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Company Level Imports

With Data for June 2015   |  Release Date:  August 31, 2015   |  Next Release Date: September 30, 2015   |   XLS     

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June 2015 Import Highlights

Monthly data on the origins of crude oil imports in June 2015 show that two countries, Canada and Saudi Arabia, exported more than one million barrels per day to the United States (see table below). The top five exporting countries accounted for 81% of United States crude oil imports in June while the top ten sources accounted for approximately 96% of all U.S. crude oil imports. The top five sources of U.S. crude oil imports for June were Canada (3,012 thousand barrels per day), Saudi Arabia (1,076 thousand barrels per day), Mexico (785 thousand barrels per day), Venezuela (700 thousand barrels per day), and Colombia (376 thousand barrels per day). The remaining top ten sources, in order, were Kuwait (314 thousand barrels per day), Brazil (234 thousand barrels per day), Ecuador (231 thousand barrels per day), Iraq (214 thousand barrels per day), and Angola (101 thousand barrels per day). Total crude oil imports averaged 7,304 thousand barrels per day in June, which was an increase of 59 thousand barrels per day from imports during May 2015.

Canada remained the largest exporter of total petroleum to the United States in June; exporting 3,618 thousand barrels per day. The second largest exporter of total petroleum was Saudi Arabia with 1,077 thousand barrels per day.

Crude oil imports (Top 15 countries)


(thousand barrels per day)
Country Jun-15 May-15 YTD 2015 Jun-14 YTD 2014
CANADA 3,012 2,908 3,132 2,752 2,737
SAUDI ARABIA 1,076 1,207 1,040 1,017 1,358
MEXICO 785 587 715 730 792
VENEZUELA 700 850 751 701 722
COLOMBIA 376 525 423 203 280
KUWAIT 314 222 250 355 367
BRAZIL 234 98 177 130 105
ECUADOR 231 162 217 138 180
IRAQ 214 283 201 529 338
ANGOLA 101 94 94 159 116
CHAD 63 77 74 64 42
ALGERIA 35 - 6 15 8
AZERBAIJAN 35 - 6 - 12
INDONESIA 33 64 26 15 16
CONGO (BRAZZAVILLE) 20 13 12 21 4

Total imports of petroleum (Top 15 countries)


(thousand barrels per day)
Country Jun-15 May-15 YTD 2015 Jun-14 YTD 2014
CANADA 3,618 3,557 3,795 3,237 3,255
SAUDI ARABIA 1,077 1,210 1,052 1,017 1,372
MEXICO 856 663 787 777 850
VENEZUELA 757 897 802 747 772
RUSSIA 475 337 370 274 336
COLOMBIA 377 535 438 210 311
KUWAIT 314 222 251 355 369
BRAZIL 255 108 190 143 125
ECUADOR 237 169 223 138 183
IRAQ 214 283 201 529 338
INDIA 163 96 111 68 96
UNITED KINGDOM 134 130 112 97 132
ALGERIA 126 150 109 147 93
ANGOLA 113 119 109 166 131
BELGIUM 107 77 69 75 64

Note: The data in the tables above exclude oil imports into the U.S. territories.

Crude oil imports from Persian Gulf 2015 (January - June)

Explanatory notes

Sources  - U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) petroleum imports data are available at the company level. The data source is the Form EIA-814, "Monthly Imports Report."

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