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Commission Decision of 15 June 1979 laying down detailed rules for the implementation of Council Decision 77/706/EEC (79/639/EEC) (repealed)

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ANNEX

MONTHLY QUESTIONNAIRE ON THE OIL SUPPLY SITUATION IN THE COMMUNITY

I.EXPLANATORY NOTES

A. Units and conversion factors
(a)

Units

All data should be expressed in thousands of tonnes rounded up or down to the nearest thousand tonnes.

(b)

Oil products and ‘crude oil equivalent’

All oil products should be converted into their crude oil equivalent by multiplying the quantities expressed in tonnes by the conversion factor 1 065.

(c)

Converting barrels into tonnes

To obtain tonnes the number of barrels should be divided by the conversion factor corresponding to actual density. Where the conversion was based on barrels/day, the units obtained are multiplied by the number of days in the month in question.

(d)

Converting cubic metres (kilolitres) into tonnes

For converting cubic metres into tonnes use the conversion factors corresponding to actual densities.

B. Geographical notes
  • Faroe Islands' production should be included in Denmark's production,

  • the production of Surinam and the Dutch Antilles should not be included in the production of the Netherlands,

  • the production of the Canary Islands should be included in Spain's production,

  • the production of the Caribbean refineries in Table III C includes imports from the Dutch Antilles, the Bahamas, Trinidad and Tobago.

II.DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATORY NOTES RELATING TO THE VARIOUS TABLES

1. National production of crude oil and natural gas condensates (Table I)

Give the amounts of crude oil and natural gas condensates (i.e. all liquids separated from the gas in natural gas processing plants(1) produced on national territory including the Continental shelf (offshore). These amounts should include the condensates recovered from gaseous hydrocarbons.

2. Imports and exports of crude oil, natural gas condensates and feedstocks (originating in/exported to Community and non-Community countries) (Tables I, II and IV)

Imports and exports should be regarded as having been effected on the date on which they physically arrive, whether the consignment was customs cleared or not. However, any quantities in transit via an ocean terminal or crossing national territory in any manner whatever (e.g. pipelines) should not be included (this also applies to imports and exports of oil products). On the other hand, imports must include oil imported into customs bonded areas for treatment and re-export. Re-exports of oil imported for processing within bonded areas must be included in the export figures.

‘Feedstocks’ should be taken to mean any product or combination of products other than blending, derived from crude oil and destined for further processing. It is transferred into one or more components and/or finished products.

3. Imports/exports of oil products (originating in/for export to Community and non-Community countries) (Tables I, HI and V)
  • See point 2.

  • The following are the oil products concerned:

    liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), naphthas, motor spirit, jet fuels, kerosenes, gas/diesel oil, residual fuel oil, lubricants and bitumen(2).

    Maritime bunkers should not be shown in Table I, point 5, but be given separately under point 9.

4. Level of stocks (Table I)

The level of stocks means all oil stored within the frontiers of the declaring country, with the exception of oil in pipelines, oil held by retailers and in filling stations, stocks held by end-consumers and not subject to administrative supervision, and stocks held for military consumption.

5. Variations in stocks (Table I)

These variations correspond to the difference between the level of stocks at the beginning and at the end of a period.

The variation in stocks for the month before last (Table I) is the difference between the final data (month before last) of the present communication and the final data (month before last) of the preceding communication.

MONTHLY QUESTIONNAIRE ON THE PETROLEUM SUPPLY SITUATION OF THE COMMUNITY

TABLE I

CONSUMPTION OF CRUDE OIL a AND EQUIVALENT b

Country:

Current month:

a

Including natural gas liquids and feedstocks.

b

Oil products are converted in crude oil equivalent by the factor 1 065.

c

End of month.

d

Difference between stocks level at the end of the month and the level at the end of the month before.

e

8 = 1 + 2 + 3 - 4 - 5 - 7.

f

Marine bunkers.

(1 000 tonnes)
Month before last (M-2)Last month (M-1)Current month (M)Next month (M+1)Month after next (M+2)
RealizationProvisionalEstimatedScheduledScheduled
1.Indigenous productiona
2.Imports of crudea
3.Imports of oil productsb
4.Exports of crudea
5.Exports of oil productsb
6.Stocks levelsc
of which:
(a)Crude oila
(b)Oil productsb
7.Stocks changesd
of which:
(a)Crude oila
(b)Oil productsb
8.Totale
9.Bunkersf b

TABLE II

IMPORTS OF CRUDE OIL a

Country:

Current month:

a

Including NGL and feedstocks.

b

Excluding Abu Dhabi.

(1 000 tonnes)
Country of originMonth before last (M-2)Last month (M-1)Current month (M)Next month (M+1)Month after next (M+2)
RealizationProvisionalEstimatedScheduledScheduled
Abu Dhabi
Algeria
Ecuador
Indonesia
Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Lybia
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emiratesb
Venezuela
Norway
United Kingdom
USSR
Other countries of Eastern Europe
China
Other
Total imports

TABLE III

IMPORTS OF OIL PRODUCTS a

Country:

Current month:

a

Oil products are converted into crude oil by multiplying quantities in tonnes by 1 065.

(1 000 tonnesa)
Country of originMonth before last (M-2)Last month (M-1)Current month (M)Next month (M+1)Month after next (M+2)
RealizationProvisionalEstimatedScheduledScheduled
Belgium
Denmark
Germany
France
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Greece
Spain
Portugal
Norway
Sweden
USA
Bahrein
Indonesia
Iran
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia
Venezuela
USSR
Other countries of Eastern Europe
Other
Total imports

TABLE IV

EXPORTS OF CRUDE OIL a

Country:

Current month:

a

Including NGL and feedstocks.

(1 000 tonnes)
Country of destinationMonth before last (M-2)Last month (M-1)Current month (M)Next month (M+1)Month after next (M+2)
RealizationProvisionalEstimatedScheduledScheduled
Belgium
Denmark
Germany
France
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Greece
Spain
Portugal
Austria
Sweden
Switzerland
USA
Other countries
Total exports

TABLE V

EXPORTS OF OIL PRODUCTS a

Country:

Current month:

a

Oil products are converted into crude oil by multiplying quantities in tonnes by 1 065.

b

Excluding marine bunkers.

(1 000 tonnesa)
Country of destinationMonth before last (M-2)Last month (M-1)Current month (M)Next month (M+1)Month after next (M+2)
RealizationProvisionalEstimatedScheduledScheduled
Belgium
Denmark
Germany
France
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Greece
Spain
Portugal
Austria
Norway
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
USA
Others
Total exportsb
(1)

Ethane included.

(2)

For definitions see the supplement to the Quarterly Bulletin of Energy Statistics, 3/1976, published by the Statistical Office of the European Communities.

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