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    Most U.S. motor gasoline exports go to Mexico

    U.S. motor gasoline imports, as explained in the article text
    Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Petroleum Supply Monthly

    More than half of all U.S. motor gasoline exports went to Mexico in 2017. Changes to Mexico’s retail gasoline and diesel fuel markets, combined with low utilization of Mexico’s petroleum refineries, resulted in increased gasoline imports from the United States. Although Mexico is a relatively large crude oil producer, Mexico relies on imports of gasoline from the United States to meet domestic demand.

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