U.S. Oil Imports From Africa Are Down 90 PercentBy
The U.S. used to be the world’s biggest consumer of African oil, importing about a quarter of the continent’s total exports. Now it’s barely taking any at all. Since 2010 the U.S. has cut the amount of oil it imports from African countries by 90 percent, from an average of roughly 2 million barrels per day to about 170,000.
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