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Consumo nacional de productos del petróleo

Descenso del crecimiento de la demanda mundial de productos del petróleo (-9 %) debido a una marcada caída de la actividad económica y a las medidas de confinamiento.

Consumo nacional de productos del petróleo

Descenso del crecimiento de la demanda mundial de productos del petróleo (-9 %) debido a una marcada caída de la actividad económica y a las medidas de confinamiento.

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Tendencia durante 1990 - 2020 - Mt

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% del consumo total (2020) - Mtoe

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-19 %


Disminución del consumo de productos del petróleo en Italia

Descenso del crecimiento de la demanda mundial de productos del petróleo (-9 %) debido a una marcada caída de la actividad económica y a las medidas de confinamiento.

El consumo mundial de productos del petróleo se vio gravemente afectado por la pandemia de COVID-19, las medidas de confinamiento y las restricciones al transporte (-9 %), especialmente en las economías desarrolladas (-11 % en la OCDE). El consumo de productos del petróleo disminuyó un 12 % en EE. UU, el mayor consumidor mundial, debido a un descenso de la demanda originado por la pandemia, sobre todo en el sector de los transportes. También disminuyó en Japón (-8,3 %) y en la UE (-11 %), incluido un -19 % en Italia y España y un -14 % en Francia. El consumo de productos del petróleo también disminuyó en Asia (-2,7 %), encabezado por la India (-10 %) e Indonesia (-4,4 %), en la región CEI (-3,2 %) y en Latinoamérica (-11 %, incluido un -17 % en México y Colombia), así como en Oriente Medio (-7,2 %) y África (-11 %).

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