Crude Petroleum in United States

EXPORTS (2018): $45.5B, World Rnk 7 / 120
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TOP DESTINATION (2018): $9.74B, Canada

FASTEST GROWING IN MARKET (2017 - 2018): $4.37B, South Korea

IMPORTS (2018): $140B, World Rnk 2 / 148
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TOP ORIGIN (2018): $63.5B, Canada

FASTEST GROWING ORIGIN (2017 - 2018): $10.2B, Canada

ECONOMIC COMPLEXITY of United States (2018): 1.57, Rnk 9 / 137

PRODUCT COMPLEXITY  IN Crude Petroleum (2018): -2.84, Rnk 1018 / 1018

Exports: In 2018, United States exported $45.5B in Crude Petroleum, making it the 7th largest exporter of Crude Petroleum in the world. At the same year, Crude Petroleum was the 4th most exported product in United States. The main destination of Crude Petroleum exports from United States are: Canada ($9.74B), China ($5.51B), South Korea ($5.13B), United Kingdom ($3.71B), and India ($3.38B).

The fastest growing export markets for Crude Petroleum of United States between 2017 and 2018 were South Korea ($4.37B), Canada ($3.09B), and India ($2.9B).

Imports: In 2018, United States imported $140B in Crude Petroleum, becoming the 2nd largest importer of Crude Petroleum in the world. At the same year, Crude Petroleum was the 2nd most imported product in United States. United States imports Crude Petroleum primarily from: Canada ($63.5B), Saudi Arabia ($19B), Iraq ($10.5B), Venezuela ($9.56B), and Nigeria ($5.11B).

The fastest growing import markets in Crude Petroleum for United States between 2017 and 2018 were Canada ($10.2B), Saudi Arabia ($2.78B), and United Kingdom ($1.02B).

Value

EXPORTS (2018): $45.5B

IMPORTS (2018): $140B

NET TRADE (2018): -$94.3B

In 2018, United States exported $45.5B in Crude Petroleum. The main destinations of United States exports on Crude Petroleum were Canada ($9.74B), China ($5.51B), South Korea ($5.13B), United Kingdom ($3.71B), and India ($3.38B).

In 2018, United States imported $140B in Crude Petroleum, mainly from Canada ($63.5B), Saudi Arabia ($19B), Iraq ($10.5B), Venezuela ($9.56B), and Nigeria ($5.11B).

IN 2018, United States HAD A POSITIVE NET TRADE IN Crude Petroleum WITH:

  • China, $5.51B ($5.51B - $0)
  • South Korea, $5.13B ($5.13B - $0)
  • Chinese Taipei, $3.18B ($3.18B - $0)

IN 2018, United States HAD A NEGATIVE NET TRADE IN Crude Petroleum WITH:

  • Canada, -$53.8B ($9.74B - $63.5B)
  • Saudi Arabia, -$19B ($0 - $19B)
  • Iraq, -$10.5B ($0 - $10.5B)
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THE FASTEST GROWING Crude Petroleum EXPORT MARKETS FOR United States WERE (2017 - 2018):

THE FASTEST DECLINING MARKETS FOR THE EXPORT OF Crude Petroleum BY United States WERE (2017 - 2018):

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In 2018, United States's main exporting competitors in Crude Petroleum were:

In 2018, United States's main importing competitors in Crude Petroleum were:

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Tariffs by Country

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In 2017, the tariffs for Crude Petroleum in the imports of United States were of 0% around the world.

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