The United States have burgeoned as a key energy supplier amid Russia’s war in Ukraine, with petroleum product exports doubling from 2010-2022, and the Energy Information Administration (EIA) is expecting this growth to continue. 

Oil exports

In the past year of a major global energy reshuffling, average U.S. petroleum product exports grew 7% to 5.97 million b/d from 5.57 million b/d in 2021. 

“The high volume of U.S. petroleum product exports in 2022 also reflected longer-term growth trends,” EIA researchers said. 

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