The table compares fifteen countries in the field of overall number of imports crude oil per day in US from 2007 to 2008.
Overall, all mentioned features of US crude oil imports varied markedly. While US energy information administration accounted Canada as the highest exporter, Azerbaijan was noted as the least crude oil exporter in a-two year statistic.
Turning to the details, in 2007, 116 thousand barrels of USA crude oil imported from Azerbaijan while Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Venezuela and Nigeria supplied US crude oil by more than 1100 thousand barrels. Standing in contrast with Kuwait and Chad, the seven others countries exported crude oil by under 550 thousand barrels per day, then under 200 thousand barrels US crude oil came from Kuwait and Chad.
A more detailed look at the table compares that the overall imports in numbers was not always similar. Between June and July 2008, Iraq coming sixth county exporter reached to approximately 700 thousand barrels crude oil each month. However, the nine countries exports crude oil in a range of 107 to 640 thousand barrels towards US.