Russia Became the Second Largest Energy Supplier in United States
The peak of supplies came precisely in October, when the United States bought 20.9 million barrels. Russian oil and fuel. Canada (136.5 million barrels) retained the first place by export by a wide margin, deliveries from Mexico amounted to 17 million barrels, and from Saudi Arabia - 13.7 million barrels. But in November, Russia delivered 19.2 million barrels, and Mexico - 21.2 million barrels.
In October, energy exports to the United States became a record for Russia over the past eight years: the country supplied more only in November 2011, long before the accession of Crimea and US sanctions, Caracas Capital analysts said in a report. Russia increased supplies to the United States, mainly due to petroleum products: in October 2019, they grew 2.5 times (compared with the beginning of the year), to 16 million barrels.