As I mentioned in my original post, MOST of the value comes from legal protection and eminent domain land purchases.
For example, Bush's Energy law included a provision that prevents anyone from suing gas station owners from leaks that have contaminated local communities. This one provision is worth hundreds of billions and doesn't show up on the federal budget.
Most of the direct benefit actually comes from tax breaks which don't show in the budget.
Most of the real cost is not directly related to DIRECT subsidies. Most of the benefit comes from repairing the damage these energy sources do to health and environment. Look at how much the EPA spends to clean up oil related environmental damage.
Next, the federal government is not the ONLY source of subsidies. States provide roughly equivalent subsidies.
Finally, you say my number is crazy??? The EU countries also subsidize oil but no where near as much since they also tax the final product... The EU fuel cost is around $9 a gallon...