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Oil export from Mexico: Decrease in 2017

British Petroleum published that in 2017 the variable dropped by 7.1%. Oil export declined by 97.75 thousand barrels per day, contrarily to the previous year when it grew by 4.04%. It displays the all-time minimum since 1990. The overall changes for the prior 28 years attained a decline of 7.81%. As well as it has shown a negative compound average annual growth rate of 0.01% during the last five years with a negligible overall fall since the start of time series. It averaged 1 628.21 thousand barrels per day from 1990 to 2017 and it reached its maximum of 2 115 thousand barrels per day in 2003.

Oil export from Mexico: Decrease in 2017
Date Thousand Barrels Per Day Variation
2017 1 278.65 -7.1
2016 1 376.40 4.04
2015 1 323.01 2.35
2014 1 292.63 -4.01
2013 1 346.69 -1.41
2012 1 366.00 -8.15
2011 1 487.25 -3.38
2010 1 539.33 6.21
2009 1 449.35 -9.91
2008 1 608.79 -18.55

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