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Table EP.1 Energy-related products: U.S. exports and general imports, by selected trading partners, 2012–16

 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2015-16 2015-16
U.S. exports of domestic merchandise:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
    Canada
18,718
25,068
33,663
21,829
15,776
-6,053
-27.7
    Mexico
24,057
23,437
24,048
18,441
20,489
2,048
11.1
    Saudi Arabia
131
182
216
180
171
-9
-4.9
    Venezuela
3,526
2,878
2,975
2,397
1,740
-657
-27.4
    Colombia
3,566
5,378
6,179
4,537
3,048
-1,488
-32.8
    Russia
113
95
91
51
63
12
23.5
    Brazil
7,494
6,780
7,571
3,934
5,069
1,135
28.9
    Netherlands
11,623
11,632
9,840
5,799
5,783
-17
-0.3
    Iraq
7
13
15
11
10
(a)
-2.7
    Ecuador
2,728
3,517
3,970
2,785
1,957
-827
-29.7
    All other
69,989
74,174
70,792
47,898
43,751
-4,146
-8.7
        Total domestic exports
141,952
153,154
159,361
107,860
97,858
-10,002
-9.3
Re-exports
1,427
1,308
1,805
1,843
1,556
-287
-15.6
Total U.S. exports (domestic and re-exports)
143,379
154,463
161,165
109,703
99,414
-10,289
-9.4
U.S. general imports:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
    Canada
103,792
110,230
117,928
70,772
55,053
-15,719
-22.2
    Mexico
39,816
34,813
30,282
13,674
8,727
-4,947
-36.2
    Saudi Arabia
54,414
50,661
45,930
20,629
15,736
-4,892
-23.7
    Venezuela
37,479
30,915
29,059
14,821
10,416
-4,406
-29.7
    Colombia
17,668
15,386
11,964
8,147
7,585
-562
-6.9
    Russia
22,212
20,475
14,820
9,380
8,297
-1,083
-11.6
    Brazil
9,285
5,761
6,367
4,546
2,718
-1,828
-40.2
    Netherlands
5,535
4,100
3,745
1,937
1,844
-94
-4.8
    Iraq
19,259
13,292
13,702
4,340
5,961
1,621
37.4
    Ecuador
7,088
8,844
7,285
4,306
3,380
-926
-21.5
    All other
111,687
89,664
70,543
41,517
38,329
-3,188
-7.7
        Total general imports
428,235
384,142
351,626
194,068
158,045
-36,023
-18.6

Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2016 (accessed March 27, 2017).

Note: Import values are based on customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. The countries shown are those with the largest total U.S. trade (U.S. general imports plus U.S. domestic exports) in these products in the current year.

a Less than $500,000.

Table EP.2 Energy-related products: Leading changes in U.S. exports and imports, 2012–16

 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
USITC code and industry/commodity group 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2015-16 2015-16
U.S. domestic exports:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
    Increases:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
        EP006        Natural gas and components
9,244
13,010
17,879
11,990
13,787
1,797
15.0
    Decreases:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
        EP005        Petroleum products
110,990
119,954
118,001
79,670
69,692
-9,979
-12.5
        EP003        Coal, coke, and related chemical products
17,551
13,703
10,285
6,956
5,614
-1,343
-19.3
        EP002        Nuclear materials
1,518
1,111
1,015
802
456
-346
-43.1
        EP004        Crude petroleum
2,415
5,019
11,617
8,201
8,124
-77
-0.9
        EP001        Electrical energy
233
356
564
241
186
-55
-22.9
U.S. general imports:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
    Increases:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
        EP002        Nuclear materials
4,171
3,846
3,178
2,826
3,440
614
21.7
    Decreases:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
        EP004        Crude petroleum
315,820
273,836
246,969
126,064
101,848
-24,216
-19.2
        EP005        Petroleum products
92,564
89,198
79,764
51,516
41,084
-10,432
-20.2
        EP006        Natural gas and components
11,481
13,036
17,070
9,454
8,008
-1,446
-15.3
        EP003        Coal, coke, and related chemical products
2,285
1,797
1,975
1,746
1,455
-291
-16.7
        EP001        Electrical energy
1,914
2,429
2,670
2,462
2,211
-251
-10.2

Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2016 (accessed March 27, 2017).

Note: Import values are based on customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.