Pandemic dampens fuel consumption

The Covid-19 outbreak caused fuel consumption in Thailand to decline by 4.4% during the first eight months of 2021 to a daily average of 131 million litres, down from a daily average of 137 million litres during the corresponding period last year, says the Department ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Fuel consumption drops by 1.7%

Thailand saw its fuel consumption decline by 1.7% to an average of 136 million litres per day during the first half of this year, largely attributed to the third wave of Covid-19, says the Department of Energy Business.Average fuel consumption stood at 138 million litres ...

Yuthana Praiwan

Fuel use declines thanks to pandemic

Fuel consumption in Thailand contracted in January, especially for jet fuel, following the return of Covid-19 in mid-December last year, according to the Department of Energy Business (DOEB).The largest plunge was jet fuel consumption, which contracted by 82.6% to a daily average of 3.85 from ...

Yuthana Praiwan

Fuel consumption dives 12.5% in 2020

Fuel consumption in Thailand contracted by 12.5% last year because of strict state measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19, including a lockdown order, according to the Department of Energy Business (DOEB).The government did not enforce a nationwide lockdown for the fresh outbreak starting last ...

Yuthana Praiwan

Growth in fuel consumption said to be in line with projected GDP increase

Based on the Department of Energy Business’s estimates, the consumption of fuel in Thailand is expected to rise 4 per cent this year mainly because the drop in the price of refined oil has increased the use of automobiles.This growth in consumption is in line ...

The Nation Reporter

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