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Unformatted text preview: arrels/day State Ranking of Crude Oil Production Texas - 1,087,000 barrels/day barrels/day U.S. Crude Oil Imports 10,031,000 barrels/day 10,031,000 barrels/day U.S. Crude Oil Imports from OPEC 5,980,000 barrels/day 5,980,000 barrels/day Top U.S. Crude Oil Supplier Canada - 1,888,000 barrels/day Canada barrels/day Top Oil Producing Countries & Exporters #1 - Saudi Arabia (10,665,000 bbls/day #1 in 2006) in Top Oil Consuming Countries & Importers #1 - United States (20,680,000 #1 bbls/day) bbls/day) U.S. Petroleum Consumption 20,680,000 barrels/day barrels/day Dependence on Net Petroleum Imports (2007) 58.2% 58.2% Federal Motor Gasoline Tax (average) (average) 18.4 cents/gallon 18.4 cents/gallon US Energy Trivia US • U.S. Motor Gasoline Consumption 9,286,000 9,286,000 barrels/day (390 million gallons/day) barrels/day million • Share of US Oil Consumption for Transportation 70% • Number of U.S. Operable Petroleum Refineries 150 • Top U.S. Petroleum Refining States #1 - Texas #1 4,509,196 barrels/day barrels/day • U.S. Proved Reserves of Crude Oil as of December 31, 2006 20,972 million barrels 2006 20,972 million • Top U.S. Oil Fields (2006) Prudhoe Bay, AK • Top U.S. Producing Companies (2006) BP - 586,000 BP barrels/day barrels/day • U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve 697 million barrels • Total World Oil Production (2005) 82,532,000 82,532,000 barrels/day barrels/day • Total World Petroleum Consumption (2005) 83,607,000 barrels/day 83,607,000 barrels/day Compare….. Compare….. • • ...
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