign oil receipts to refineries will not match that shown on other pages. The Petroleum Industry Information Reporting Act (PIIRA) data gives the breakdown by foreign, California and Alaska but not the foreign countries. The PIERS data gives us the foreign breakdown by country but no domestic receipts. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, U.S. Dept. of Energy, Army Corps of Engineers, and State Lands Commission all give different totals by different breakdowns.
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