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petroleum facts & statistics

annual petroleum throughput at port everglades

   FY2016 FY2015 FY2014  FY2013 FY2012
Barrels 121,068,551 111,308,509 107,204,234 108,377,053 104,819,812
Total Tons


15,743,265 15,176,595 15,330,225 14,830,384


florida counties served by petroleum products
moving through port everglades

Map of Florida counties serve by petroleum products from Port Everglades

petroleum product throughput
FY 2016 vs. FY 2015
(volume in barrels)

Excel graph showing the 10 different petroleum product throughput

*Truck & Rail Ethanol numbers are not included as waterborne commerce
**Volume numbers are rounded and therefore may not equal to the total amounts
Source: Port Everglades Department


petroleum storage capacity

Image of Petroleum Storage Capacity graph  

petroleum countries of origin

Image of a map showing the petroleum countries of origin including Mexico, South America and Europe


 gulf coast supply origins

Image of map showing the Gulf Coast of USA ports of origin for petroleum





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