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Statistics

API is the premier source for petroleum industry data and information. API's data and statistics are accurate, comprehensive, timely, and quoted widely.

For pricing and ordering information on the below statistical data reports, please contact our authorized distributor, IHS, at 1-800-854-7179 or visit theAPI Petroleum Statistical Data Storefronton the IHS website for more information.

Your Portal for Petroleum Statistics and Information

Key statistical reports include the following:

基本石油数据书

It provides valuable domestic and world statistical background information, beginning in most instances with 1947. Included are data on energy, reserves, exploration and drilling, production, finance, prices, demand, refining, imports, exports, offshore transportation, natural gas, Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, and environment.

The printed Data Book is updated and published twice a year. Each report is issued in a self-contained, bound volume and is no longer needed once the next issue is published.

Both the electronic and printed versions also include a glossary of definitions and a source list (names, telephone numbers) for references in the Data Book.

Quarterly Well Completion Report (QWCR)

The QWCR provides detailed information on reported drilling activity and estimates the total number of wells and footage drilled. The estimates of quarterly completions and footage are displayed by well type, well class, and quarter for the ten years prior. More detailed estimates of quarterly completions and footage are disaggregated by well type, depth interval, and quarter for the current year and two years prior. In addition, wells reported to API (not estimates) are listed on a state and regional level, disaggregated by well class, well type, and quarter, for the current year and two years prior.

Published in the first week following the end of the quarter.

联合协会调查钻井成本(JAS)

The JAS is an annual survey that contains the only long-term source of information of detailed U.S. drilling expenditures on wells, footage, and related expenditures in the United States. An Analysis & Trends section provides detailed information and graphs about offshore and onshore wells, shale wells, coalbed methane wells, and sidetrack wells. The data presented in the U.S. Summary Tables section are broken down by well type (oil wells, gas wells, and dry holes) and by depth interval. Additionally, the data in these tables are disaggregated by well class (exploratory wells and development wells) and offshore and onshore production.

Prior year's survey is published in December of the current year.
接触: Alexa Carlson atcarlsona@api.org.

Industry-Wide Surveys

Industry-wide surveys are described briefly below. If you know you are interested in a specific survey listed below, click on the title and you can obtain a copy of any free report or contact and ordering information for other reports. Please contact Adebukola Adeiya atAdeiyaA@api.orgif you have questions about any of the industry-wide surveys.

管道战略数据Tracking System (PSDTS)

Created in 2019, this is an effort by the Pipeline segment to collect data to support the API Pipeline strategic initiatives. The Statistical Services group created a client-based software that is dynamically linked to API through the Internet to collect the data. The Statistical Services group maintains the software and handles technical support for the effort. Contact Adebukola Adeiya atAdeiyaA@api.org.

The Survey of Occupational Injuries, Illnesses and Fatalities in the Petroleum Industry (OII)

The OII was an annual survey that collected data on Petroleum Industry Occupational Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities, both within the United States and internationally, as well as for both employees and contract workers. Participants were asked to submit data according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) guidelines. The “Survey of Occupational Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities in the Petroleum Industry: Report to Participants” is available only to participating companies and is available through the OII database website.

An aggregate report is available for purchase through our authorized distributor,IHS Markit. Participation was voluntary and the number of participating companies varies from year to year. Therefore, the reader should exercise caution when using this data to characterize the performance of the industry as a whole.

OII surveys were published in April of the following year. The final iteration of the OII survey was published for calendar year 2019.

接触: Alexa Carlson atcarlsona@api.org.

SANGEA 4.3 GHG Emissions Estimating System

Sangea™是石油和天然气工业的排放估算软件工具,用于量化温室气体(GHG)排放和标准化排放报告。它基于2009年的EPA燃气行业和美国EPA的温室气体排放方法的2009年API汇编方法,包括最近的更新(RY2015)给美国EPA MRR报告要求。该软件还包括美国EPA AP-42用于标准污染物的排放因子。