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Foreign Sources of Crude Oil Imports to California 2005
(Note: Data are preliminary and subject to revision.)


graph of sources of foreign crude oil sources to California

Source Barrels of Crude Oil in 2005 Percentage of Total Foreign Imports Percentage of Total Crude Oil in California
From All Sources*
Saudi Arabia 95,507,000 34.84% 14.16%
Ecuador 67,705,000 24.70% 10.04%
Iraq 34,160,000 12.46% 5.07%
Mexico 19,316,000 7.05% 2.86%
Angola 12,912,000 4.71% 1.91%
Brazil 12,474,000 4.55% 1.85%
Argentina 6,213,000 2.27% 0.92%
Canada 4,942,000 1.80% 0.73%
Columbia 4,180,000 1.52% 0.62%
Oman 2,985,000 1.09% 0.44%
Others 13,707,000 5.00% 2.03%
Total Foreign Sources 274,101,000 100.0% 40.65%
*   Total crude oil received by refineries from all sources includes in-state, Alaska and foreign sources. Total barrels in 2005: 674,276,000. (See other chart for more details.)

Source: Energy Information Administration. Please note that total of foreign oil receipts to refineries will not exactly match that shown on other pages. The Petroleum Industry Information Reporting Act (PIIRA) data gives the breakdown by foreign, California and Alaska but not the foreign countries.






 


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