Friday, August 21, 2015 – 01:30 p.m.
California gasoline stockpiles at in-state refineries are climbing.
After months of stories purporting to an impending shortage of gasoline, just the opposite has occurred.
Last week California refinery production jumped 9.2% from the prior week. Gasoline inventories climbed 3.4%.
Gasoline inventories are 1% higher than the same period last year.
California driver’s must have enjoyed the unjustified fleecing they were subjected to.
Here’s the latest report from the California Energy Commission:
California Energy Commission Weekly Fuels Watch Report
These numbers are based on reports from California refineries, and are subject to refinery revision and Energy Commission verification.
California Weekly Refinery Production and Stocks Levels
(Thousands of Barrels)
|CARB RFG (incl. Non-Oxygenated)||6518||6347||2.7%||6783||-3.9%|
|Jet Fuel: Kerosene||2113||1983||6.6%||2000||5.7%|
|CARB-Diesel (< 15ppm Sulfur)||1905||1775||7.3%||2112||-9.8%|
|Other Diesel Fuel*||324||805||-59.8%||626||-48.2%|
|CARB RFG (incl. Non-Oxygenated)||4830||4834||-0.1%||4836||-0.1%|
|Gasoline Blending Components||5236||5616||-6.8%||5422||-3.4%|
|Jet Fuel: Kerosene-Naphtha||3091||2902||6.5%||2955||4.6%|
|CARB-Diesel ( <15ppm Sulfur)||2224||2120||4.9%||2116||5.1%|
|Other Diesel Fuel*||1275||1353||-5.8%||1348||-5.4%|
*Other diesel fuel includes EPA diesel and high sulfur diesel.
Negative values indicate a transfer of finished production being used as an input to production for another finished product. This typically occurs with high sulfur diesel being converted to a lower sulfur fuel.
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