The JODI Oil World Database

JODI-Oil World Database: 1st update on 17 April 2014 - Data up to February 2014-Data from countries covered by OLADE are not updated in this update due to late arrival of the data from the organisation.
-Data revision by India for Jan14 and by S. Africa for Dec13
-Historical data revisions back to Jan02 for Indonesia and Thailand
-63 countries are updated with the most recent Feb14 data (M-1 data) in this update.
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View the updated JODI World Database update schedule (December 2013 - December 2014)

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About JODI

The Joint Organisations Data Initiative is a concrete outcome of the producer-consumer energy dialogue. The importance of exchanging data as a means to enhance transparency of global energy commodity markets is recognized by IEF Energy Ministers as being beneficial to energy security and in the interest of producers and consumers alike. The initiative relies on the combined efforts of producing and consuming countries and the seven JODI partner organisations to build the timely, comprehensive, and sustainable energy data provision architecture which is a prerequisite for stable energy commodity markets. By helping to mitigate some of the uncertainties that may be detrimental to market functionality, JODI aims to moderate undue price volatility, thereby increasing investor confidence and contributing to greater stability in energy markets worldwide.
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Participation in JODI

More than 90 countries/economies, Members of the six pioneer organisations (APEC, EUROSTAT, IEA, OLADE, OPEC and UNSD) participate in JODI Oil, representing around 90% of global oil supply and demand.
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What is the JODI Oil World Database?

When the Joint Organisations Data Initiative Oil (JODI Oil) was first launched in 2001, the primary goal was not to build a database but to raise the awareness of all oil market players to the need for more transparency in oil market data. The first priority of the six organisations was to assess the oil data situation in their respective member countries in order to better qualify and quantify the perceived lack of transparency. The assessment included the collection of monthly oil statistics from each organisation's member countries by means of a harmonised questionnaire on 42 key oil data points.
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Knowledge Transfer

Over the last three years, the IEF and its JODI partner organisations have prepared a series of regional training workshops on JODI. Through these workshops, we help our participating countries to report better quality data through the JODI Oil questionnaire. These workshops offer participants in charge of oil statistics from governments an occasion to clarify JODI definitions and to learn more about data quality assessment techniques. These workshops are also a good opportunity to share their best practices on data validation or to discuss issues on data collection.
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