US crude imports from Non-OPEC countries peaked 10 years before tight oil boom

In part 3 of this series on the impact of US tight oil, we look at US crude oil imports from Non-OPEC countries. Excluding Canada – which is a special case due to its integration into the North American oil market – these imports peaked in 2002, long before the tight oil boom started.

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