Naphtha, changes in stocks (thousand metric tons) - for all countries


The series "Naphtha" contains 15,982 data rows in 19 data sets for 95 countries.
Light or medium oil distilling between 30°C and 210°C, for which there is no official definition, but which does not meet the standards laid down for motor spirit. The properties depend upon consumer specification. The C:H ratio is usually 84:14 or 84:16, with a very low sulphur content. Naphtha may be further blended or mixed with other materials to make high-grade motor gasolene or jet fuel, or may be used as a raw material for manufactured gas. Naphtha is sometimes used as input to feedstocks to make various kinds of chemical products, or may be used as a solvent.
In general, data on stocks refer to changes in stocks at producers, importers and/or industrial consumers at the beginning and end of each year. In some cases, however, stock series have been derived on the basis of the difference between gross availabilities for transformation or consumption and official or published data on actual consumption. A positive stock change (+) reflects additions to stocks which in effect decreases 'apparent consumption'; while a negative stock change (-) creates exactly the opposite result.
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Naphtha, changes in stocks (thousand metric tons) Light or medium oil distilling between 30°C and 210°C, for which there is no official definition, but which does not meet the standards laid down for motor spirit. The properties depend upon consumer specification. The C:H ratio is usually 84:14 or 84:16, with a very low sulphur content. Naphtha may be further blended or mixed with other materials to make high-grade motor gasolene or jet fuel, or may be used as a raw material for manufactured gas. Naphtha is sometimes used as input to feedstocks to make various kinds of chemical products, or may be used as a solvent.<br />In general, data on stocks refer to changes in stocks at producers, importers and/or industrial consumers at the beginning and end of each year. In some cases, however, stock series have been derived on the basis of the difference between gross availabilities for transformation or consumption and official or published data on actual consumption. A positive stock change (+) reflects additions to stocks which in effect decreases 'apparent consumption'; while a negative stock change (-) creates exactly the opposite result. /statistic/naphtha%2C%20changes%20in%20stocks

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