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Fuel oil demand in Mexico climbs in May 2018

In May 2018 the indicator increased by 21.55 percent, according to statistics published by JODI Data. The variable climbed from 3 819.42 thousand barrels to 4 642.46 thousand barrels, contrarily to the previous month when it fell by 19.62%. In 2017, the indicator was climbing by 8.53 percent and reached 4 661.75 thousand barrels the same month in 2017. Between May 2017 and the same month the year after, the figures demonstrate a -0.41% variation. Mexico saw a decrease of 69.47% in fuel oil demand during the last 16 years. Furthermore, the fuel oil demand is now below average of 7 831.32 thousand barrels with a negligible overall fall since the start of observations. It attained its all-time high of 15 206.95 thousand barrels in January 2002 and record low of 2 154.05 thousand barrels in February 2015.

Fuel oil demand in Mexico climbs in May 2018
Date Thousand Barrels Variation
May. 2018 4 642.46 21.55
Apr. 2018 3 819.42 -19.62
Mar. 2018 4 751.77 31.03
Feb. 2018 3 626.52 11.02
Jan. 2018 3 266.44 13.39
Dec. 2017 2 880.64 -34.02
Nov. 2017 4 365.97 -20.95
Oct. 2017 5 523.37 29.17
Sep. 2017 4 275.95 22.02
Aug. 2017 3 504.35 -26.65

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