.Proven oil reserves in the United States are 21 billion barrels (3.3×10^9 m3), excluding the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. The U.S. Department of the Interior estimates the total volume of undiscovered, technically recoverable prospective resources in all areas of the United States, including the Federal Outer Continental Shelf, the 1002 area of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska, and the Bakken Formation, total 134 billion barrels (21.3×10^9 m3) of crude oil. This excludes oil shale reserves, as there is no significant commercial production of oil from oil shale in the United States
US proven reserves are 134 billion barrels. We consume 7 billion barrels a year. How many years worth of oil is that? Can you do the math?
You are not one of those faith based wackos that believes oil is being created faster than we use it, are you?
We are in this mess because of ignorant people like you.