The United States is becoming one the major refined products exports centers in the world. The irresistible force of rising crude oil NGLs production in the United States and Canada combined with limited demand growth, rising biofuels use, and integrated low-cost refining position the United States for refined products export growth. Rising export growth will present opportunities and challenges both in markets and infrastructure. Is the United States sustainably competitive with other export refining centers? How much more refinery and logistics infrastructure modifications are needed?