Petroleum Data, Facts, and Statistics
Under the Petroleum Industry Information Reporting Act (PIIRA), the Energy Commission collects data from refiners, producers, petroleum product transporters and marketers, and petroleum pipeline and terminal operators. Each entity is required to submit to the Energy Commission weekly, monthly, and annual reports on receipts, inventory levels, imports, exports, prices, and transportation sources. The Energy Commission analyzes and interprets this information to provide policy makers and the public with key insights on oil supply and demand fluctuations and potential issues. Data, Facts, and Statistics provide specific data and summaries.
California Petroleum Industry and Information
- How Oil & Gasoline Gets From the Well to Your Car
- Monthly California Petroleum Watch (Analysis)
- California Retail Fuel Outlet Annual Reporting (CEC-A15) Results
Refining & Processing
- Fuels Watch Report - Weekly Refinery Reports
- Crude Oil Imports by Railcar
- Oil Supply Sources to California
- Foreign Crude Oil Supply Sources to California Refineries
- California's Oil Refineries
- California Oil Refinery History
- Map of Refinery Locations
Fuel Price Overview
April 24, 2017 - No up, no down, this week. Regular is the same as last week's price.
The average price in California for regular gasoline changed 0-cent from the previous week. The average statewide price for regular was $3.017. Mid-grade and premium prices decreased as well.
The national average for self-serve regular is at $2.449, up 1.3 cents from the previous week.This is 56.8 cents lower than the price of regular in California.
Gasoline Prices Per Gallon
Diesel Prices Per Gallon
Reserves and Production
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) collects, analyzes, and disseminates independent and impartial energy information. You can find petroleum prices, production and use statistics, and analysis on their Petroleum and Other Liquids page.
The California Department of Conservation, Division of Oil, Gas & Geothermal Resources (DOGGR) oversees the drilling, operation, maintenance, and plugging and abandonment of oil, natural gas, and geothermal wells. You can find information regarding oil production, and well maps on the DOGGR website.