Oil and gas information is available from a number of sources. But only API Data taps into the wealth of knowledge of API member and non-member companies to deliver timely, accurate and in-depth oil and natural gas information that users can count on to analyze trends and make effective decisions.
As a trade organization representing all aspects of the U.S. oil and natural gas industry, API has access to information not found anywhere else. API statisticians inspect this information and combine it with government data to provide a unique perspective on the energy sector.
Highlighting this collection is the Basic Petroleum Data Book. Its a compendium of U.S. and international petroleum statistics dating back to as far as 1947. It contains historical data on worldwide oil and natural gas reserves, exploration and drilling, production, refining, transportation, historical prices, product demand, imports, exports, and environmental information
With API Data, users can learn more about:
U.S. refinery operations
U.S. drilling expenditures
Historic and current worldwide petroleum activities
Natural gas inventories and sales
Imports and exports
In addition, API is often able to deliver this information sooner than other energy data suppliers, giving API Data clients a distinct advantage.