US crude oil export at highest level in 15 years

The US crude oil export reached 268,000 barrels per day in April, the highest level in 15 years according to a report. Read on to learn which country received the oil.

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The export of US crude oil has increased significantly since early 2013, and in April the export reached the highest level in 15 years, says the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) in a report. The numbers for April are the latest ones available and they show an export of 268,000 barrels per day from the US to Canada. The oil comes primarily from the US Gulf, according to the EIA.

Crude oil exports from this region reached an average of 134,000 barrels per day in the first quarter of 2014, a 238 percent increase compared to the highest level in 2013, at 35,000 barrels per day.

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