The US is the world’s largest consumer of manufactured goods.
It produces the bulk of the worlds most common consumer goods: clothing, footwear, household items, foodstuffs, electronics, medical equipment, and more.
It is the only nation that consumes so much manufactured goods and uses them so much that it is an economic powerhouse.
But it also consumes a lot of natural resources, like water and minerals, and it is one of the most carbon-intensive economies in the world.
The United States has also long been one of America’s largest consumers of oil and gas.
This means that it produces the majority of the US’s crude oil.
In fact, it is the nation with the highest crude oil consumption per capita in the entire world.
In 2017, the US accounted for approximately a third of the total global consumption of oil.
But in the first quarter of 2018, that consumption grew by a stunning 60 percent to $9.4 trillion.
US oil consumption has been on a roll over the past few years.
It increased by a whopping 74 percent between 2015 and 2016.
And by 2019, it was up another 39 percent to an astonishing $12.2 trillion.
Yet despite its increasing consumption, the United States still had an oil production of just 2.8 million barrels per day.
That is the equivalent of 1.4 billion barrels.
That number is so low, it has been used by the media to argue that the United Kingdom is producing more oil than the US, that the US is “getting rich” and that we need to increase our consumption.
This is a completely false claim.
US production of oil was around 2.7 million barrels in 2018, which was just over 0.3 percent of global oil consumption.
By 2020, US production had dropped to 2.1 million barrels.
And yet the US was still producing more than any other nation on earth, with a total of 3.7 billion barrels of oil equivalent.
This represents a dramatic increase in US oil production.
The reason the United State was able to grow so much in terms of production is because of two things: a) its relatively stable and stable price environment and b) its high investment level.
Oil is a relatively stable commodity.
It can be bought and sold with confidence.
It has low volatility, so it can be easily traded, and the price of crude oil is volatile as well.
And it is cheap, which means that its cost to produce is low.
When the price is low, demand is low and prices rise.
The more stable the price environment, the more oil companies can produce, the greater the potential for production.
And the more stable price of oil, the easier it is for producers to produce oil.
As a result, oil prices are relatively stable.
It’s not as if oil is cheap everywhere, it’s not cheap in every place, and not cheap at all.
But when oil is low in places like the Middle East, it can make a huge difference.
And as the price falls in the Middle States, it reduces demand.
This in turn lowers oil production and lowers prices.
And because oil prices have been falling, US producers have been able to keep producing at higher volumes.
And this has made the US one of world’s biggest producers of oil again.
It also means that, because of the low oil prices, US oil producers are also able to export more oil to other countries, which in turn makes the United US even more dependent on foreign oil.
This dependence on foreign sources of oil is what has created the greatest economic disparity between the United Sates oil production, the world and the rest of the planet.
The economic gap between the US and other nations has grown to a whopping $10.7 trillion per year.
In the year 2020, the difference between the price the US receives from the world compared to that of other nations is $2.9 trillion.
This, in turn, means that the price difference between US oil and other oil-producing nations is growing by an enormous 40 percent.
This economic disparity is what allows the United states to continue to consume more oil at a time when it is in dire economic straits.
The reality is that we have been importing oil for a long time.
This imports has been the source of much of the problems that the country has experienced in the past.
For instance, the price that we pay for our oil has been so high for so long that the cost of production for other nations of oil has increased tremendously.
This has led to a significant increase in the cost for Americans.
This increased cost has also made it more difficult for Americans to purchase their oil at lower prices.
The result has been an ever-increasing amount of oil being produced in the United