US Oil crude oil production is just short of 9 million barrels per day at 8.95 million barrels per day and combined with natural gas liquids is at 12 million barrels per day.
US crude oil production is now higher than every week in the 1980s other than weeks in May and June in 1985.
US Oil production was over 9 million barrels per day from 1969 to 1973.
The peak was in 1970 with 9.67 million barrels per day.
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