Fascinating interactive chart via Jon Udell:

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Oil Sources, Regional Breakdown:
click for regional breakdown

North America 1,648,765 33.56%
Africa 980,231 19.95%
Middle East 837,841 17.05%
South America 784,999 15.98%
Europe 567,152 11.54%
Asia 91,236 1.86%
Oceania 2,774 0.06%

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Source:
Where the oil comes from: Not from where I thought
Jon Udell
November 9, 2008

http://blog.jonudell.net/2008/11/09/where-the-oil-comes-from-not-from-where-i-thought/

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One Response to “US Oil Consumption by Region”

  1. ironman says:

    Here’s how that oil consumption breaks down per individual American, at least from 1982 to March 2008.