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U.S. oil production has been trending downward for several decades. In recent years increased production in the Gulf of Mexico has offset declining production in the continental U.S. Canada, Venezuela, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and Mexico continue to account for over 60% of United States crude oil imports.
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