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Liquefied petroleum gas export in Australia increases in May 2018

Liquefied petroleum gas export greatly grew by 38.85 percent in May 2018, according to numbers presented by JODI Data. The variable climbed sharply from 26.68 thousand barrels per day to 37.05 thousand barrels per day, in comparison with the prior month when it diminished by 36.34%. When examining 2017, it can be diagnosed that the indicator was declining by -16.07 percent and attained 36.67 thousand barrels per day in May. When looking at the year-on-year situation, a 1.02% rise can be observed between May 2017 and May 2018. The overall changes for the previous 16 years reached a drop of 16.1%. Furthermore, the liquefied petroleum gas export is now below average of 43.93 thousand barrels per day with a overall diminution since the 2002. It hit its all-time high of 84.94 thousand barrels per day in July 2005 and record low of 2.49 thousand barrels per day in February 2018.

Liquefied petroleum gas export in Australia increases in May 2018
Date Thousand Barrels Per Day Variation
May. 2018 37.05 38.85
Apr. 2018 26.68 -36.34
Mar. 2018 41.91 1585.84
Feb. 2018 2.49 -95.25
Jan. 2018 52.39 -2.78
Dec. 2017 53.88 26.69
Nov. 2017 42.53 184.16
Oct. 2017 14.97 -62.78
Sep. 2017 40.21 -25.89
Aug. 2017 54.26 23.93

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