The U.S. currently harvests enough coal to meet their demand with enough left over for exportation. Roughly 60% of the oil used by the U.S. is imported from sources outside the country.
To add to djstam, the US imports about 12% of its natural gas consumption. The amount of coal exported is pretty small, 60,000,000 tons out of 1,048,000,000 tons consumed (about 6%).
The US imports about 85% of the uranium used in nuclear power plants.
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