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Natural gas import in Finland declines in April 2018

JODI Data announced that compared with the prior month natural gas import strongly declined by 50.88 percent. The variable sharply fell by 174 million cubic meters, in contrast to the previous month when it went up by 0.88%. One year earlier, this fluctuation attained -24.08% and the natural gas import reached 186 million cubic meters the same month the year before. Between April 2017 and the same month in 2018, the figures display a -9.68 percent change. The overall changes for the prior 8 years hit a fall of 71.18%. As well as the natural gas import is now smaller than its average which equals 277.46 million cubic meters with a moderate overall decrease since the 2010. It attained its all-time high of 583 million cubic meters in January 2010 and record low of 129 million cubic meters in July 2017.

Natural gas import in Finland declines in April 2018
Date Million Cubic Meters Variation
Apr. 2018 168.00 -50.88
Mar. 2018 342.00 0.88
Feb. 2018 339.00 15.7
Jan. 2018 293.00 18.15
Dec. 2017 248.00 34.05
Nov. 2017 185.00 11.45
Oct. 2017 166.00 16.9
Sep. 2017 142.00 -0.7
Aug. 2017 143.00 10.85
Jul. 2017 129.00 =

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