Import of lubricants to Georgia down, imports of LPG up in October

Import of lubricants to Georgia down, imports of LPG up in October

access_time2020-11-26 12:59:38


imports of fuels and lubricants amounted to 1.66 thousand tons, which is 0.58 thousand tons more than in  September (2.24 thousand tons).

The largest volume of fuels and lubricants were imported from Turkey  - 0,47 thousand tons (20%) that is 28,3% of total imports.  Followed by Russia - 0,29 thousand tons (17,5%), Germany - 0,19 thousand tons (11.4%), the Netherlands - 0,09 thousand tons (5.4%) and others.

In January-October imports of lubricants amounted to 15.45 thousand tons, which is 0.97 thousand tons or 5.9% less than in the same period of  last year (16.42 thousand tons).

In  January-October, the largest volume of lubricants was imported from Turkey - 4.66 thousand tons, which is 30.2% of total imports followed by Russia - 2.45 thousand tons (15.8%), Germany - 1.38 thousand tons (8.9%), Iran - 0.97 thousand tons (6.3%), etc.

Imports of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) amounted to 3.4 thousand tons in October 2020 that is 1.8 thousand tons or 112.5% more than in September (1.6 thousand tons) and 1.7 thousand tons or 33.3% less than in October last year (5.1 thousand tons).


94.1% (3.2 thousand tons) of imports were carried out  from the Russian Federation.

Imports of liquefied petroleum  gas (LPG) in January-October made 33.6 thousand tons that  is 2.2 thousand tons or 7% more than in the same period of last year (31.4 thousand tons).

 

94% (31.6 thousand tons) of imports were carried out from the Russian Federation.

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