U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserves (SPR) Overview

The U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserves (SPR) stands as the world's premier emergency crude oil storage, emphasizing the U.S.' dedication to energy security and economic resilience. Originating from the challenges of the 1970s oil embargo, the SPR serves as a protective buffer against short-term oil supply disruptions. Its formation, key role, and current status provide a comprehensive view of the nation's energy landscape. Notably, the U.S. releases new storage numbers for the SPR every week, ensuring up-to-date insights into its evolving influence both on a national and global scale.

US - Strategic Petroleum Reserves 2024-04-12

Last Value 364.88M
Latest Period 2024-04-12
Last Week 364.24M
Change from Last Week 0.18%
1 Year Ago 369.58M
Change from 1 Year Ago -1.27%
Change from 3 Years Ago -42.79%
Change from 5 Years Ago -43.79%
Frequency Weekly
Unit Barrels