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Motor and aviation gasoline import in Georgia: Drop in April 2018

In comparison to the previous month the indicator dropped by 20.35%, adjusted numbers from JODI Data show. Motor and aviation gasoline import decreased from 13.16 thousand barrels per day to 10.48 thousand barrels per day, compared to the prior month when it rose by 5.74%. The figures attained 10.2 thousand barrels per day in April 2017, which is a -27.06 percent shift in comparison with March of 2017. Between April 2017 and the same month one year later, the statistics constitute a 2.77 percent change. Georgia saw a rise of 52.95% in motor and aviation gasoline import over the past 5 years. Furthermore, the motor and aviation gasoline import is now above average of 8.85 thousand barrels per day with a overall increase since the 2013. It hit its all-time high of 20.02 thousand barrels per day in December 2016 and record low of 3.56 thousand barrels per day in January 2017.

Motor and aviation gasoline import in Georgia: Drop in April 2018
Date Thousand Barrels Per Day Variation
Apr. 2018 10.48 -20.35
Mar. 2018 13.16 5.74
Feb. 2018 12.45 16.39
Jan. 2018 10.69 -9.3
Dec. 2017 11.79 -9.54
Nov. 2017 13.03 -6.8
Oct. 2017 13.98 -14.9
Sep. 2017 16.43 5.14
Aug. 2017 15.63 7.55
Jul. 2017 14.53 31.51

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