Oil exports from Russia to the United States fell more than 12 times in April

Oil exports (without petroleum products) from Russia to the United States in April fell more than 12 times in monthly terms, to 396 thousand barrels, the Russian Federation fell to the 16th place in the ranking of the largest oil suppliers in the United States, according to the energy information administration of the United States Department of Energy (EIA).

In March, Russia ranked 7th, delivering 4.888 million barrels of oil to the United States. In April, Canada remained in the first place, followed by Mexico, Saudi Arabia, and other countries.
As for the total export of oil and petroleum products to the United States, Russia has fallen to fourth place, having delivered 12.233 million barrels in April 2020. In March, Russia was in third place. The April figure fell by 38.9% every month.

Canada remained in first place in terms of exports of oil and petroleum products to the United States in April, delivering 122.644 million barrels, while Mexico remained in second place, exporting 18.932 million barrels to the United States. Saudi Arabia overtook Russia and took third place, delivering 12.926 million barrels.

Overall, imports of oil and petroleum products to the United States in April fell by 13.3% to 7.236 million barrels per day, while exports fell by 12.2% to 8.452 million per day. At the same time, imports of oil only to the United States in the reporting month decreased by 12.3% – to 5.52 million barrels per day, and exports – by 13.5% to 3.077 million barrels per day.