Oil Information Donnees sur le Petrole. 2009 by OECD IEA

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Petroleum coke: From 1982 onwards, there are more detailed consumption data available for petroleum coke. Backflows have been estimated by the Secretariat for 1996. A change in the reporting system in mid-1996 has resulted in some breaks in series between 1996 and 1997. Petroleum coke: Production started in 2004 due to the installation of a cracking unit in a refinery. Since 1 January 1996, the Swiss Administration revised its stock reporting. The break between 1998 and 1999 in the final consumption of motor gasoline, gas/diesel oil and residual fuel oil is due to a new survey being introduced in 1999.

Cette catégorie comprend également le « coke de catalyse », qui se dépose sur le catalyseur pendant les opérations de raffinage ; ce coke n'est pas récupérable, et il est en général brûlé comme combustible dans les raffineries. Autres produits Il s’agit de tous les produits pétroliers qui ne sont pas expressément cités ci-dessus, comme par exemple le goudron et le soufre. Cette catégorie comprend également les composés aromatiques (p. ex. BTX ou benzène, toluène et xylènes) et les oléfines (p. ex.

K. S. K. 19 (1) (1) Assumes a mixture of 60% propane and 40 % butane by mass. (2) An average for motor gasolines with RON between 91 and 95. (3) For Naphtha and heavier oils the net calorific value is assumed to be 95% of gross. 32 - OIL INFORMATION (2009 Edition) Crude oil* Average volume equivalent of thousand metric tons Australia Austria Canada Denmark France Germany Greece Italy Japan Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Spain Sweden Turkey United Kingdom United States Algeria Angola Argentina Brazil China Colombia Egypt India Indonesia Iran Iraq Kuwait Libya Nigeria Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia Syria United Arab Emirates Former Soviet Union Venezuela * Indigenous production, including condensates.

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