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U.S. petroleum imports - by country 1985-2018

U.S. petroleum imports from 1985 to 2018, by main source country (in 1,000 barrels per day)

by T. Wang, last edited Jun 17, 2019
U.S. petroleum imports - by country 1985-2018 Canada is the leading importer of petroleum to the United States. In 2018, the United States imported about 4.28 million barrels of petroleum per day from Canada.
Crude Oil Reserves

In 2017, there was estimated to be around 1.7 trillion barrels of oil in reserve worldwide. This is the amount of oil that can be extracted in the future under the current economic and operating conditions. Most of the proved oil reserves in the world are in the Middle East. South and Central America also contain large volumes of oil reserves.

Gasoline Consumption Worldwide

Global oil production reached 4.39 billion metric tons in 2017, up from 3.95 billion metric tons in 2007. Over the last several years, consumption of oil has also seen a slight increase worldwide. In 2017, about 20 percent of the world’s oil was consumed by the United States, a larger share than any other country. China came in second place with a 13 percent share of global oil consumption.
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U.S. petroleum imports from 1985 to 2018, by main source country (in 1,000 barrels per day)

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by T. Wang, last edited Jun 17, 2019
Canada is the leading importer of petroleum to the United States. In 2018, the United States imported about 4.28 million barrels of petroleum per day from Canada.
Crude Oil Reserves

In 2017, there was estimated to be around 1.7 trillion barrels of oil in reserve worldwide. This is the amount of oil that can be extracted in the future under the current economic and operating conditions. Most of the proved oil reserves in the world are in the Middle East. South and Central America also contain large volumes of oil reserves.

Gasoline Consumption Worldwide

Global oil production reached 4.39 billion metric tons in 2017, up from 3.95 billion metric tons in 2007. Over the last several years, consumption of oil has also seen a slight increase worldwide. In 2017, about 20 percent of the world’s oil was consumed by the United States, a larger share than any other country. China came in second place with a 13 percent share of global oil consumption.
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