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Naphtha demand in United States: Decline in May 2018

In May 2018 the variable hardly went down by 2.91%, according to revised figures released by JODI Data. The indicator diminished slightly by 6 thousand barrels per day, as it follows the tendency of the previous month when it declined by 3.29%. In 2017, the variable was climbing by 3.9 percent and attained 240 thousand barrels per day the same month in 2017. This pinpoints a -16.67% fluctuation between May 2017 and the same month one year later. United States saw a decline of 15.66% in naphtha demand during the last 9 years. Moreover, the naphtha demand is now below average of 239.17 thousand barrels per day with a overall fall since the start of time series. It reached its all-time high of 304.11 thousand barrels per day in February 2013 and record low of 181 thousand barrels per day in September 2017.

Naphtha demand in United States: Decline in May 2018
Date Thousand Barrels Per Day Variation
May. 2018 200.00 -2.91
Apr. 2018 206.00 -3.29
Mar. 2018 213.00 -2.74
Feb. 2018 219.00 3.3
Jan. 2018 212.00 -5.36
Dec. 2017 224.00 -2.18
Nov. 2017 229.00 6.02
Oct. 2017 216.00 19.34
Sep. 2017 181.00 -16.59
Aug. 2017 217.00 -1.36

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