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Fuel oil demand in Norway: Decline in April 2018

JODI Data reported that the indicator decreased strongly by 33.33 percent in comparison with March. The variable greatly diminished by 1 thousand tonnes, versus the previous month when it rose by 50 percent. The year before, this variation reached -50 percent and the indicator attained 1 thousand tonnes the same month the year before. Between April 2017 and the same month in 2018, the figures present a 100% fluctuation. The overall changes for the prior 16 years hit a drop of 95.56%. Compared with its average, the fuel oil demand is now lower as the mean equals 29.29 thousand tonnes with a overall decline since the start of observations. It reached its all-time high of 61 thousand tonnes in June 2006 and record low of 1 thousand tonnes in April 2017.

Fuel oil demand in Norway: Decline in April 2018
Date Thousand Tonnes Variation
Apr. 2018 2.00 -33.33
Mar. 2018 3.00 50
Feb. 2018 2.00 =
Jan. 2018 2.00 -60
Dec. 2017 5.00 150
Nov. 2017 2.00 -33.33
Oct. 2017 3.00 50
Sep. 2017 2.00 -60
Aug. 2017 5.00 66.67
Jul. 2017 3.00 =

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