U.S. Energy Information Administration ----- Energy trade between Mexico and the United States has historically been driven by Mexico's sales of crude oil to the United States and by U.S. net exports of refined petroleum products to Mexico.
Through 2014, Mexico's exports of crude oil to the United States were the most valuable component of bilateral energy trade, with the overall value of Mexico's U.S. crude oil sales far exceeding the value of U.S. net sales of petroleum products, primarily gasoline and diesel fuel, to Mexico. From 2006 through 2010, for example, the value of U.S. energy imports from Mexico were two to three times greater than the value of U.S. energy exports to Mexico. For more information on U.S. energy trade with Mexico : U.S. export value more than twice import value in 2016 click on the picture below to read more from EIA.
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