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Liquefied petroleum gas export in Norway falls in May 2018

According to new numbers issued by JODI Data, liquefied petroleum gas export decreased by 15.12 percent in comparison with the prior month. The indicator fell from 496 thousand tonnes to 421 thousand tonnes, in comparison to the previous month when it grew by 36.26 percent. The year before, this change attained 21.17% and the liquefied petroleum gas export reached 475 thousand tonnes in May of the year before. Year-on-year, this shows a -11.37% shift between May 2017 and the same month the year after. The overall changes for the prior 16 years hit a growth of 590.16%. Moreover, the liquefied petroleum gas export is now above average of 388.25 thousand tonnes with a overall raise since the start of observations. It attained its all-time high of 723 thousand tonnes in March 2010 and record low of 8 thousand tonnes in March 2002.

Liquefied petroleum gas export in Norway falls in May 2018
Date Thousand Tonnes Variation
May. 2018 421.00 -15.12
Apr. 2018 496.00 36.26
Mar. 2018 364.00 -10.12
Feb. 2018 405.00 -6.9
Jan. 2018 435.00 2.35
Dec. 2017 425.00 0.24
Nov. 2017 424.00 -0.47
Oct. 2017 426.00 20.34
Sep. 2017 354.00 -37.23
Aug. 2017 564.00 82.52

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