Singapore fuel oil stocks climb 2.2 million barrels

Stockpiles of fuel oil rise to their highest level in three weeks in Singapore.



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Updated on 21 Jul 2011 12:35 GMT

Singapore's onshore stocks of residues recorded their highest climb since 22nd June during the seven days up to Wednesday July 20th, according to data released by International Enterprise (IE) Singapore - an agency operating under the Ministry of Trade and Industry.

Stockpiles of residues, which includes fuel oil and low-sulphur waxy residue and excludes bitumen, increased 2.18 million barrels, or 12.4 percent, to 19.7 million barrels, up from 17.50 million barrels the previous week, which had been the lowest inventory level recorded since February 16th.

Please find below a table of Singapore's onshore stocks of residues up to Wednesday 20th July.

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.

Date Volume+/-
20/07/2011 19.7+2.18
13/07/2011 17.520-1.664
06/07/2011 19.184-1.450
29/06/2011 20.634-0.152
22/06/2011 20.786+2.823
15/06/2011 17.963-2.580
08/06/2011 20.543+0.363
01/06/2011 20.180-1.537
25/05/2011 21.717-0.783
18/05/2011 22.5+1.500
11/05/2011 21.0-0.800
04/05/2011 21.8-1.400
27/04/2011 23.2+0.200
20/04/2011 23.0--

Source: International Enterprise (IE) Singapore - an agency operating under the Ministry of Trade and Industry.