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Crude oil extraction in China from October 2017 to October 2018 (in million metric tons)

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China: crude oil extraction by month October 2018 The statistic shows the monthly crude oil extraction in China from October 2017 to October 2018. In October 2018, about 16.09 million tons of crude oil had been extracted in China.
Fossil fuel extraction in China – additional information

According to the graph at hand, crude oil extraction volume has remained fairly steady at around 17 to 18 million tons a month and accumulated to about 216 million tons in 2014. Together with rising crude oil imports to China and continuously dropping crude oil exports, these figures suggest an increasing domestic demand for crude oil in China.

Crude oil demand in China is mainly driven by an ever-growing demand for primary energy sources. In 2014, the PRC had ranked the world's largest primary energy consumer. Crude oil consumption in China has amounted to about 519 million tons in 2014, around 2.4 times of the domestic extraction capacity. Still, coal remains the most dominant energy source in China’s energy mix. Coal consumption in China has reached roughly 1.96 billion tons of oil equivalent in 2014. Together, coal and oil make up the lion’s share in China’s primary energy consumption, reaching a combined share of roughly 84 percent in 2014.

One main factor influencing the consumption of oil and oil products is the vehicle industry in China. With about 21.5 million sold cars in 2014, automobile sales in China stimulated the monthly gasoline production in China. Leading Chinese oil, gas and petrochemical companies in 2014 were Sinopec and Petrochina with annual revenues of 2,826 and 2,283 billion yuan, respectively.
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The statistic shows the monthly crude oil extraction in China from October 2017 to October 2018. In October 2018, about 16.09 million tons of crude oil had been extracted in China.
Fossil fuel extraction in China – additional information

According to the graph at hand, crude oil extraction volume has remained fairly steady at around 17 to 18 million tons a month and accumulated to about 216 million tons in 2014. Together with rising crude oil imports to China and continuously dropping crude oil exports, these figures suggest an increasing domestic demand for crude oil in China.

Crude oil demand in China is mainly driven by an ever-growing demand for primary energy sources. In 2014, the PRC had ranked the world's largest primary energy consumer. Crude oil consumption in China has amounted to about 519 million tons in 2014, around 2.4 times of the domestic extraction capacity. Still, coal remains the most dominant energy source in China’s energy mix. Coal consumption in China has reached roughly 1.96 billion tons of oil equivalent in 2014. Together, coal and oil make up the lion’s share in China’s primary energy consumption, reaching a combined share of roughly 84 percent in 2014.

One main factor influencing the consumption of oil and oil products is the vehicle industry in China. With about 21.5 million sold cars in 2014, automobile sales in China stimulated the monthly gasoline production in China. Leading Chinese oil, gas and petrochemical companies in 2014 were Sinopec and Petrochina with annual revenues of 2,826 and 2,283 billion yuan, respectively.
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Release date
November 2018
Region
China
Survey time period
October 2017 to October 2018
Supplementary notes
*The figures for January and February were published together to curb the effect of the Chinese New Year which each year falls between January 21 and February 21.

The values have been rounded to provide a better understanding of the statistic.

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