Australian graphs

Update August 2017

with data up to May 2017

Australian_jet_fuel_imports_by_country_2004_May2017

.Australian_petrol_imports_by_country_2004_May2017

.Australian_diesel_imports_by_country_2004_May2017

12/8/2017
Almost half of Australia’s petrol, diesel and jet fuel imports come from South Korea and Japan
http://crudeoilpeak.info/almost-half-of-australias-petrol-diesel-and-jet-fuel-imports-come-from-south-korea-and-japan

Update April 2017

Latest crude oil and product import graphs in this post:

14/4/2017
Australia more vulnerable than ever to fuel import disruptions
http://crudeoilpeak.info/australia-more-vulnerable-than-ever-to-fuel-import-disruptions

Update December 2016

AU_petroleum_exploration_2005-2016
Data from the Office of the Chief Economist
https://industry.gov.au/Office-of-the-Chief-Economist/Publications/Pages/Resources-and-energy-quarterly.aspx#

Update July 2016

Australian_crude_oil_imports_2004_Apr2016_by_country

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7/7/2016
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s exciting energy security in Australia
http://crudeoilpeak.info/prime-minister-turnbulls-exciting-energy-security-in-australia

Australian_petrol_imports_by_country_2004_Apr2016

Australian_diesel_imports_by_country_2004_Apr2016

Australian_jet_fuel_imports_by_country_2004_Apr2016

Australian_LPG_imports_by_country_2004_Apr2016

Update June 2016

Australia_oil_production_vs_consumption_1965-2015

Update March 2016

Australian_petroleum_production_2000_2015_2020

Update March 2015

Note: Canning, Amadeus and Surat don’t show up in the graph as their contribution is too small
Data from: http://www.industry.gov.au/Office-of-the-Chief-Economist/Publications/Pages/Australian-petroleum-statistics.aspx

Actual and projection March 2014 by BREE

http://www.bree.gov.au/sites/default/files/files//publications/req/REQ-2014-03.pdf

 

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