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Analysis of Final Gulf Region Release

February 2006 to January 2006 - Month to Month Changes


  • Total Trade by Port - Exhibits 1 and 2

    • Exports down $11 million
      • Houston, TX down $116 million
      • Houston Intrc'l Air, TX down $59 million
      • Mobile, AL down $41 million
      • Pascagoula, MS down $37 million
      • Orlando, FL down $33 million
      • Jacksonville, FL up $208 million
      • New Orleans, LA up $148 million
      • Morgan City, LA up $21 million
    • Imports down $637 million
      • Houston, TX down $533 million
      • Lake Charles, LA down $184 million
      • Good Hope, LA down $173 million
      • Pascagoula, MS down $142 million
      • Baton Rouge, LA down $112 million
      • Morgan City, LA up $299 million
      • Jacksonville, FL up $192 millionMobile, AL up $116 million
  • Vessel Trade by Port - Exhibits 3 and 4

    • Exports up $46 million
      • Jacksonville, FL up $208 million
      • New Orleans, LA up $103 million
      • Morgan City, LA up $21 million
      • Texas City, TX up $20 million
      • Houston, TX down $116 million
      • Mobile, AL down $37 million
    • Imports down $684 million
      • Houston, TX down $535 million
      • Lake Charles, LA down $209 million
      • Good Hope, LA down $173 million
      • Pascagoula, MS down $142 million
      • Morgan City, LA up $300 million
      • Jacksonville, FL up $192 million
  • District of Tampa, FL - Exhibit 5

    • Exports up $134 million
      • Transportation equipment up $179 million
      • Machinery, except electrical up $18 million
      • Chemicals down $37 million
      • Food and kindred products down $21 million
      • Paper products down $13 million
    • Imports up $158 million
      • Transportation equipment up $311 million
      • Electrical equipment and appliances up $10 million
      • Petroleum and coal products down $93 million
      • Chemicals down $39 million
      • Wood products down $23 million
  • District of Mobile, AL - Exhibit 6

    • Exports down $84 million
      • Petroleum and coal products down $31 million
      • Paper products down $23 million
      • Agricultural products down $13 million
      • Transportation equipment up $7 million
      • Minerals and ores up $7 million
    • Imports down $56 million
      • Primary metal manufacturing down $37 million
      • Computer and electronic products down $24 million
      • Machinery, except electrical down $17 million
      • Oil and gas up $39 million
      • Minerals and ores up $6 million
  • District of New Orleans, LA - Exhbit 7

    • Exports up $92 million
      • Food and kindred products up $93 million
      • Machinery, except electrical up $28 million
      • Primary metal manufacturing up $22 million
      • Agricultural products down $49 million
      • Chemicals down $22 million
    • Imports down $125 million
      • Computer and electronic products down $99 million
      • Forestry products down $49 million
      • U.S. goods returned and reimported items down $36 million
      • Transportation equipment up $58 million
      • Primary metal manufacturing up $45 million
  • District of Port Arthur, TX - Exhibit 8

    • Exports down $20 million
      • Petroleum and coal products down $36 million
      • Transportation equipment down $24 thousand
      • Agricultural products up $9 million
      • Food and kindred products up $3 million
    • Imports down $50 million
      • Petroleum and coals products down $73 million
      • Chemicals down $23 million
      • Oil and gas up $45 million
  • District of Houston, TX - Exhibit 9

    • Exports down $133 million
      • Chemicals down $87 million
      • Agricultural products down $78 million
      • Computer and electronic products down $78 million
      • Food and kindred products down $16 million
      • Minerals and ores down $14 million
      • Oil and gas up $53 million
      • Machinery, except electrical up $37 million
      • Transportation equipment up $31 million
    • Imports down $566 million
      • Oil and gas down $206 million
      • Machinery, except electrical down $92 million
      • Petroleum and coal products down $90 million
      • Chemicals down $61 million
      • Transportation equipment down $40 million
      • Primary metal manufacturing up $38 million
      • Miscellaneous manufactured commodities up $17 million
      • Apparel and accessories up $17 million

June 2014
Trade Numbers

Deficit: $41.5 Billion
Exports: $195.9 Billion
Imports: $237.4 Billion

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