Here are the data: 0-700 m, 0-2000 m.
Over the last quarter, the 0-700 m region of the ocean gained 1.1 W/m2, and the 0-2000 m region gained 1.3 W/m2.
Over 12 months, these regions gained 0.3 W/m2 and 0.5 W/m2, respectively.
Though both these numbers are barely higher than they were 2 years ago, in 1Q2015.
Here are the latest big numbers: anyone who wants to explain global warming via natural factors has to come up with 0.18 W/m2 since 1Q1955 for the 0-700 m region, and 0.65 W/m2 since 1Q2005 for the 0-2000 m region.
That's 180 ZJ and 125 ZJ, respectively.
(1 ZJ = 1 zettajoule = 1021 Joules.)
The first value is how much sunlight (240 W/m2) reaches the surface in 17 days, and the second in 12 days.