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Prime Supplier Report

With Data for April 2014   |  Release Date:  June 23, 2014   |  Next Release Date: July 23, 2014

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The Prime Supplier Report (PSR) is undergoing a phased update. You will continue to find all of the data in previous editions of the PSR.

As the first improvement, we have added current and previous reference month data at the U.S., regional, and state levels under separate tabs for each major types of finished, consumable petroleum products. Links under each tab to supplementary data tables (in thousand gallons per day) offer historical data as well.

Downloadable data for the full report are available to the right—now in CSV (or Excel) as well as PDF.

(also available in thousand gallons per day)
Prime supplier sales volumes of gasoline by U.S. and PADD regions
thousand gallons
      YTD % change1
Area March
2014
April
2014
2013 2014 month
ago
year
ago
YTD
U.S. 10,553,800 10,427,392 41,153,314 40,360,085 2.1 -1.2 -1.9
PADD 1 3,532,654 3,490,476 13,909,855 13,457,313 2.1 -2.4 -3.3
PADD 2 2,865,111 2,866,447 11,314,042 11,088,852 3.4 -2.0 -2.0
PADD 3 1,867,655 1,825,868 7,010,765 7,072,816 1.0 2.1 0.9
PADD 4 397,205 402,286 1,548,330 1,536,163 4.7 5.4 -0.8
PADD 5 1,891,175 1,842,315 7,370,322 7,204,941 0.7 -2.0 -2.2


Prime supplier sales volumes of gasoline by State
thousand gallons
      YTD % change1
State March
2014
April
2014
2013 2014 month
ago
year
ago
YTD
Alaska 19,007 19,137 79,586 73,654 4.0 -9.6 -7.5
Alabama 185,197 183,361 670,363 680,060 2.3 6.9 1.4
Arkansas 113,615 115,634 436,623 434,288 5.2 1.2 -0.5
Arizona 232,495 224,137 855,683 871,146 -0.4 3.6 1.8
California 1,166,226 1,135,072 4,626,344 4,451,855 0.6 -3.8 -3.8
Colorado 170,150 168,414 656,116 654,196 2.3 6.5 -0.3
Connecticut 95,248 97,232 458,244 372,024 5.5 -18.2 -18.8
D.C. 5,774 5,650 23,048 21,725 1.1 -0.3 -5.7
Delaware 34,129 37,538 120,154 122,731 13.7 20.5 2.1
Florida 646,312 617,092 2,426,240 2,432,661 -1.3 1.0 0.3
Georgia 378,916 372,215 1,375,242 1,416,454 1.5 5.6 3.0
Hawaii 37,443 36,647 142,189 144,437 1.1 1.6 1.6
Iowa 101,236 99,327 400,739 382,518 1.4 -9.2 -4.5
Idaho 55,801 59,988 217,059 216,577 11.1 10.2 -0.2
Illinois 382,359 364,822 1,502,206 1,467,017 -1.4 -4.1 -2.3
Indiana 230,574 230,637 900,834 876,376 3.4 -0.3 -2.7
Kansas 130,097 132,692 489,277 499,575 5.4 0.8 2.1
Kentucky 148,096 152,395 607,262 573,746 6.3 -4.3 -5.5
Louisiana 229,602 216,115 793,569 830,598 -2.7 7.4 4.7
Massachusetts 181,110 181,681 764,780 698,651 3.7 -7.5 -8.6
Maryland 164,504 176,418 707,297 647,763 10.8 -4.1 -8.4
Maine 53,819 50,323 224,076 205,542 -3.4 -16.0 -8.3
Michigan 350,501 340,230 1,349,337 1,347,041 0.3 -0.8 -0.2
Minnesota 176,198 175,090 725,074 704,563 2.7 0.1 -2.8
Missouri 214,764 222,159 872,367 828,184 6.9 -2.4 -5.1
Mississippi 139,823 140,739 540,599 541,376 4.0 -0.5 0.1
Montana 50,528 53,713 197,676 197,430 9.8 3.3 -0.1
North Carolina 341,352 336,225 1,300,471 1,283,895 1.8 1.7 -1.3
North Dakota 35,798 34,180 133,401 140,834 -1.3 3.1 5.6
Nebraska 57,626 59,007 245,854 228,159 5.8 -10.8 -7.2
New Hampshire 49,391 46,100 181,946 187,934 -3.6 -6.3 3.3
New Jersey 303,137 299,113 1,326,488 1,157,105 2.0 -13.2 -12.8
New Mexico 76,249 73,320 288,169 289,338 -0.6 -0.6 0.4
Nevada 92,199 87,559 332,187 344,276 -1.9 4.6 3.6
New York 438,269 427,470 1,668,608 1,670,731 0.8 0.7 0.1
Ohio 368,782 370,578 1,493,118 1,433,994 3.8 -3.4 -4.0
Oklahoma 168,187 174,764 707,297 678,660 7.4 -13.1 -4.0
Oregon 118,601 116,859 451,961 450,323 1.8 -2.1 -0.4
Pennsylvania 237,057 233,629 983,505 923,876 1.8 -10.2 -6.1
Rhode Island 38,530 39,600 149,120 148,161 6.2 5.5 -0.6
South Carolina 209,144 208,692 770,320 782,774 3.1 3.6 1.6
South Dakota 30,309 33,046 124,620 122,230 12.7 -1.4 -1.9
Tennessee 267,874 277,742 958,219 1,003,537 7.1 10.8 4.7
Texas 1,123,169 1,096,699 4,281,442 4,297,156 0.9 1.0 0.4
Utah 94,492 94,870 361,034 363,979 3.7 4.8 0.8
Virginia 273,744 282,273 1,107,130 1,072,411 6.6 -1.9 -3.1
Vermont 24,347 22,629 107,405 92,997 -4.0 -15.5 -13.4
Washington 225,204 222,904 882,372 869,250 2.3 -0.7 -1.5
Wisconsin 202,710 199,778 804,437 802,418 1.8 -0.4 -0.3
West Virginia 57,871 56,596 215,781 219,878 1.1 6.7 1.9
Wyoming 26,234 25,301 116,445 103,981 -0.3 -5.1 -10.7
(also available in thousand gallons per day)
Prime supplier sales volumes of No. 2 distillate by U.S. and PADD regions
thousand gallons
      YTD % change1
Area March
2014
April
2014
2013 2014 month
ago
year
ago
YTD
U.S. 4,970,196 4,930,339 18,727,520 19,478,979 2.5 5.1 4.0
PADD 1 1,572,191 1,364,986 5,989,980 6,273,308 -10.3 1.1 4.7
PADD 2 1,451,427 1,536,581 5,496,613 5,713,187 9.4 5.9 3.9
PADD 3 1,121,607 1,119,496 3,967,476 4,224,043 3.1 8.4 6.5
PADD 4 246,540 266,681 967,604 984,443 11.8 8.4 1.7
PADD 5 578,431 642,595 2,305,847 2,283,998 14.8 5.4 -0.9


Prime supplier sales volumes of No. 2 distillate by State
thousand gallons
      YTD % change1
State March
2014
April
2014
2013 2014 month
ago
year
ago
YTD
Alaska W W W W W W NA
Alabama W W W W W W NA
Arkansas 65,782 W W W 0.0 W NA
Arizona 82,509 83,481 W W 4.6 -4.1 NA
California 300,908 345,956 1,198,537 1,198,410 18.8 8.9 0.0
Colorado 62,598 72,475 248,440 253,093 19.6 10.4 1.9
Connecticut 76,941 49,194 288,921 305,403 -33.9 3.6 5.7
D.C. W 1,399 3,203 W 0.0 119.3 NA
Delaware 12,641 8,724 34,938 W -28.7 12.2 NA
Florida W 169,269 W W 0.0 8.8 NA
Georgia 126,871 W 476,012 W 0.0 W NA
Hawaii 12,628 14,636 62,871 49,942 19.8 -4.5 -20.6
Iowa 79,410 97,866 285,107 314,873 27.3 12.8 10.4
Idaho 31,172 36,915 115,428 137,973 22.4 37.9 19.5
Illinois 159,351 192,653 625,714 644,993 24.9 13.0 3.1
Indiana 149,003 151,899 544,387 580,409 5.3 3.9 6.6
Kansas 86,968 84,720 327,605 344,824 0.7 -2.6 5.3
Kentucky 80,273 81,392 313,030 310,546 4.8 0.8 -0.8
Louisiana W 144,645 W W 0.0 0.0 NA
Massachusetts 95,272 61,843 355,592 383,687 -32.9 -7.2 7.9
Maryland 68,369 60,130 227,455 276,448 -9.1 12.6 21.5
Maine 57,407 35,380 199,009 218,449 -36.3 -3.0 9.8
Michigan 82,140 83,629 314,447 330,142 5.2 -1.2 5.0
Minnesota 64,816 68,144 280,806 260,984 8.6 -1.5 -7.1
Missouri 110,029 114,740 390,180 422,389 7.8 10.7 8.3
Mississippi W W W W W W NA
Montana 51,081 52,057 203,997 197,418 5.3 1.8 -3.2
North Carolina 101,326 104,600 378,147 403,304 6.7 9.1 6.7
North Dakota 68,350 75,262 218,989 254,884 13.8 21.2 16.4
Nebraska 60,682 W 202,742 W 0.0 W NA
New Hampshire 37,860 24,455 132,752 153,221 -33.3 2.4 15.4
New Jersey W 105,929 488,276 W 0.0 0.5 NA
New Mexico 54,258 53,990 W W 2.8 14.7 NA
Nevada 31,925 W W W 0.0 W NA
New York 196,167 138,742 849,992 W -26.9 -13.7 NA
Ohio 166,045 172,425 659,192 674,641 7.3 4.5 2.3
Oklahoma 127,970 W W W 0.0 W NA
Oregon W 65,112 W W 0.0 6.6 NA
Pennsylvania 233,304 207,995 895,329 938,914 -7.9 -6.1 4.9
Rhode Island 33,118 24,587 116,026 137,232 -23.3 25.4 18.3
South Carolina 72,104 69,893 264,040 279,615 0.2 4.1 5.9
South Dakota 25,733 31,562 W W 26.7 0.0 NA
Tennessee 107,133 107,314 411,960 411,741 3.5 2.5 -0.1
Texas 704,129 707,371 2,343,459 2,655,822 3.8 17.1 13.3
Utah 49,026 53,576 203,239 196,693 12.9 1.7 -3.2
Virginia 122,085 116,954 451,203 475,672 -1.0 0.2 5.4
Vermont 19,720 12,118 75,432 73,963 -36.5 -18.6 -1.9
Washington 191,239 189,480 760,243 740,611 2.4 -1.5 -2.6
Wisconsin 83,524 82,507 316,398 329,172 2.1 3.8 4.0
West Virginia W W W W W W NA
Wyoming 52,663 51,658 196,500 199,266 1.4 3.9 1.4
(also available in thousand gallons per day)
Prime supplier sales volumes of kerosene-type jet fuel by U.S. and PADD regions
thousand gallons
      YTD % change1
Area March
2014
April
2014
2013 2014 month
ago
year
ago
YTD
U.S. 1,665,986 1,724,337 6,683,220 6,477,679 7.0 -1.6 -3.1
PADD 1 495,428 496,963 1,996,669 1,868,779 3.7 -9.4 -6.4
PADD 2 297,260 314,589 1,183,995 1,155,368 9.4 -1.7 -2.4
PADD 3 326,631 346,362 1,346,411 1,320,738 9.6 3.6 -1.9
PADD 4 54,521 51,647 217,563 203,337 -2.1 -9.7 -6.5
PADD 5 492,146 514,776 1,938,582 1,929,457 8.1 4.7 -0.5


Prime supplier sales volumes of kerosene-type jet fuel by State
thousand gallons
      YTD % change1
State March
2014
April
2014
2013 2014 month
ago
year
ago
YTD
Alaska 50,221 54,369 219,579 195,091 11.9 7.5 -11.2
Alabama 6,650 6,976 29,668 25,690 8.4 -12.0 -13.4
Arkansas 3,461 3,812 12,531 14,002 13.8 6.6 11.7
Arizona 12,882 13,582 51,552 51,596 8.9 6.1 0.1
California 315,445 325,949 1,208,004 1,233,173 6.8 4.9 2.1
Colorado 29,987 29,909 128,264 114,308 3.1 -10.6 -10.9
Connecticut 6,606 NA 24,312 W 0.0 NA NA
D.C. W W W W W W NA
Delaware W W W W W W NA
Florida 123,568 116,955 482,193 460,294 -2.2 -7.3 -4.5
Georgia 10,864 13,203 56,492 46,851 25.6 -13.8 -17.1
Hawaii NA NA 153,893 W NA NA NA
Iowa 3,304 2,944 13,544 12,081 -7.9 -8.7 -10.8
Idaho 2,179 1,991 8,582 7,560 -5.6 -21.7 -11.9
Illinois 75,602 88,035 288,930 300,675 20.3 9.2 4.1
Indiana 26,388 31,013 105,110 100,686 21.4 3.7 -4.2
Kansas 7,339 4,560 30,092 22,445 -35.8 -16.5 -25.4
Kentucky 30,108 26,382 106,088 108,101 -9.5 -15.3 1.9
Louisiana 77,801 86,821 296,570 319,304 15.3 34.0 7.7
Massachusetts 18,089 22,041 74,399 71,122 25.9 -0.5 -4.4
Maryland 4,020 3,667 30,423 14,841 -5.7 -57.2 -51.2
Maine 3,180 2,983 12,439 11,393 -3.1 -14.1 -8.4
Michigan 13,630 12,437 47,312 51,543 -5.7 -6.8 8.9
Minnesota 16,629 15,071 W 61,551 -6.3 0.0 NA
Missouri 11,245 9,945 42,563 40,351 -8.6 -11.7 -5.2
Mississippi 23,791 32,132 129,874 108,670 39.6 45.2 -16.3
Montana 2,726 2,292 10,065 9,731 -13.1 -10.2 -3.3
North Carolina 35,691 36,752 92,865 110,471 6.4 61.1 19.0
North Dakota 2,901 2,076 14,813 12,486 -26.1 -28.4 -15.7
Nebraska 3,566 3,300 12,562 13,401 -4.4 1.0 6.7
New Hampshire 1,288 1,062 3,982 4,118 -14.8 -5.3 3.4
New Jersey 127,890 121,402 515,857 485,325 -1.9 -15.9 -5.9
New Mexico 3,464 3,260 12,815 12,827 -2.8 2.4 0.1
Nevada 15,779 15,844 56,498 61,889 3.8 9.9 9.5
New York 90,601 93,352 326,491 346,520 6.5 3.4 6.1
Ohio 43,014 45,701 151,531 162,616 9.8 -0.6 7.3
Oklahoma 21,444 27,849 85,553 97,597 34.2 27.0 14.1
Oregon 13,594 15,334 51,660 53,769 16.6 14.0 4.1
Pennsylvania 15,259 18,940 96,769 71,107 28.3 -47.1 -26.5
Rhode Island 2,563 2,923 W 9,426 17.8 10.1 NA
South Carolina 7,902 7,477 24,008 26,996 -2.2 6.3 12.4
South Dakota 2,485 3,649 6,964 11,036 51.7 100.8 58.5
Tennessee 34,668 36,687 149,422 140,864 9.4 4.4 -5.7
Texas 211,464 213,361 864,953 840,245 4.3 -8.3 -2.9
Utah 18,025 16,515 66,156 65,858 -5.3 -7.1 -0.5
Virginia 46,120 48,086 240,019 179,055 7.7 -20.7 -25.4
Vermont 673 656 W 2,582 0.7 14.5 NA
Washington 44,777 49,731 197,396 178,199 14.8 5.1 -9.7
Wisconsin 4,937 4,940 17,997 19,935 3.4 19.0 10.8
West Virginia 713 698 2,452 2,639 1.2 -0.4 7.6
Wyoming 1,604 940 4,496 5,880 -39.4 5.3 30.8
(also available in thousand gallons per day)
Prime supplier sales volumes of propane by U.S. and PADD regions
thousand gallons
      YTD % change1
Area March
2014
April
2014
2013 2014 month
ago
year
ago
YTD
U.S. 1,128,796 840,537 5,016,288 4,930,516 -23.1 -9.3 -1.7
PADD 1 316,662 185,972 1,109,031 1,292,353 -39.3 1.8 16.5
PADD 2 353,757 198,143 1,464,976 1,538,888 -42.1 -4.7 5.0
PADD 3 342,200 363,764 1,908,581 1,602,450 9.8 -17.2 -16.0
PADD 4 39,740 27,907 174,835 175,466 -27.4 -5.6 0.4
PADD 5 76,437 64,751 358,865 321,359 -12.5 -3.9 -10.5


Prime supplier sales volumes of propane by State
thousand gallons
      YTD % change1
State March
2014
April
2014
2013 2014 month
ago
year
ago
YTD
Alaska 983 779 W 3,336 -18.1 0.0 NA
Alabama 10,203 6,298 51,571 55,224 -36.2 -18.9 7.1
Arkansas 7,393 4,308 33,327 35,613 -39.8 -15.2 6.9
Arizona 6,492 6,042 37,633 29,172 -3.8 16.3 -22.5
California 42,899 38,861 205,168 181,421 -6.4 -0.6 -11.6
Colorado 13,782 10,768 61,322 60,859 -19.3 2.3 -0.8
Connecticut 7,308 4,574 19,421 28,199 -35.3 25.1 45.2
D.C. - - - - - - -
Delaware 6,021 5,570 20,849 25,650 -4.4 19.9 23.0
Florida 17,793 15,865 68,326 72,035 -7.9 4.8 5.4
Georgia 16,524 12,458 76,742 84,371 -22.1 -1.9 9.9
Hawaii - - W - - - NA
Iowa 34,098 17,758 139,461 150,234 -46.2 -0.3 7.7
Idaho 2,805 1,656 16,764 13,556 -39.0 -41.4 -19.1
Illinois 47,929 26,842 148,130 199,252 -42.1 32.9 34.5
Indiana 16,938 10,622 81,129 80,366 -35.2 6.6 -0.9
Kansas 39,541 16,247 172,088 157,603 -57.5 -20.0 -8.4
Kentucky 12,671 5,823 58,726 62,770 -52.5 -36.1 6.9
Louisiana 50,289 68,090 222,909 216,131 39.9 4.7 -3.0
Massachusetts 15,996 9,639 34,751 61,198 -37.7 37.7 76.1
Maryland 13,577 7,624 44,519 50,066 -42.0 13.9 12.5
Maine 16,474 8,893 47,527 62,084 -44.2 13.6 30.6
Michigan 38,657 22,710 145,054 153,905 -39.3 -11.4 6.1
Minnesota 30,245 18,593 133,311 143,818 -36.5 2.5 7.9
Missouri 26,412 12,804 118,322 116,965 -49.9 -6.5 -1.1
Mississippi 12,102 8,712 51,514 68,459 -25.6 15.2 32.9
Montana 11,152 5,407 37,433 43,168 -49.9 0.4 15.3
North Carolina 40,659 14,525 157,068 164,059 -63.1 -27.4 4.5
North Dakota 14,457 11,138 57,437 61,573 -20.4 -0.2 7.2
Nebraska 11,764 5,580 42,421 46,697 -51.0 -2.7 10.1
New Hampshire 20,502 10,041 54,053 78,441 -49.4 17.3 45.1
New Jersey 11,568 6,035 39,488 42,800 -46.1 -7.9 8.4
New Mexico 5,084 4,605 28,454 22,755 -6.4 9.6 -20.0
Nevada 2,497 2,282 14,139 12,585 -5.6 -3.0 -11.0
New York 45,115 30,419 166,927 195,558 -30.3 0.5 17.2
Ohio 25,737 13,776 109,038 112,360 -44.7 -15.3 3.0
Oklahoma 9,069 5,695 47,553 39,387 -35.1 -23.8 -17.2
Oregon 4,279 3,455 20,792 18,055 -16.6 -16.1 -13.2
Pennsylvania 45,973 28,835 170,189 184,652 -35.2 -7.8 8.5
Rhode Island 3,262 705 10,027 12,289 -77.7 61.3 22.6
South Carolina 18,645 11,610 72,097 88,408 -35.7 5.2 22.6
South Dakota 6,461 3,608 32,041 30,668 -42.3 -22.6 -4.3
Tennessee 7,369 4,635 38,765 41,441 -35.0 -15.3 6.9
Texas 257,129 271,751 1,520,806 1,204,268 9.2 -22.3 -20.8
Utah 3,402 3,429 16,215 15,336 4.2 21.3 -5.4
Virginia 20,000 10,047 70,050 75,246 -48.1 21.4 7.4
Vermont 13,638 7,286 39,272 49,832 -44.8 15.7 26.9
Washington 19,287 13,332 73,366 76,790 -28.6 -11.3 4.7
Wisconsin 32,409 22,312 141,500 141,849 -28.9 0.3 0.2
West Virginia 3,607 1,846 17,725 17,465 -47.1 -18.7 -1.5
Wyoming 8,599 6,647 43,101 42,547 -20.1 -17.0 -1.3
(also available in thousand gallons per day)
Prime supplier sales volumes of residual by U.S. and PADD regions
thousand gallons
      YTD % change1
Area March
2014
April
2014
2013 2014 month
ago
year
ago
YTD
U.S. 379,395 311,531 1,599,681 1,396,794 -15.2 -12.7 -12.7
PADD 1 158,317 123,706 583,144 598,484 -19.3 -5.6 2.6
PADD 2 3,669 4,856 26,381 14,682 36.8 -35.9 -44.3
PADD 3 72,704 72,972 292,003 286,313 3.7 17.0 -1.9
PADD 4 1,698 1,651 12,874 5,629 0.5 10.8 -56.3
PADD 5 143,007 108,346 685,279 491,686 -21.7 -29.9 -28.3


Prime supplier sales volumes of residual by State
thousand gallons
      YTD % change1
State March
2014
April
2014
2013 2014 month
ago
year
ago
YTD
Alaska - - - - - - -
Alabama 4,914 4,093 13,334 13,585 -13.9 11.7 1.9
Arkansas W W W W W W NA
Arizona - - - - - - -
California 67,733 47,121 344,829 226,144 -28.1 -49.3 -34.4
Colorado W W - W W W NA
Connecticut W W W W W W NA
D.C. - - - - - - -
Delaware W W W W W W NA
Florida 16,629 13,532 30,140 58,977 -15.9 107.4 95.7
Georgia W 9,797 W W 0.0 0.0 NA
Hawaii W W W W W W NA
Iowa - - - - - - -
Idaho - - - - - - -
Illinois - - W - - - NA
Indiana W W W W W W NA
Kansas - - - - - - -
Kentucky W W W W W W NA
Louisiana 18,899 24,001 86,427 83,305 31.2 38.8 -3.6
Massachusetts 4,210 834 10,815 W -79.5 -46.5 NA
Maryland W W W W W W NA
Maine 3,895 2,853 14,536 24,121 -24.3 -26.7 65.9
Michigan W W W W W W NA
Minnesota 1,777 W W W 0.0 W NA
Missouri - - - - - - -
Mississippi W W W W W W NA
Montana W W W W W W NA
North Carolina W W 4,116 W W W NA
North Dakota - W W W W W NA
Nebraska W - - W - - NA
New Hampshire 999 W W W 0.0 W NA
New Jersey 64,674 47,449 131,022 201,584 -24.2 60.8 53.9
New Mexico W W W W W W NA
Nevada - - - - - - -
New York 34,441 28,623 245,226 137,836 -14.1 -35.3 -43.8
Ohio - - W W - - NA
Oklahoma W W W W W W NA
Oregon W W W W W W NA
Pennsylvania 8,574 10,875 55,224 44,038 31.1 -22.5 -20.3
Rhode Island W W W W W W NA
South Carolina W W 8,916 W W W NA
South Dakota W W W W W W NA
Tennessee W W W W W W NA
Texas 47,222 42,932 181,995 183,487 -6.1 9.1 0.8
Utah W W W W W W NA
Virginia W W W W W W NA
Vermont 425 121 2,228 W -70.6 -70.0 NA
Washington 47,165 39,894 170,142 168,592 -12.6 27.1 -0.9
Wisconsin W W W W W W NA
West Virginia - - W - - - NA
Wyoming W W W W W W NA


– = No data reported.
NA = Not available.
W = Withheld to avoid disclosure of individual company data.
1 Calculated on a per day basis.
Notes: In January 2007, oxygenated was combined with conventional gasoline and ultra low sulfur diesel was added. Values shown for the current month are preliminary. Values shown for the previous month may be revised.
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Form EIA-782C, "Monthly Report of Prime Supplier Sales of Petroleum Products Sold for Local Consumption."



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The Prime Supplier Report presents data collected on Form EIA-782C, "Monthly Report of Prime Supplier Sales of Petroleum Products Sold for Local Consumption." These data measure primary petroleum product deliveries into the States where they are locally marketed and consumed.

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The EIA-782C respondent frame is comprised of approximately 202 prime suppliers representing producers, importers, and interstate resellers and retailers. Each month, respondents report their aggrgated sales volumes (combined wholesale and retail) made during the reference month to local distributors, local retailers, and end users in each state where the product was delivered. To avoid double-counting volumes, respondents are instructed to exclude sales to other prime suppliers and traders. See exclusionary list.