According to the US Government's Energy Information Administration, the United States consumes about 400 million gallons (1.51 billion litres) of gasoline every day. That figure equates to about 20 million barrels of oil every day.
Rank, Country, Proved reserves (billion barrels)
1. Saudi Arabia, 264.3
2. Canada, 178.8
3. Iran, 132.5
4. Iraq, 115.0
5. Kuwait, 101.5
6. United Arab Emirates, 97.8
7. Venezuela, 79.7
8. Russia, 60.0
9. Libya, 39.1
10. Nigeria, 35.9
11. United States, 21.4
12. China, 18.3
13. Qatar, 15.2
14. Mexico, 12.9
15. Algeria, 11.4
16. Brazil, 11.2
17. Kazakhstan, 9.0
18. Norway , 7.7
19. Azerbaijan, 7.0
20. India, 5.8
Top 20 countries: 1224.5 (95%) Rest of world: 68.1 (5%) World total: 1,292.6
Source: Oil & Gas Journal, Vol. 103, No. 47 (Dec. 19, 2005). From: U.S. Energy Information Administration. http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/international/petroleu.html .
The US is the top consumer of oil in the world. About 9.6 million barrels of oil are consumed each day (not just for cars) in the US, so on average (divided by about 300,000,00) each person consumes about0.0653barrels per day.
because they dnt have much oil for their use
About one billion dollars every day on imported oil!
In the US, about 20,680,000 barrels per day.
The US is currently importing about 1,900,000 barrels of oil per day from Canada.
in the US we use 21 barrels a day
14 gigabarrels daily
US at about 20,000,000 barrels of oil daily.
Approximately 1.2 million barrels of crude oil per day.
For the US, the average is somewhere between 15 barrels a day and 30 barrels a day, but some are producing much more.
18 - 20 million bbl/day
somewhere around 5,100,000 barrels a day.
about 66% a day
In 2009, the US had an average petroleum consumption of 18,686,000 barrels per day.
The US uses a lot of oil because there are millions of cars in this country. There are also millions of motors that are not in cars that also use oil. There are several products that are made with oil as well.
2,149 barrels per day according to the US Dpt. of Energy
I believe it is around 90,000 barrels a day. The US uses about 20 million per day. I do not have a reference on this unfortunately.
The US produces about 10% of the worlds oil which is about 8 million barrels per day.See related link.
The US needs an average of 6.89 billion barrels of oil per year. It is to sustain the average usage of 18.89 million barrels of oil needed per day.
The USA produces about 8 million barrels per day, which is the 3rd biggest oil producer in the World.
hydroelectriity costs 2 to 5 us cents and oil costs 100 dollars a barrel
If it did, we wouldn't be importing so much.
The US produces about 5 million barrels of crude oil per day.
The US produces about 4.95 million barrels of crude oil each day.