North American Oil Data Deck (June ‘23)
Fresh all-time high US liquids production pushes continental output to a new record.
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North American total liquids production set a fresh all-time high of 28 million barrels per day in March, which is up 0.5 MMbpd m/m and brings the first quarter average to 1.8 MMbpd higher than the same period last year.
In the first quarter, North American crude and equivalent output rose 1.4 MMbpd y/y and natural gas liquids output was up 0.4 MMbpd y/y.
North American refining activity rose 0.75 MMbpd m/m to 21.9 MMbpd in March, with quarterly output up 0.1 MMbpd on the year.