Total exports more than doubled since 2010; Canada drops from 92% of U.S. exports to 58%
Rising production from shale formations has fundamentally changed the U.S. petroleum products trade.

After being flat for many years, exports of both crude oil and refined products have doubled in the last six years, according to a note released today by the EIA.

U.S. crude oil traveling to new countries
The ban on exporting U.S. crude was lifted at the end of 2015, allowing U.S. crude to travel around the world to new markets. While Canada remain...


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