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Fuel oil demand in Chile: Diminution in June 2018

JODI Data published that fuel oil demand strongly declined by 39.59 percent in comparison to the prior month. The indicator decreased greatly from 28.47 thousand barrels per day to 17.2 thousand barrels per day, versus the prior month when it grew by 35.27 percent. In June of the year before, the variable increased by 2.2% and attained 20.37 thousand barrels per day. Year-on-year, this demonstrates a -15.56 percent shift between June 2017 and the same month the year after. Chile saw an increase of 35.42% in fuel oil demand over the past 16 years. Compared with its average, the fuel oil demand is now smaller as the mean equals 26.44 thousand barrels per day with a overall raise since the start of observations. It hit its all-time high of 64.5 thousand barrels per day in April 2009 and record low of 11.09 thousand barrels per day in September 2004.

Fuel oil demand in Chile: Diminution in June 2018
Date Thousand Barrels Per Day Variation
Jun. 2018 17.20 -39.59
May. 2018 28.47 35.27
Apr. 2018 21.05 -11.84
Mar. 2018 23.88 14.48
Feb. 2018 20.86 6.98
Jan. 2018 19.49 12.66
Dec. 2017 17.30 -14.1
Nov. 2017 20.14 6.94
Oct. 2017 18.84 0.27
Sep. 2017 18.79 -1.42

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