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Gas and diesel supply and demand balance in Ireland: Diminution in June 2018

Compared to the previous month the indicator greatly fell by 88.89 percent, according to updated figures announced by JODI Data. Gas and diesel oil supply and demand balance sharply diminished from 18 thousand tonnes to 2 thousand tonnes, as it follows the tendency of the prior month when it went down by 1 000%. The statistics reached 11 thousand tonnes in June 2017, which is a -15.38% shift compared with the prior month of 2017. To sum up, the variable was -81.82% smaller in June 2017 than in the same month in 2018. Ireland saw a drop of 102.25% in gas and diesel oil supply and demand balance over the past 9 years. In comparison with its average, the gas and diesel oil supply and demand balance is now greater as the mean equals -1.59 thousand tonnes with a overall rise since the start of observations. It attained its all-time high of 131 thousand tonnes in October 2009 and record low of -184 thousand tonnes in July 2009.

Gas and diesel supply and demand balance in Ireland: Diminution in June 2018
Date Thousand Tonnes Variation
Jun. 2018 2.00 -88.89
May. 2018 18.00 -1000
Apr. 2018 -2.00 100
Mar. 2018 -1.00 -108.33
Feb. 2018 12.00 200
Jan. 2018 4.00 -50
Dec. 2017 8.00 -33.33
Nov. 2017 12.00 500
Oct. 2017 2.00 -80
Sep. 2017 10.00 42.86

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