IEA releases latest monthly oil and gas statistics

Source: press release, 13 April 2022

Growth rate per flow and OECD region in January 2022 (y-o-y) (source: IEA)
Growth rate per flow and OECD region in January 2022 (y-o-y) (source: IEA)

The latest IEA’s Monthly Oil Statistics report including January 2022 data shows that for Total OECD:

  • Total OECD production of crude oil, NGL and refinery feedstocks increased by 1.4% in January 2022 compared to January 2021.
  • Refinery gross output of total products grew by 7.7% on a year-on-year basis.
  • Net deliveries of total products grew in January 2022 compared to January 2021 (+7.4% y-o-y)
  • Oil stock levels on national territory increased by 865 kt in January 2022 compared to the closing stock levels in December 2021 and closed at 493.6 million metric tons.

The IEA’s Monthly Oil Statistics features oil production for all OECD member countries, imports, exports, refinery outputs, net deliveries for major product categories for all OECD regions. The publication also includes total oil stock levels and stock changes for major product categories for all OECD Member countries.

  • Production of natural gas increased by 2.9% compared to January 2021.
  • Imports (entries) of natural gas were 8.4% lower on a year-on-year basis, and total OECD exports (exits) decreased by 10.4% in the same period. (Transit volumes are included. Trade amounts include intra-regional trade.)
  • Gross consumption of natural gas increased by 0.5% in January 2022 on a year-on-year basis.

The IEA’s Monthly Natural Gas Statistics features natural gas production, consumption, total imports and total exports for all OECD Member countries, and natural gas pipeline and LNG trade by origin and destination for all OECD Regions.

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