Republic of Dixie: Projected Crude Oil Production (2011)

Dixie

H/T Chuck Thompson

If the Blue States get Oprah and Harvard’s Department of African-American Studies, the Red States walk away with +82.7% of U.S. crude oil production, and the South alone can walk away with 58.3% of U.S. crude oil production.

Annual Thousand Barrels

Gulf Coast Offshore – 480,574
Texas – 532,487
Oklahoma – 74,645
Louisiana – 68,939
Arkansas – 5,877
Alabama – 8,374
Mississippi – 24,245
Tennessee – 245
Missouri – 118
Kentucky – 2,323
Virginia – 11
West Virginia – 2,146
Florida – 2,023

Total 2011 U.S. Crude Oil Production: 2,061,286
Total 2011 U.S. South Crude Oil Production: 1,202,007
Percent of U.S. South Crude Oil Production: 58.3%

North Dakota – 152,985
Alaska – 204,829
Wyoming – 54,722

Percent of 2011 ND, AK, WY Crude Oil Production: 20%

Montana – 24,149
Utah – 26,307
Kansas – 41,500

Percent of 2011 UT, MT, KS Crude Oil Production: 4.4%

Note: The Gulf Coast accounts for 50% of America’s crude oil refining capacity.

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  • http://www.thewhitechrist.wordpress.com Fr. John+

    “If the Blue States get Oprah and Harvard’s Department of African-American Studies, the Red States walk away with +82.7% of U.S. crude oil production, and the South alone can walk away with 58.3% of U.S. crude oil production.”

    OK, now that was funny. I guffawed in the restaurant, and a few heads turned my way. Sometimes, HW, you are downright dangerous!

    (I’d say ell-0h-ell, but I know you don’t appreciate that… so I won’t)

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