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Crude oil production in Czech Republic: Diminution in June 2018

According to revised figures published by JODI Data, compared to the previous month the indicator dropped by 6.07 percent. Crude oil production declined from 2.6 thousand barrels per day to 2.44 thousand barrels per day, versus the prior month when it climbed by 6.47 percent. The same month in 2017, the variable increased by 3.34 percent and hit 2.2 thousand barrels per day. When considering the year-on-year picture, a 11.1% growth can be observed between June 2017 and June 2018. Czech Republic saw a fall of 42.53% in crude oil production over the past 16 years. Besides, the crude oil production is now below average of 4.12 thousand barrels per day with a overall drop since the start of time series. It reached its all-time high of 6.86 thousand barrels per day in May 2005 and record low of 1.66 thousand barrels per day in January 2018.

Crude oil production in Czech Republic: Diminution in June 2018
Date Thousand Barrels Per Day Variation
Jun. 2018 2.44 -6.07
May. 2018 2.60 6.47
Apr. 2018 2.44 3.3
Mar. 2018 2.37 29.09
Feb. 2018 1.83 10.69
Jan. 2018 1.66 -22.23
Dec. 2017 2.13 8.85
Nov. 2017 1.96 3.33
Oct. 2017 1.89 -22.55
Sep. 2017 2.44 3.3

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