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Fuel oil demand in Croatia drops in June 2018

JODI Data reported that fuel oil demand went down by 22.51% in comparison with May. Fuel oil demand fell by 0.56 thousand barrels per day, compared to the prior month when it grew by 5.58 percent. The previous year, this shift reached -35.42 percent and the fuel oil demand hit 2.15 thousand barrels per day the same month one year earlier. Year-on-year, this reveals a -10 percent change between June 2017 and the same month one year later. Croatia saw a decline of 89.46% in fuel oil demand over the past 13 years. In comparison to its average, the fuel oil demand is now lower as the mean equals 9.06 thousand barrels per day with a overall fall since the start of observations. It attained its all-time high of 33.4 thousand barrels per day in February 2005 and record low of 0.42 thousand barrels per day in March 2012.

Fuel oil demand in Croatia drops in June 2018
Date Thousand Barrels Per Day Variation
Jun. 2018 1.94 -22.51
May. 2018 2.50 5.58
Apr. 2018 2.37 13.65
Mar. 2018 2.08 0.39
Feb. 2018 2.07 -54.71
Jan. 2018 4.58 46.65
Dec. 2017 3.12 -14.61
Nov. 2017 3.66 25.47
Oct. 2017 2.91 69.36
Sep. 2017 1.72 65.38

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