Figure 1 - U.S. Petroleum Production and Consumption: 1975-2000

Figure 1 - U.S. Petroleum Production and Consumption: 1975-2000

(Thousand barrels per day)

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Year Total domestic production Net imports Transportation consumption Total consumption1
1975 10,050 5,850 8,950 14,930
1976 9,770 7,090 9,370 15,940
1977 9,910 8,570 9,760 16,720
1978 10,330 8,000 10,160 17,100
1979 10,180 7,990 10,010 17,080
1980 10,210 6,370 9,550 15,910
1981 10,230 5,400 9,490 15,090
1982 10,250 4,300 9,310 14,610
1983 10,300 4,310 9,410 14,550
1984 10,550 4,720 9,680 15,160
1985 10,640 4,290 9,850 15,250
1986 10,290 5,440 10,230 15,640
1987 10,010 5,910 10,530 16,110
1988 9,820 6,590 10,880 16,600
1989 9,220 7,200 11,010 16,590
1990 8,990 7,160 10,970 16,440
1991 9,170 6,630 10,800 16,200
1992 9,000 6,940 10,950 16,620
1993 8,840 7,620 11,018 16,770
1994 8,640 8,050 11,490 17,290
1995 8,630 7,890 11,730 17,430
1996 8,610 8,500 11,960 17,990
1997 8,610 9,160 12,130 18,270
1998 8,390 9,760 12,480 18,400
1999 8,110 9,910 12,890 19,100
2000P 8,130 10,050 12,990 19,130

1 Total end use consumption by transportation, residential, commercial, and industrial sectors.

KEY: P = preliminary.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Review 2000, tables 5.1 and 5.12c, available at http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/aer/contents.html.