2017 US Domestic Crude Oil Production by Region Chart

Wednesday, March 28th, 2018

2017 US Domestic Crude Oil Production by Region Chart

In 2017, the Permian Basin dominated U.S. crude oil production, accounting for over a quarter of all domestic crude oil production. Crude production in the Permian Basin in 2017 was approximately 2,444,438 barrels per day, which amounted to 26% of the 9,319,526 barrels per day of total U.S. crude production.

The Eagle Ford shale region came in a distant second in domestic crude production, accounting for 13% of total U.S. production at 1,182,513 barrels per day. The Permian Basin and Eagle Ford combined accounted for almost 40% of all U.S. crude oil production.

2017 US Domestic Crude Oil Production by Region was as follows:

Region Production (bbl/d)
Anadarko 437,187
Appalachia 96,029
Bakken 1,092,425
Eagle Ford 1,182,513
Haynesville 42,938
Niobrara 477,367
Permian 2,444,438
Other 3,546,629

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