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Middle distillate stocks fall in Singapore

26 Aug 2011 07:05 GMT

Stockpiles of middle distillates fall to their lowest since 1st June.



Singapore's onshore stockpiles of middle distillates fell by 1.23 million barrels during the seven days up to Wednesday 24th August, according to data released by International Enterprise (IE) Singapore.

Stocks of middle distillates, a category which includes products such as gasoil and kerosene, dropped 4.1 percent to 13.0 million barrels, down from 14.23 million barrels during the previous 7 days. It is the sixth drop in seven weeks and represents the lowest inventory level since 1st June.

Please find below a table of Singapore's onshore stocks of middle distillates up to Wednesday 24th August, 2011.

The volume data provided below is in millions of barrels. Inventory levels are collated on a weekly basis for each 7-day period ending on a Wednesday.

DateVolume +/-
24/08/2011 13.000-1.230
17/08/2011 14.230-0.607
10/08/2011 14.837+1.437
03/08/2011 13.400-1.128
27/07/2011 14.528-1.086
20/07/2011 15.614-0.243
13/07/2011 15.857-0.215
06/07/2011 16.072+2.301
29/06/2011 13.771-0.288
22/06/2011 14.059-0.634
15/06/2011 14.693-0.439
08/06/2011 15.132+2.480
01/06/2011 12.652+0.698
25/05/2011 11.954+1.354
18/05/2011 10.6-1.2
11/05/2011 11.8-0.4
04/05/2011 12.2+2.7
27/04/2011 9.5 -1.5
20/04/2011 11.0 --

Source: International Enterprise (IE) Singapore.






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