U.S. Crude Oil Production by Year Chart 2012-2017

U.S. Crude Oil Production by Year Chart 2012-2017

This chart depicts U.S. domestic crude oil production by region from 2012 through 2017 in barrels per day. As you can see from the chart, the top three crude oil production regions for the U.S. are the Permian Basin, the Eagle Ford Shale region, and the Bakken.

In 2017, the Permian, Eagle Ford, & Bakken out produced all other production areas combined. The big three produced an average of 4,719,376 barrels of crude oil per day, while all the remaining production areas of the U.S. produced an average of 4,600,150 barrels per day.

The domestic crude oil production by region by year statistics are as follows:

Region 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Other 3,033,381 3,463,619 3,637,120 3,628,133 3,538,425 3,546,629
Haynesville 52,437 54,718 56,329 52,546 45,451 42,938
Appalachia 28,963 49,425 76,454 111,871 97,676 96,029
Niobrara 201,469 267,202 382,675 483,535 434,294 477,367
Anadarko 272,199 336,954 393,666 452,484 411,944 437,187
Bakken 685,176 889,690 1,117,186 1,212,580 1,056,021 1,092,425
Eagle Ford 630,105 1,048,650 1,457,733 1,589,609 1,251,518 1,182,513
Permian 1,188,109 1,355,742 1,631,837 1,877,242 2,021,671 2,444,438

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