How much coal, oil, and natural gas has the U.S. imported from Russia in recent years?

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The Politicus
Mar 08, 2022 06:00 PM 0 Answers
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This morning, President Biden announced an executive order banning imports of fossil fuels from Russia. From the White House fact sheet (emphasis added):

Today, President Biden will sign an Executive Order (E.O.) to ban the import of Russian oil, liquefied natural gas, and coal to the United States – a significant action with widespread bipartisan support that will further deprive President Putin of the economic resources he uses to continue his needless war of choice.

The announcement gives an estimate of oil imports from last year (emphasis added):

Last year, the U.S. imported nearly 700,000 barrels per day of crude oil and refined petroleum products from Russia

However this doesn't cover prior years, and doesn't include coal and natural gas.

How much coal, oil, and natural gas has the U.S. imported from Russia in recent years?

I am looking for the physical quantity (especially relative to other imports and domestic production), but a dollar value would be of interest as well.

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