California Isn't Feeling U.S. Oil Boom as OPEC Dependence Grows

  • State sourced a record 52% of its crude from overseas in 2015
  • Falling in-state and Alaska production is driving imports

The shale oil boom that cut U.S. crude imports by 32 percent in a decade isn’t being felt out west as California grows increasingly dependent on Middle East supplies.

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