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US Crude Exports

Consumers are among the first to benefit from free trade, and crude oil is no exception. Gasoline costs are tied to a global market; additional crude oil exports could help increase supplies, put downward pressure on the prices at the pump and create more jobs right here at home. Access to customers abroad could drive significant new investment in U.S. production, helping to strengthen our energy security. Now that the U.S. is poised to become the world’s largest oil producer, the economic case for exports is clear.

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US crude production higher if exports allowed

U.S. Crude Oil Production will be Higher if Exports are Allowed

Weighted average US wholesale product price impacts

Weighted Average U.S. Wholesale Product Price Impacts

Crude oil exports benefits by state, table

Crude Exports State-by-State Benefits