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U.S.' top three oil suppliers see their share of market go up
U.S.' top three oil suppliers see their share of market go up

Although U.S. imports of crude oil are down overall, the share of oil from the nation's top three suppliers soared to its highest levels in four decades in 2013, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Canada, Saudi Arabia and Mexico accounted for about 61% of total net U.S. oil imports last year, up from 55% the year before, the agency said. That's their biggest share since at least 1973. PHOTOS: World's most expensive cities "These three countries provided almost three out of every five barrels of oil imported into the U.S. market last year," the report said. But that share increase is mostly due to the declining U.S. reliance on foreign...

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