Crude Oil and Total Petroleum Imports Top 15 Countries
May 2006 Import Highlights: Released on July 14, 2006
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Canada remained the largest exporter of total petroleum products in May, exporting 2.319 million barrels per day to the United States. The second largest exporter of total petroleum products was Mexico (1.710 million barrels per day) which had a slight decrease from last month of 0.040 million barrels per day.
The chart below shows the total amount of petroleum products imported into the US. This includes both crude oil and refined or finished fuel and oil products. The difference in the two numbers relates to the lack of refining capacity in the United States. This is important because we pay a much higher price to import refined product and its negative implications with regards to fuel supply.
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(Thousand Barrels per Day)
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