In the past three years, the U.S. has exported more energy products to Mexico than it imports. That’s a reversal from just a few years ago.

Historically, energy trading between Mexico and the U.S. was characterized by Mexican sales of crude oil to the U.S. and American sales of refined petroleum products to Mexico.

US-Mexico Imports-Exports

Through 2014, the EIA said, Mexico’s crude oil exports were the most valuable component of energy trade. Crude oil sales to the U.S. exceeded the value of U.S. net sales of products such as gasoline...


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