Georgia sees a decline in aviation oil imports

Georgia sees a decline in aviation oil imports

access_time2021-04-16 13:30:21

The Union of Oil Products Importers says that in March 2021 aviation oil imports amounted to 4.9 thousand tons that is 2.5 thousand tons or 104,2% more than in the same period of last year (2,4 thousand tons).

According to the countries, in March 2021  59,2% of  aviation oil was  imported from Turkmenistan (2,9 thousand tons) and 12,2% (0.6 thousand tons) from Italy,  10.2% (0.5 thousand tons) - from Azerbaijan; 10.2% (0.5 thousand tons) - from Russia, 8.2% (0.4 thousand tons) - from Turkey.

Apart from that, in January-March imports of aviation oil amounted to 11,0 thousand tons that is 7.5 thousand tons or 40.5% less than in the same period of last year (18,5 thousand tons).

In January-March, 63,6% (7.0 thousand tons) of aviation oil imports was imported from Turkmenistan, 11,8% (1,3 thousand tons) - from Turkey, 11.0% (1.2 thousand tons) - from Italy; 4.5% (0.5 thousand tons) - from Greece; 4.5% (0.5 thousand tons) - from Azerbaijan; 4.5% (0.5 thousand tons) - from Russia.

In March 2021, the import of petroleum bitumen in Georgia amounted to 5,0 thousand tons that is 1,6 thousand tons or 47.0% more than in February  (3,4 thousand tons).


Of this, 84% (4,2 thousand tons) of imports accounted for  the Republic of Azerbaijan, 10% ​​(0.5 thousand tons) - from Russia, 6% (0.3 thousand tons) - from Iraq.

Imports of petroleum bitumen in January-March amounted to 10,2 thousand tons that is 4,1 thousand tons or 28,7% less than in the same period of last year (14,3 thousand tons).

Of this, 84,3% (8,6 thousand tons) of imports were carried out  from Azerbaijan followed by Iraq - 10,8% (1.1 thousand tons), Russia - 4,9% (0.5 thousand tons).

The decline in imports of aviation oil is caused by the suspension of flights due to COVID-19 outbreak.

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