U.S. has brought into its refineries crude oil from 80 nations
In the past 30 years the U.S. has imported more than 91 billion barrels of oil, drawing from a large variety of sources.

The EIA began carefully tracking American oil imports in 1986, meaning there is now now a significant amount of historical data. From 1986 to 2016 the U.S. imported 91.2 billion barrels of crude oil, in just under 244,000 individual records.

In total, the EIA lists 80 different countries from which the U.S. has imported crude oil.

The top ten countries a...


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