United States exports of noncrude petroleum products increased for the 13th straight year in 2014, the Energy Information Administration said in a report on March 5, 2015. The U.S. averaged 3.8 MMBOPD in 2014 – an increase of approximately 10% from 2013. The overwhelming majority of the product remained in the western hemisphere, being sent to various ports in both North and South America. Most gasoline exports are merely shipped across the border to customers in Mexico and Canada.

Gasoline exports typically peak near the end of each fiscal ...


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