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Figure 1: Annual Port Total Tons, 2015

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  Table label Domestic Foreign
1 Virginia 6,508,724 51,253,362
2 Valdez 26,591,221 156,174
3 Texas City 15,327,257 27,596,740
4 Tampa 22,383,014 13,551,376
5 St. Louis 34,964,854 -
6 South Louisiana 139,078,288 120,023,942
7 Savannah 1,049,477 34,155,479
8 Richmond 10,292,116 18,237,062
9 Port Arthur 9,691,127 26,096,204
10 Plaquemines 33,800,329 19,706,119
11 Pascagoula 9,131,029 17,458,834
12 New York and New Jersey 47,356,790 79,333,527
13 New Orleans 48,117,395 39,692,459
14 Mobile 22,689,334 35,905,418
15 Los Angeles 5,967,391 54,220,449
16 Long Beach 11,214,447 66,950,150
17 Lake Charles 27,437,835 29,254,607
18 Huntington - Tristate 42,741,246 -
19 Houston 77,522,394 163,411,016
20 Duluth-Superior 27,098,622 6,228,096
21 Corpus Christi 40,403,957 45,271,009
22 Cincinnati-Northern KY 44,968,354 -
23 Beaumont 35,337,070 51,832,805
24 Baton Rouge 42,895,758 25,886,216
25 Baltimore 6,972,508 32,431,261

SOURCE: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center, 2015 data, special tabulation, as of November 2016.

Updated: Sunday, May 21, 2017