U. S. Crude Oil supplies

Because oil has been, is now, and will be for an indeterminate future a major resource, the amount of U. S. crude oil supplies is critical to many social and political issues and their resolutions. Oil not only is an energy source but also influences world currency, in particular the U.S. dollar which is the currency for buying and selling oil. Important data of U. S. crude oil supplies for the years 1999-2007 are provided here.
For data on U.S. crude oil supplies after 2007, go to U. S. Energy Information Administration

U. S. crude oil imports 2007

U. S. crude oil imports 2006

U. S. crude oil imports 2005

U. S. crude oil imports 2004

U. S. crude oil imports 2003

U. S. crude oil imports 2002

U. S. crude oil imports 2001

U. S. crude oil imports 2000

U. S. crude oil imports 1999

U. S. crude oil production 1999-2007

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