Overview: In April 2021 United Kingdom's Crude Petroleum exports accounted up to £626M and imports accounted up to £1.26B, resulting in a negative trade balance of £634M. Between April 2020 and April 2021 the exports of United Kingdom's Crude Petroleum have decreased by £-243M (-28%) from £869M to £626M, while imports increased by £567M (81.8%) from £693M to £1.26B.
Destinations: In April 2021, Crude Petroleum were exported mostly to China (£290M), Netherlands (£149M), Norway (£86.2M), Canada (£28.6M), and Italy (£28.6M), and were imported mostly from World (£677M), United States (£281M), Russia (£100M), Libya (£77.3M), and Saudi Arabia (£50.3M).
Growth: In April 2021, the decrease in Crude Petroleum's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by a decrease in exports to Netherlands (£-311M or -67.6%), Germany (£-85.5M or -78.6%), and Sweden (£-14.9M or -87.9%). In April 2021, the increase in Crude Petroleum's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by an increase in imports from World (£391M or 137%), United States (£20.7M or 7.94%), and Russia (£11.1M or 12.5%).