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Naphtha export in Norway: Diminution in May 2018

JODI Data reported that compared with the prior month naphtha export went down by 6.6%. The indicator declined by 13 thousand tonnes, as it follows the tendency of the previous month when it fell by 5.29%. The prior year, this fluctuation hit -45.02% and the variable attained 116 thousand tonnes the same month the year before. Year-on-year, this indicates a 58.62 percent variation between May 2017 and May of the year after. Norway saw a drop of 19.65% in naphtha export during the last 9 years. In comparison with its average, the naphtha export is now smaller as the mean equals 189.04 thousand tonnes with a overall decline since the start of time series. It reached its all-time high of 377 thousand tonnes in May 2014 and record low of 34 thousand tonnes in October 2016.

Naphtha export in Norway: Diminution in May 2018
Date Thousand Tonnes Variation
May. 2018 184.00 -6.6
Apr. 2018 197.00 -5.29
Mar. 2018 208.00 26.06
Feb. 2018 165.00 -36.78
Jan. 2018 261.00 58.18
Dec. 2017 165.00 39.83
Nov. 2017 118.00 15.69
Oct. 2017 102.00 -53.42
Sep. 2017 219.00 40.38
Aug. 2017 156.00 48.57

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