Mexico ranks third largest crude oil exporter to the U.S..
The U.S. government said. Mexico's crude oil exports to the United States is the third largest. Behind Canada and Saudi Arabia.
A report from the U.S. Government's Energy Information Agency (EIA) indicate that energy turnover between Mexico and the United States reached 6.5 billion in 2555, representing 13% of total trade value of 4.94 billion in the two countries.
Crude oil and petroleum products accounted for nearly all of the energy trade between the two countries. Crude from Mexico accounted for 11.4% of total U.S. crude oil imports.
U.S. crude oil refinery in the high-density imported from Mexico a lot. And exporter of oil is less dense than gasoline and diesel as back to Mexico.
Mexico is the ninth-largest oil exporter in the world in the year 2555 and is the third largest exporter of oil to the Western Hemisphere. Xinhua News Agency reported