The footnote mentions how crude oil exports are restricted. According to the table, the only unrefined crude exported was to Canada (in each month of 2008).
But if we're going for complete accuracy, according to the Energy Information Agency (EIA):
US production of crude in 2007: 5.1m bbls/day
US imports of crude in 2007: 13.4m bbls/day
2007 Imports Breakdown:
approx 6m bbls/day from OPEC countries,
approx 7.5m bbls/day from non-OPEC countries
.....of which, 2.2m bbls/day comes from the Persian Gulf,
and 2.4m bbls/day comes from Canada
US consumption of crude in 2007: 20.7m bbls/day
US exports of petroleum products in 2007: 1.4m bbls/day,
....of which 27,000 bbls/day was unrefined
crude oil, all of it to Canada.
As to Puerto Rico, according to the EIA, we exported 9,000 bbl/day of processed petroleum products in 2007.
The Fox report was wrong.
All of this is available in the tables at that link to the EIA. (http://tonto.eia.doe.gov/dnav/pet/pe...X_mbblpd_a.htm
) You just have to pick products, destination, or the tabs at the top for imports, exports, consumption, etc., and whether you want the info monthly, monthly in bbls/day, annually, or annually in bbls/day.
To put our consumption of oil into perspective, Total North American consumption in 2006 was approx. 24.8m bbls/day, Europe & "Eurasia" together consumed approximately 20.5m bbls/day, Central & South America together consumed 5m bbls/day, the Middle East consumed 6m bbls/day, Africa consumed 2.8m bbls/day, China consumed 7.5m bbls/day, total Asia/Pacific (including China) consumed 24.6m bbls/day.
China is the #2 consumer of oil behind the US, and surpassed Japan for the #2 spot in 2003.
This info came from the BP Statistical Review of World Energy, 2007 (the data comes from the EIA).