The import of petrol was 147 thousand metric tonnes (TMT) in 2012-13. It has surged by 59.86% to 235 TMT during 2013-14 above 2012-13. We have seen annual decline of -63.45% in import of petrol during 2017-18 from 476 TMT during 2016-17. The import of petrol was 670 TMT during 2018-19, up by 285.06% against 174 TMT during 2017-18.
The export of petrol was 16,657 TMT in 2012-13. It has shrunk by -8.46% to 15,247 TMT during 2013-14 over 2012-13. Annual de-growth of -8.96% has been observed in export of petrol during 2017-18 from 15,417 TMT during 2016-17. The export of petrol was 12,885 TMT during 2018-19, down by -8.2% versus 14,036 TMT during 2017-18.
The maximum annual growth of 285.06% has been seen in 2018-19 in import of petrol and 5.25% has been found in 2014-15 in export of petrol during the period under consideration.
Note: Data values are in TMT; P: Provisional; 1: Other imports include Paraffin Wax, Petroleum Jelly, LSWR, Aviation Gas, MTBE & Reformate; 2: Other exports include VGO, Benzene, MTO & Sulphur; Source: Petroleum Planning & Analysis Cell.
Resource Title: Import/Export of Crude Oil and Petroleum Products (in Quantity Terms) from 2012-13 to 2018-19