The EIA has finally published its International Energy Statistics. The last one had July data. This one is has two months updates, August and September. All the data I publish comes is Crude+Condensate from January 2000 through September 2013.
Again, all data is C+C in thousand barrels per day with the last data point September 2013.
As you can see from the chart World C+C production has leveled out in the last year and one half. September 2013 is slightly lower than February 2012.
There were a couple of major revisions in the July data. Canada was revised down by 269 kb/d while Non-OPEC was revised down by 228 kb/d. There were other small revisions upward. OPEC C+C had no revisions so that left World C+C for July revised down by 228 kb/d.
Both the USA and Canada are on a real tear, owing of course to Light Tight Oil and the Oil Sands. Their combined production is up about 1.9 mb/d since in one year, since last September.
But they are the only ones on a tear. Almost everyone else is flat to down with a few small producers up slightly.
World less USA and Canada is actually below where it was in June 2004 and is swiftly approaching the bottom it hit after the crash of 2008. The peak was in January 11 and they are down 2.65 mb/d since that point.
Actually only Light Tight Oil is keeping the world from declaring peak.
World less USA is down over 1.5 mb/d since the peak of January 2011.
Non-OPEC is up on the strength of the USA and Canada.
However the EIA has OPEC C+C down considerably.
Charts of all Non-OPEC producers are now up on the Non-OPEC Charts page.
Also a new page has been added, World Crude Oil Production by Geographical Area