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petroleum facts & statistics

annual petroleum throughput at port everglades

  FY2019  FY2018 FY2017 FY2016 FY2015
Barrels 125,874,463 123,404,236 122,307,652 122,68,234 116,856,258
Total Tons 17,769,697


17,260,304 17,095,585 16,518,067


florida counties served by petroleum products
moving through port everglades

Map of Florida counties serve by petroleum products from Port Everglades  


petroleum product breakdown 
FY 2018 vs. FY 2017

Source: Port Everglades Department

Product FY2018 FY2017 %Change
 Asphalt 697,575 371,259 88%
 Aviation Gasoline 226,216 213,752 4%
 Diesel Fuel 16,300,246 15,741,886 15%
 Fuel Oil 2,688,290 2,683,242 0%
 Gasoline 61,283,620 63,268,372 -3%
 Jet Fuel 33,983,580 31,982,450 6%
 Propane 409,537 385,375 6%
 Crude Oil (Loaded) 540,650 470,568 15%
 Ethanol (Vessel) 2.084,580 1,633,434 28%
 Ethanol (Truck/Rail) 5,113,427 5,451,909 -6%
 Bio-Diesel (Truck/Rail) 166,515 141,406 18%
Total 123,404,236 122,307,652  


petroleum storage capacity

Image of Petroleum Storage Capacity graph

petroleum countries of origin

This map indicated the foreign sources for petroleum including Europe, Asia, Mexico and South America.

gulf coast supply origins

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

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