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Crude oil demand in Mexico: Fall in May 2018

Crude oil demand dropped by 5.99% in May 2018, adjusted numbers from JODI Data demonstrate. Crude oil demand diminished by 1 366.44 thousand barrels, contrarily to the previous month when it went up by 16.02 percent. The figures attained 29 035.08 thousand barrels in May 2017, which is a -1.16 percent fluctuation compared to April of 2017. This reveals a -26.14% shift between May 2017 and May 2018. The overall changes for the prior 16 years reached a diminution of 36.74%. Likewise, the crude oil demand is now below average of 34 881.47 thousand barrels with a modest overall decrease since the start of time series. It hit its all-time high of 41 290.56 thousand barrels in January 2006 and record low of 14 683.92 thousand barrels in February 2018.

Crude oil demand in Mexico: Fall in May 2018
Date Thousand Barrels Variation
May. 2018 21 445.32 -5.99
Apr. 2018 22 811.76 16.02
Mar. 2018 19 661.16 33.9
Feb. 2018 14 683.92 -20.2
Jan. 2018 18 400.92 3.38
Dec. 2017 17 799.12 0.36
Nov. 2017 17 735.40 7.14
Oct. 2017 16 553.04 0.34
Sep. 2017 16 496.40 -28.53
Aug. 2017 23 080.80 11.95

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