Deliveries of oil products from Exolum terminals to the Spanish market increased by 7,6% in March due to the although they remain 16.4% below March 2019 levels
Deliveries of oil products from Exolum terminals to the Spanish market during March reached 2.9 million cubic metres, 7.6% more than in the same period of the previous year, after correction of the seasonal effect. Compared to the pre‐pandemic period ‐ March 2019 ‐ deliveries remain 16.4% below their level in 2019 after correcting for the calendar effect.
Analysed by product type, deliveries of gasolines remained 9.9% lower than in March 2019, and diesel fuel outflows were 12.3% lower than in the same period of 2019. Overall, motor fuel outflows reached 2.1 million cubic meters, standing 11.8% below their level in 2019, although 22.9% above their level in 2020.
Regarding the total for diesel fuels (automotive + off road + heating oil), deliveries amounted 2.4 million cubic metres, 5.9% less than in 2019 March and 11.9% more than the same period of 2020.
Lastly, deliveries of kerosenes exceeded 134.400 cubic metres, representing a decrease of 73.3% compared with March of 2019 and 53,3% compare to March of 2020