Where Does the U.S. Get Its Oil?

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UPDATE April 20, 2011: The below item has been so well-read in the almost four years since we first published it, we have produced an updated chart to depict the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s most recent data on U.S. oil imports. This time, instead of a one-month snapshot, however, we’re showing annual totals by country, and the trend over several years. The chart below shows U.S. oil (and products) imports by country for the top 15 source countries during the six years beginning in 2005 and ending in 2010. For each country, the 2005 import volume is represented by the […]

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