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Company Level Imports

With Data for June 2022   |  Release Date:  August 31, 2022   |  Next Release Date: September 30, 2022   |   XLS     

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June 2022 Import Highlights

Monthly data on the origins of crude oil imports in June 2022 show that one country, Canada, exported more than one million barrels per day to the United States (see table below). The top five exporting countries accounted for 85% 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 (3.8 million b/d), Mexico (646,000 b/d), Saudi Arabia (619,000 b/d), Iraq (235,000 b/d), and Colombia (206,000 b/d). The remaining top ten sources, in order, were Guyana (157,000 b/d), Brazil (153,000 b/d), Nigeria (147,000 b/d), Ecuador (131,000 b/d), and Libya ( 83,000 b/d). Total crude oil imports averaged 6.5 million b/d in June, which was an increase of 310,000 b/d from imports during May 2022.

Canada remained the largest exporter of total petroleum to the United States in June; exporting 4.3 million b/d. The second largest exporter of total petroleum was Mexico with 813,000 b/d.

Crude oil imports (Top 15 countries)


(thousand barrels per day)
Country Jun-22 May-22 YTD 2022 Jun-21 YTD 2021
Canada 3,814 3,684 3,831 4,016 3,722
Mexico 646 772 646 681 587
Saudi Arabia 619 412 480 436 292
Iraq 235 234 227 180 144
Colombia 206 275 232 176 189
Guyana 157 46 78 41 69
Brazil 153 92 117 109 61
Nigeria 147 158 91 181 111
Ecuador 131 187 127 118 158
Libya 83 54 78 103 85
Ghana 65 35 59 45 45
United Kingdom 54 29 29 83 41
Argentina 46 48 55 19 17
Angola 44 33 42 25 31
Kuwait 26 24 25 - 14

Total imports of petroleum (Top 15 countries)


(thousand barrels per day)
Country Jun-22 May-22 YTD 2022 Jun-21 YTD 2021
Canada 4,279 4,205 4,394 4,586 4,329
Mexico 813 938 819 788 693
Saudi Arabia 802 595 590 576 360
Iraq 335 303 268 180 149
Colombia 240 308 251 197 216
Brazil 205 150 157 157 99
Ecuador 182 212 150 153 174
Guyana 157 46 78 41 69
Nigeria 156 169 103 203 133
United Kingdom 142 128 92 154 91
Netherlands 118 113 92 161 142
India 107 104 79 111 97
Korea, South 94 141 118 137 135
Libya 83 54 78 105 86
Algeria 74 96 44 33 43

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

Crude oil imports from Persian Gulf 2016 (discontinued)

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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