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Motor and aviation gasoline import in Norway goes up in April 2018

Motor and aviation gasoline import went up by 24 percent compared with the previous month, refreshed data from JODI Data pinpoint. The variable grew by 50.7 thousand barrels, as it follows the tendency of the prior month when it increased by 56.25%. In 2017, the indicator was growing by 52.38% and reached 270.4 thousand barrels the same month one year earlier. Year-on-year, this reveals a -3.12% change between April 2017 and April of the year after. Norway saw a drop of 24.39% in motor and aviation gasoline import over the past 16 years. In comparison to its average, the motor and aviation gasoline import is now greater as the mean equals 192.15 thousand barrels with a overall decrease since the start of observations. It attained its all-time high of 802.75 thousand barrels in July 2004 and record low of 33.8 thousand barrels in October 2014.

Motor and aviation gasoline import in Norway goes up in April 2018
Date Thousand Barrels Variation
Apr. 2018 261.95 24
Mar. 2018 211.25 56.25
Feb. 2018 135.20 -38.46
Jan. 2018 219.70 8.33
Dec. 2017 202.80 -33.33
Nov. 2017 304.20 80
Oct. 2017 169.00 -9.09
Sep. 2017 185.90 -18.52
Aug. 2017 228.15 -22.86
Jul. 2017 295.75 105.88

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