4-15 Major 2009 Suppliers of U.S. Imported Crude Oil and Petroleum Products vs. Production in Earlier Years

4-15 Major 2009 Suppliers of U.S. Imported Crude Oil and Petroleum Products vs. Production in Earlier Years

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(Thousand barrels per day, average: rank in 2009)

  Rank (2009) 1990 2000 2008 2009
Canada 1 934 1,807 2,493 2,479
Mexico 2 755 1,373 1,302 1,210
Venezuela (OPEC) 3 1,025 1,546 1,189 1,063
Saudi Arabia (OPEC) 4 1,339 1,572 1,529 1,004
Nigeria (OPEC) 5 800 896 988 809
Russia 6 45 72 465 563
Algeria (OPEC) 7 280 225 548 493
Angola (OPEC) 8 NR NR 513 460
Iraq (OPEC) 9 518 620 627 450
Brazil 10 49 51 258 309
U.S. Virgin Islands 11 282 291 320 277
Colombia 12 182 342 200 276
United Kingdom 13 189 366 236 245
Ecuador (OPEC) 14 49 NR 221 185
Kuwait (OPEC) 15 86 272 210 182
Netherlands 16 55 30 168 140
Norway 17 102 343 102 108
Libya (OPEC) 18 0 0 103 79
Total, major suppliers   6,690 9,806 11,473 10,333
Total, all U.S. imports   8,018 11,459 12,915 11,691

Key: NR = not reported; OPEC = Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries; R = revised.

Notes: The country of origin for petroleum products may not be the country of origin for the crude oil used to produce the products. For example, refined products imported from western European refineries may have been produced from Middle Eastern crude oil. Angola joined OPEC in January 2007. Ecuador was a member of OPEC from 1973-1992, and rejoined OPEC in November 2007. Data for Angola for 1973-2006, and Ecuador for 1993-2007 are included in Total Non-OPEC in Energy Information Administration, Monthly Energy Review, table 3.3d.

All 2000 data are revised. The data for Colombia, Netherlands, Norway and Libya, which were not included in last year's table, are included in this year's table, thus Total, major suppliers is revised accordingly.

Source: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, Monthly Energy Review (Washington, DC: October 2010), tables 3.1, 3.3c-d, available at http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/mer/petro.html as of October 2010.