sexta-feira, 08 de junho, 2018

Oil imports by China fall in may after record

Beijing (Reuters)-China's oil imports in may fell from the previous month, hit peak showed customs data, as State refineries came into SM and some independent plants were ordered to contain the operation before an important event in a port city. Shipments in may totaled 39,050,000 tons, or 9.2 million barrels per day (bpd), according to figures released on Friday by the General Administration of customs. This compares to 9.6 million bpd in April and 8,760,000 in May last year. Imports in the first five months of 2018 were 190 million tons, according to the figures, which showed not a comparison. Based on data from last year, there was a high 7,8% compared to the previous year. But imports in may rose almost 5% before a year earlier, and were not far from record levels, since the banks follow healthy for the big state-owned refineries. Imports of natural gas from China, including for pipelines and liquefied natural gas (LNG), amounted to 7.4 million tonnes in may, up 36,5% compared to the previous year, as companies remained strong purchases to fill inventories and cover a robust industrial demand. The year-to-date imports amounted to 34.8 million tons, also high 36% compared to the same period of 2017.
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