By: Commodity HQ
April 03, 2013 at 08:59 AM EDT
A Visualization Of U.S. Crude Oil Consumption
The U.S. has long dominated crude oil consumption around the world, as the insatiable need for the fossil fuel has long powered the economy. According to EIA estimates, the U.S. gobbles up around 18.9 million barrels of oil each day, or about 7 billion per year, the highest such figures in the world. While the nation may be close to supporting itself in terms of domestic oil production, it still will not change the fact that the U.S. relies more heavily on crude than any other country in the world [for more oil news subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: How Big Oil Is Drilling For Cheap 5 Of The Biggest Oil Finds In History Time To Buy Oil? U.S. to Top Saudi Arabia’s Oil Production The World’s 5 Largest Oil Consumers
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