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Fuel oil demand in Croatia increases in May 2018

The indicator rose by 5.58 percent in comparison with the previous month, refreshed data from JODI Data illustrate. Fuel oil demand increased from 2.37 thousand barrels per day to 2.5 thousand barrels per day, as it follows the tendency of the prior month when it grew by 13.65 percent. The year before, this variation hit 209.67% and the variable attained 3.33 thousand barrels per day in May 2017. In short, the indicator was -24.99% lower in May 2017 than in May of the year after. Croatia saw a diminution of 86.35% in fuel oil demand over the past 13 years. Furthermore, the fuel oil demand is now lower than its average which equals 9.1 thousand barrels per day with a overall drop since the 2005. It reached 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 increases in May 2018
Date Thousand Barrels Per Day Variation
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
Aug. 2017 1.04 -37.5

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