日本7月原油进口量有所回升

原标题:日本7月原油进口量有所回升

    中国石化新闻网讯 据阿格斯网站8月31日消息:由于日本炼油商提高了开工率,7月该国原油进口量较6月有所增加。

    日本经济产业省(Meti)今天公布的数据显示,日本7月原油进口量增加13%,至约200万桶/天。从7月4日当周至8月1日当周,原油进口量平均上涨59.6%,而前四周为58.2%,但总体进口仍比去年同期下降31.9%。

    从沙特阿拉伯进口的原油与去年同期相比下降8.7%,至约92.9万桶/天,而从阿联酋的进口下降22%,至约71.1万桶/天。日本从卡塔尔进口16万桶/天,比2019年7月下降46.5%,从科威特进口14.2万桶/天,下降34.8%。巴林的交货量也下降24.8%,至4.7万桶/天。

    7月,从俄罗斯的进口量下降85.3%,至2.4万桶/天。但是来自马来西亚和阿尔及利亚的石油进口量同比分别增长53.8%和66.4%,分别达到3万桶/天和1.7万桶/天。同时也增加了从澳大利亚的原油进口,涨幅10.8%,达到每天8000桶。

    根据Meti数据,该国燃料总销量仍比去年同期下降8.4%,但在7月继续回升,比6月份增长7.6%。轻油和汽油的消费量分别增长8.2%和3.1%,分别达到约81.9万桶/天和53.6万桶/天。

    冯娟 摘译自 阿格斯

    原文如下:

    Japan’s crude imports pick up in July

    Japan's crude imports in July increased from June as Japanese refiners increased run rates.

    Japan's crude imports in July increased by 13pc to around 2mn b/d, according to data released today by the industry ministry (Meti). Imports rose on higher crude runs that averaged 59.6pc over the month, from the week to 4 July to the week to 1 August, compared with 58.2pc in the previous four weeks. But overall imports were still lower by 31.9pc from a year earlier.

    Crude imports from Saudi Arabia fell by 8.7pc from a year earlier to around 929,000 b/d in July while imports from the UAE dropped by 22pc to around 711,000 b/d. Japan imported 160,000 b/d from Qatar, down by 46.5pc from July 2019, and 142,000 b/d from Kuwait that was down by 34.8pc. Deliveries from Bahrain also dropped by 24.8pc to 47,000 b/d.

    Imports from Russia declined by 85.3pc to 24,000 b/d in July. There were no imports from the US over the month after Japan purchased 110,000 b/d in July 2019.

    But purchases from Malaysia and Algeria rose by 53.8pc to 30,000 b/d and by 66.4pc to 17,000 b/d from a year earlier, respectively. Japan also increased its crude imports from Australia, up by 10.8pc to 8,000 b/d in July.

    The country's total fuel sales were still lower by 8.4pc from a year earlier but continued to recover in July, up by 7.6pc from June, according to Meti. Consumption of gasoline and gasoil increased by 8.2pc to around 819,000 b/d and by 3.1pc to around 536,000 b/d, respectively.