Something I learned recently: Emissions figures get revised by several %, sometimes. I did a presentation on climate change to a local community group 2 years ago, with the intention to go back each year and revisit to see how we were doing on the path to decarbonization each year to 2030. Missed doing it in 2022, but did an update this year. Every single one of the sources I used in 2021, when I checked them again for updated numbers, the numbers I'd quoted for 2021 had changed, mostly gone down.
Looks like the numbers for US from OWID you're quoting for this question are more stable than the world and Canada numbers I was working with, but still, might end up that 2023 is close to 5 GT, and jiggles above or below that level as numbers get revised.