Canadian energy exports graph 2

Canadian energy exports graph 2

Source: Statistics Canada

Description: The stacked area chart illustrates the shares of different energy products exported by Canada from 2012 to 2019. Over the whole time period the export share for all commodities was relatively stable. In 2019, Crude oil and bitumen accounted for about 73% of energy exports. Natural gas and natural gas liquids at 9%, electricity at 2%, refined petroleum products (RPPs) at 8%, and other energy products, which includes coal, nuclear fuel and other energy products, like coal and nuclear fuel, accounted for about 8%. All percentages are calculated from seasonally adjusted prices. To see an animated version of this graph, click here.

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