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Fuel oil demand in Hungary falls in April 2018

According to data published by JODI Data, in April 2018 fuel oil demand greatly went down by 74.16%. The variable strongly declined by 0.62 thousand barrels per day, in comparison with the prior month when it grew by 20.41 percent. One year earlier, the indicator was diminishing by -82.77 percent and attained 0.21 thousand barrels per day the same month in 2017. This indicates a stagnancy year-on-year, i.e. The variable is the same in April 2017 and in April. Hungary saw a fall of 99.15% in fuel oil demand during the last 16 years. Moreover, the fuel oil demand is now below average of 3.71 thousand barrels per day with a overall decrease since the 2002. It hit its all-time high of 31.42 thousand barrels per day in December 2002 and record low of 0.21 thousand barrels per day in August 2016.

Fuel oil demand in Hungary falls in April 2018
Date Thousand Barrels Per Day Variation
Apr. 2018 0.215 -74.16
Mar. 2018 0.832 20.41
Feb. 2018 0.691 -16.95
Jan. 2018 0.832 33.33
Dec. 2017 0.624 -3.26
Nov. 2017 0.645 55.05
Oct. 2017 0.416 93.49
Sep. 2017 0.215 -48.32
Aug. 2017 0.416 =
Jul. 2017 0.416 -3.26

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