While overall U.S. crude oil imports decline, the U.S. continues to increase imports of Canadian crude oil
The total amount of crude oil imported into the U.S. has steadily declined since a peak in 2005 when imports averaged 10.1 MMBOPD, but trade of Canadian crude into the U.S. continues to grow. Canadian crude oil accounted for 43% of gross crude oil imports in 2015, according to the EIA, the highest level on record.

U.S. gross crude oil imports from all sources averaged 7.4 MMBOPD in 2015, down 27% since 2005. As overall imports decl...

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