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English: United States petroleum production and imports, 1920 to 2005; data from the w:Energy Information Administration of the w:United States Department of Energy
Date 8 August 2006
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(Original text : self-made using Excel from data published by the Energy Information Administration of the Department of Energy)
Author David Moe RockyMtnGuy. Original uploader was RockyMtnGuy at en.wikipedia
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