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Fuel oil demand in Canada: Growth in April 2018

Compared to the prior month fuel oil demand increased by 25.8%, according to adjusted statistics announced by JODI Data. Fuel oil demand went up from 44.47 thousand barrels per day to 55.94 thousand barrels per day, contrarily to the previous month when it decreased by 19.41 percent. The same month in 2017, the variable dropped by -18.54 percent and reached 38.85 thousand barrels per day. In short, the indicator was 44 percent larger in April 2017 than in April 2018. Canada saw a diminution of 55.71% in fuel oil demand over the past 16 years. In comparison to its average, the fuel oil demand is now lower as the mean equals 100.4 thousand barrels per day with a overall decrease since the start of observations. It hit its all-time high of 240.19 thousand barrels per day in December 2004 and record low of 30.41 thousand barrels per day in September 2015.

Fuel oil demand in Canada: Growth in April 2018
Date Thousand Barrels Per Day Variation
Apr. 2018 55.94 25.8
Mar. 2018 44.47 -19.41
Feb. 2018 55.18 -31.14
Jan. 2018 80.14 81.07
Dec. 2017 44.26 -4.61
Nov. 2017 46.40 20.65
Oct. 2017 38.46 -34.88
Sep. 2017 59.05 55.29
Aug. 2017 38.03 -21.33
Jul. 2017 48.34 -25.17

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