According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), Russia ranked second in total petroleum shipments to the U.S. in June 2021, with deliveries totalling 25.43 million barrels, TASS reports.
Canada leads the list of petroleum exports to the United States in June, with 137.57 million barrels, followed by Mexico (23.65 mln barrels).
Russian petroleum products make up the majority of supplies to the United States. Crude oil exports were just 8.47 million barrels. Russia comes in fourth in terms of oil exports, behind only Canada (120.49 million barrels), Mexico, and Saudi Arabia.
Russian crude oil and petroleum product exports to the United States increased by 53.7 percent year on year in June 2021, with oil supplies alone increasing by 3.7 times.
At the same time, Russian petroleum shipments fell by 2.6 percent month on month in May of this year.
The U.S. imported 198.051 million barrels of crude oil in June 2021, up 17.4 million barrels from the previous month.