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US Crude Oil Supply, Consumption, and Inventories

by Tom Huggens, 3653 days ago
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This item downloads U.S. Crude Oil and Liquid Fuels Supply, Consumption, and Inventories historical statistics data. The data is retrieved as an Excel file from the Energy Information Administration website (Official Energy Statistics from the U.S. Government), it is then parsed and updated so it can be inserted into the quotes database.

In order for this data to be added into the database, a transformation using the Pre-Script is necessary. In a nutshell, the script reads that data and creates its own properly formatted lines. Only 33 lines of code were necessary.

The data is monthly updated and can be downloaded by typing a year in the 'Year' textbox. You can also download future years (2010 for example) to get estimations of the future values of these items. The Energy Information Administration says that the estimations or projections are generated by simulation of the EIA Regional Short-Term Energy Model and that the macroeconomic projections are based on Global Insight Model of the U.S. Economy.

This is a list of the downloaded time-series items:
Crude Oil Supply
Domestic Production
Alaska
Federal Gulf of Mexico
Other Lower 48 States (excl. GOM)
Crude Oil Net Imports
SPR Net Withdrawals
Commercial Inventory Net Withdrawals
Crude Oil Adjustment
Total Crude Oil Input to Refineries
Refinery Processing Gain
Natural Gas Liquids Production
Renewables and Oxygenates Production
Fuel Ethanol Production
Petroleum Products Adjustment
Product Net Imports
Pentanes Plus
Liquefied Petroleum Gas
Unfinished Oils
Other HC/Oxygenates
Motor Gasoline Blend Comp.
Finished Motor Gasoline
Jet Fuel
Distillate Fuel Oil
Residual Fuel Oil
Other Oils
Product Inventory Net Withdrawals
Total Supply

To create the symbols, I have just added the following character '^' to the item name and replaced the space by an underscore ' _'.
Example: The symbol name for the Crude Oil Supply item is: ^Crude_Oil_Supply


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Object ID: 230


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Market: Futures Market

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