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Posted June 25, 2019 Today in Energy

Crude oil inputs to Mexico’s petroleum refineries continued to decline in 2018 ›

Crude oil inputs to Mexico’s petroleum refineries declined for the fifth consecutive year in 2018, falling to nearly 600,000 barrels per day (b/d), a 50% drop from 2013 levels. This decline in crude oil processing has coincided with a decrease in domestic production of the light crude oil that the country’s refineries are better suited to process. Mexico has increasingly relied on imports of petroleum products from the United States to satisfy domestic demand. More

PEMEX refinery crude inputs

Source: EIA, based on data published by Petróleos Mexicanos

Data Highlights

WTI crude oil futures price

6/24/2019: $57.90/barrel

up$5.97 from week earlier
down$10.68 from year earlier

Natural gas futures price

6/24/2019: $2.303/MMBtu

down$0.083 from week earlier
down$0.642 from year earlier

Retail gasoline price

6/24/2019: $2.654/gal

down$0.016 from week earlier
down$0.179 from year earlier

Retail diesel price

6/24/2019: $3.043/gal

down$0.027 from week earlier
down$0.173 from year earlier

Weekly coal production

6/15/2019: 13.251 million tons

up1.087 million tons from week earlier
down1.446 million tons from year earlier