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In 2019, the United States produced a total of 12.2 million barrels per day (mmbd) of crude oil from state onshore and Federal offshore operations. Texas produced the most petroleum by far, at 5.1 mmbd, followed by Federal offshore operations in the Gulf of Mexico with 1.9 mmbd. North Dakota had the second highest production among the states, at 1.4 mmbd. Eighteen states and the District of Columbia produced no crude oil in 2019.

Graph showing crude oil production by state in 2019. Texas produced 5.1 million barrels per day while Federal Offshore Operations in the Gulf of Mexico produced 1.9 mmbd.

Source: Energy Information Administration, Petroleum Supply Monthly, February 2020, Table 26.

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