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Blog, Maria Fadeeva, December 02, 2016 590

The global petroleum trade amounted to 609,168 million USD in 2015, showing strong fluctuations over the period under review. A 36% drop in 2009 was followed by recovery over the next four years, until exports decreased again.

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Blog, Anna Sergeeva, September 08, 2016 698

Prices on the USA oil products market have been falling in recent years, against tangible fluctuations in the price margin (the difference between the selling price of petroleum products and the crude oil price). The mid-2015 transient margin's increase did not result in the USA's marked output of petroleum products, which is already growing at a faster rate than domestic consumption. Export supply is insufficient to achieve a surplus output volume, which has generated a record increase in USA petroleum product reserves over the past eight years.

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Blog, Sergey Avramenko, July 18, 2016 407

The U.S. owns a 12% share (based on USD) of global petroleum exports, tied for first place in the world together with Russia (12%). In 2015, the U.S. exported 79.4 billion USD, 32% under the previous year. Overall, from 2007 to 2015, U.S. petroleum exports showed mixed dynamics. A significant drop in 2009 was followed by rocketing growth over the next four years, before losing its momentum in 2014. In 2015, there was a precipitous drop of the export value, clearly attributable to the sharp fall in oil prices.

 
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Blog, Sergey Avramenko, July 18, 2016 531

The U.S. has a 9% share (based on USD) of global petrochemical imports, which puts it in fourth place, trailing China (22%), Belgium (14%) and Germany (10%). In 2015, U.S. petrochemical imports totaled 1,821 million USD, which was 1,293 million USD (42%) less than the year before. U.S. petrochemical imports fluctuated wildly from 2007 to 2015. A dramatic fall in 2009 was followed by rocketing growth over the next two years, until imports decreased again through to 2013, before finally stabilizing in 2014. However, this leveling off quickly gave way to a precipitous drop in 2015.

Crude Petroleum And Natural Gas
Blog, Sergey Avramenko, July 13, 2016 381

The U.S. dominates in the global trade of industrial gas, accounting for an 18% share (based on USD) of world's exports. It was followed by China (11%), the United Arab Emirates (11%), and France (7%). In 2015, the U.S. exported 604 million USD, which was 11% over the previous year's value.