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Jambon Boats is proud to work with the economic superpower of Brazil, whose exports are assessed as so on the EIA.gov website:

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“According to the ANP, Brazil exported 381,000 bbl/d of crude oil in 2013, a 31% decrease from the previous year. The United States imported 110,000 bbl/d of crude oil from Brazil in 2013, a decrease of more than 30% from 2012. Because of increasing U.S. domestic supply and growing Chinese demand, China became the largest importer of Brazil’s crude oil in 2013, importing 115,000 bbl/d. The third-largest destination of Brazil’s crude oil after China and the United States is India, which imported 49,000 bbl/d in 2013.To meet the rising demand, compensate for its fuel price subsidies, and supplement its underinvested refining sector13, Brazil continues to be a significant importer of petroleum products. In 2013, the country imported 528,000 bbl/d of petroleum products, an increase of 12% from the previous year. The United States exported 179,000 bbl/d of products to Brazil in 2013 and was its largest source of imported products. Brazil’s imports of petroleum product from the United States rose 8% from the previous year and increased 225% compared with the level five years earlier. India was Brazil’s second-largest source of imported petroleum products at 72,000 bbl/d of products to Brazil.The transportation accounted for the largest share of petroleum products demand. Because of continued fuel price subsidies and struggling refining sector, more than two-thirds of Brazil’s petroleum products imports were for the transportation sector in 2013. The largest import was 177,000 bbl/d of diesel oil; India supplied 72,000 bbl/d and the United States provided 59,000 bbl/d of the total.”

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