Production and Supply for
Nebraska and Region



Production
As of September 9, 2005


Refineries in the nation are operating at 87.3% capacity.

Gasoline:  Midwest production is 2,124 thousand barrels per day--an increase of 4.9% from last week.
(Source:  Weekly Petroleum Status Report, Energy Information Administration)

Diesel:  Midwest production is 724 thousand barrels per day--an increase of 5.9% from last week.
(Source:  Weekly Petroleum Status Report, Energy Information Administration)

Heating Oil:  Midwest production is 222 thousand barrels per day--an increase of 10.5% from last week.
(Source:  Weekly Petroleum Status Report, Energy Information Administration)

Propane:  Midwest production is 230 thousand barrels per day--a decrease of 4.2% from last week.
(Source:  Weekly Petroleum Status Report, Energy Information Administration)



Supply
As of September 9, 2005


Gasoline:   Midwest inventory (or PADD II) is 49.5 million barrels--4.9% more than last week's inventory level and 6.9% more than last month's level with inventory levels coming back up into the normal range.  The Energy Information Administration maintains a benchmark for national stocks at 200 million barrels.  As of September 9, the national stock level is 192 million barrels.
(Source:  Weekly Petroleum Status Report, Energy Information Administration)

Diesel:  Midwest inventory (or PADD II) is 23.1 million barrels--7.9% more than last week's inventory level and 4.1% more than last month's level with distillate inventory levels at the upper boundary of the normal range.
(Source:  Weekly Petroleum Status Report, Energy Information Administration)

Heating Oil:  Midwest inventory (or PADD II) is 8 million barrels--3.9% more than last week's inventory level but 2.4% less than last month's level with distillate inventory levels at the upper boundary of the normal range.
(Source:  Weekly Petroleum Status Report, Energy Information Administration)

Propane:  Midwest inventory (or PADD II) is 23.4 million barrels--no change from last week's inventory level but 3.5% more than last month's level with inventory levels in the normal range.  The Energy Information Administration estimates 25 million barrels in storage by the end of September to be a benchmark for the Midwest.  As of September 9, the national inventory level is 64.2 million barrels.  Industry observers believe a 60-million-barrel level for national inventory is adequate prior to the start of the heating season.
(Source:  Weekly Petroleum Status Report, Energy Information Administration)

Natural Gas:  The East Region's inventory, of which Nebraska is a part, is 1,601 billion cubic feet--3.8% more than last week and 30 billion cubic feet above the 5-year average.  For the week ending September 9, the national inventory level is 2,758 billion cubic feet.  Close to 3 trillion cubic feet is generally considered to be adequate for winter demand.  This would require an injection of 242 billion cubic feet between now and the end of October.
(Source:  Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report, Energy Information Administration)



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This report was updated on September 15, 2005.  Typically, there is one week between updates.

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