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The majority of U.S. refining capacity is on the Gulf Coast. Refineries there receive a combination of domestic and Canadian crude via pipeline, as well as waterborne imports from all over the world. The crude oil is converted into gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, and miscellaneous other products.
Of the 15 million barrels per day (BPD) of crude oil that U.S. refineries currently process, the Gulf Coast refines about 8.4 million BPD (56%). But that is a mismatch with regional demand for petroleum products.
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