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Based on the latest federal estimates, if the U.S. stopped importing all oil and other petroleum products, how long would the nation's domestic petroleum resources last at the current consumption rate?

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The U.S. has enough petroleum resources to provide about 112 to 266 years of the nation's petroleum consumption at the 2011 consumption rate. This estimate excludes some resources located offshore and in certain other locations.

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