The EIA reports that imports of light-sweet and light-sour grade crude to the Gulf Coast is now almost nonexistent
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported today that imports of light-sweet and light-sour crude to the United States Gulf of Mexico have declined to the point of being nearly nonexistent. The administration’s note says the increase in U.S. shale and tight crude oil production has resulted in a drastic decrease in crude oil imports to the Gulf Coast area.

Beginning in 2010, improvements to the crude distribution ...


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