TABLE 5 U.S. Energy Statistics, 1988 (million metric tons)

Production

Exports

Imports

Consumption

Commodity

Raw

Finisheda

Raw

Finished

Raw

Finished

Raw

Finished

Refinery Inputs

Crude oil

402.585

0.634

269.053

680.687

Feedstocks

16.864

22.585

Natural gas liquids

51.325

1.617

7.108

16.230

Refinery Products

Liquid petroleum gas

15.906

56.272

Motor gas

297.439

1.069

19.351

315.690

Aviation gas

1.020

0.020

1.074

Jet fuel

63.935

1.362

3.802

66.893

Kerosene

4.347

0.054

0.173

4.689

Diesel

143.258

3.419

12.943

146.315

Residual fuel oil

56.789

11.044

32.818

61.429

Naphtha

6.170

0.479

3.216

8.864

Petroleum coke

36.131

15.344

0.110

20.709

Other

54.073

2.626

5.865

57.072

Total Petroleum

402.585

679.068

0.634

35.397

269.053

78.298

719.502

739.007

Coal and coke

862.066

29.397

86.203

0.992

1.936

2.439

801.647

30.844

Natural gas

(18.02 kg/TJ)

424.990

335.028

2.870

302.100

Total other fuel

1,287.056

364.425

86.203

0.992

1.936

5.310

801.647

332.940

TOTAL

1,689.640

1,043.493

86.837

36.389

270.989

83.610

1,521.149

1,071.947

a Finished values may exceed raw values because "finished" refers to refinery products whose inputs may have been imported.

SOURCE: International Energy Agency (1991).



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