US oil: import, field production, refinery, and inventory, May 2018
Mbbl=one thousand barrels per week
This dashboard summerize the Oil activity in the US on May 2018. From the charts above, we can see that the import level down to 48.7k (Mbbl) on May 18, which is the last report, from 52.8k (Mbbl) on April 27. The average of imports + field production in May was 118.78k (Mbbl) vs. 119.68k (Mbbl) in April.
The refinery activity was down 2.5% from April and the utilization was down from 91% in May from 92% in Apr, the biggest down change was in West Coast (PADD 5).
The average inventory level in May up to 434k (Mbbl) vs. 430k (Mbbl) in Apr
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