Crude and petroleum products balance sheet; supply and consumption
|Energy commodities||Periods||Supply Production Petrochemical industry (mln kg)||Consumption For transformation in products Petrochemical industry (mln kg)||Consumption For transformation in products Other oil industry (mln kg)||Consumption Final consumption Petrochemical industry Final energy consumption (mln kg)||Consumption Final consumption Petrochemical industry Non-energy use (mln kg)||Consumption Final consumption Final consumption other oil industry (mln kg)|
|Total crudes and petroleum products||2023 1st quarter*||909||909||7,402||500||1,922||1|
|Total crudes||2023 1st quarter*||301||1,278||608|
|Crude oil||2023 1st quarter*||558|
|Natural gas liquids||2023 1st quarter*||301||260||608|
|Fossil additives||2023 1st quarter*||0||187||0|
|Bioadditives||2023 1st quarter*||272|
|Total petroleum products||2023 1st quarter*||909||607||6,125||500||1,314||1|
|Residual gas||2023 1st quarter*||528||500|
|LPG||2023 1st quarter*||47||124||96||293||1|
|Total naphtha||2023 1st quarter*||107||479||3,089||1,009|
|Naphtha (not aromatic or light oil)||2023 1st quarter*||27||327||2,031||674|
|Aromatics||2023 1st quarter*||80||152||1,058||335|
|Total motor gasoline||2023 1st quarter*||86|
|Motor gasoline||2023 1st quarter*||86|
|Aviation gasoline||2023 1st quarter*|
|Total kerosene||2023 1st quarter*||3||45||10|
|Kerosene type jet fuel||2023 1st quarter*||0|
|Other kerosene||2023 1st quarter*||3||45||10|
|Total gas and diesel oil||2023 1st quarter*||5||1,146||0|
|Diesel||2023 1st quarter*||737||0|
|Marine diesel||2023 1st quarter*||5||410|
|Total residual fuel oil||2023 1st quarter*||1,025|
|Residual fuel oil low sulphur||2023 1st quarter*||324|
|Residual fuel oil, high sulphur||2023 1st quarter*||701|
|Petroleum coke||2023 1st quarter*|
|Total other petroleum products||2023 1st quarter*||223||0||637||1|
|White spirit and SBP||2023 1st quarter*||161||425|
|Lubricants||2023 1st quarter*||0||11||0|
|Paraffin waxes||2023 1st quarter*|
|Bitumen||2023 1st quarter*|
|Other mineral products||2023 1st quarter*||62||0||201||1|
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This table shows the supply and consumption of petroleum products and crudes as a balance sheet.
Petroleum products include the fuels LPG, motor gasoline and diesel oil. The balance includes products used for processing or consumption in the Netherlands as well as those intended for transit.
Crudes are crude oil, natural gas liquids and additives (intermediates for motor gasoline and transport diesel). Separate balance sheet items are available for feedstocks for processing in the Netherlands and for feedstocks for the transit trade. The difference between the two flows is that import tax is paid for products destined for production in the Netherlands, while it is not paid for transit goods.
The following standard densities are used to convert from kg to liters of Gasoline, Diesel and Autogas delivered including excise duty:
Petrol 0.75 kg/l, Diesel 0.836 kg/l and LPG 0.535 kg/l.
This table replaces the next tables:
Crude balance sheet; supply, consumption and stock, 1944 - April 2021
Petroleum products balance; supply, consumption and stock, 1946 - April 2021
Motor fuels; sales in petajoules, weight and volume, 1946 - April 2021
See section 3.
From January 2015
Status of the figures:
- up to and including 2020 definite.
- 2021 are revised provisional.
- 2022 and 2023 are provisional.
Changes as of May 31st 2023:
Provisional figures for March 2023 have been added.
Changes as of March 29th:
Provisional figures for January 2023 have been added.
Changes as of December 15th 2022:
Figures for 2020 are definite.
Figures from 2015 until 2021 have been revised.
The figures for the consumption of Diesel have been revised from 2015 and onwards. The reason for the revision is an improved insight for the consumption in mobile equipment used in construction, agriculture and services. The revision concerns mostly the product diesel and can be noticed through upstream energy commodities higher in the energy product classification. (Total gas and diesel oil, Total petroleum products and Total crudes and petroleum products).
The revision is twofold:
- New data from TNO about the consumption of Diesel in mobile equipment have been incorporated. Therefore the total consumption of energy from other sources is raised with about 10 to 20 percent for each year.
- The method in which statistical differences are handled has been changed. Formerly a statistical difference of -3 percent was assumed on a yearly basis from 2013 onwards, matching old data (until and including 2012) about Diesel for road transportation based on a separate excise rate only used for consumption for road transportation that existed until that time. A negative statistical difference means that measured use in the Netherlands is higher than the inland deliveries. A negative statistical difference solved this inequality by statistically adding an artificial supply. In the new method the statistical difference is eliminated from 2015 onwards and the total energy supply for road transportation is calculated as a remainder: The difference of total of market supplies and supply to other buyers.
The first and second point both influences the final consumption of diesel for road transport which is lowered with an average of somewhat more than 5 percent.
When will new figures be published?
Provisional figures: in the second month after the month under review.
Definite figures: not later than in the second following December.
- The amount of crudes and petroleum products that has primarily become available for consumption in the Netherlands. Supply is calculated as indigenous production plus other sources plus production plus imports minus exports minus bunkers plus stock changes. This calculation of the supply results in the amount of crudes and petroleum products consumed in the Netherlands in the period concerned.
- Production of petroleum products by transforming crude or other petroleum products, e.g. production of motor gasoline by refining crude oil.
- Petrochemical industry
- Companies that transform petroleum products into chemical products. Some other petroleum products become available as a by-product. These come to the market along with petroleum products from refineries. For example the transformation of the chemical product ethylene (a feedstock for plastic) into naphtha and the petroleum product automotive gas delivered to the market for consumption as fuel.
- The amount of crudes and petroleum products used for transformation into other petroleum products or as final consumption within the national borders of the Netherlands.
- For transformation in products
- The amount of crudes and petroleum products used as feedstock for transformation into other petroleum products, e.g. distillation of fuel oil in a refinery. Or products are blended into other products, like propane and butane into automotive gas.
- Petrochemical industry
- Petrochemical company petroleum transformation. A petrochemical company is a company that transforms petroleum products into chemical products. Some other petroleum products become available as a by-product. These come to the market along with petroleum products from refineries. For example the transformation of the chemical product ethylene (a feedstock for plastic) into naphtha and the petroleum product automotive gas delivered to the market for consumption as fuel.
- Other oil industry
- Other oil companies petroleum transformation. An other oil company is a company that stores or trades petroleum products. In common these companies blend petroleum products just before they are delivered to the market. For example addition more or less additives to motor gasoline or transport diesel to meet summer or winter specifications.
- Final consumption
- Final consumption of energy. No useful energy commodity remains. This can be final energy consumption, like motor gasoline in a car, or non energy use, like naphtha in petrochemical industry.
- Petrochemical industry
- Companies that transform petroleum products into chemical products. Some other petroleum products become available as a by-products. These come to the market along with petroleum products from refineries. For example the transformation of the chemical product ethylene (a feedstock for plastic) into naphtha and the petroleum product automotive gas delivered to the market for consumption as fuel.
- Final energy consumption
- Consumption used to support business activities of the petrochemical plant, such as heat for steam cracking. Includes input for electricity and heat production to be sold. Mainly consumption of residual products released from the assimilation process, such as chemical waste gas.
- Non-energy use
- Final consumption of petroleum for non-energy purposes, like producing ethylene, propylene, butylene, synthesis gas, aromatics, butadiene and other hydrocarbon–based raw materials in processes such as steam cracking, aromatics plants and steam reforming.
- Final consumption other oil industry
- Consumption for heating very heavy oil fractions (bitumen, tar) in order to be able to pump them.