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Natural gas liquids and other liquids mitigate crude oil peak

Natural gas liquids and other liquids,  included in “oil – all liquids” have been increasing steadily from 9 mb/d in January 2001 to 12 mb/d in January 2010. These additional 3 mb/d somehow eased the impact of the crude oil peak.


In January 2010 we had

Crude oil and condensate:    73,228 Kb/d

NGLs and other liquids          12,301 Kb/d   (defined here:

All liquids                             85,529 Kb/d

This is the monthly update 9/4/2010 from EIA’s International Petroleum Monthly with data up to January 2010.


These are the countries where NGLs come from:


Data source:

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