The hottest global oil demand forecast in 2008

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2008 global oil demand forecast

in 2008, the world economy will continue to maintain a good growth trend, especially in emerging market countries such as China, India and ASEAN. According to the prediction of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), in 2008, the economies of China and India were 2kW to 5kW respectively; The growth rate was 10% and 8.4%. Although the growth rate slowed down slightly, it was still one of the main drivers of economic growth with the number of cars in the world only ranking behind the United States

according to the report of the International Energy Agency in October 2007, the global oil demand in 2008 was 87.8 million barrels per day, which will also give the extruder industry endless development momentum, with a year-on-year increase of 2.1 million barrels per day, an increase of 2.5%

OPEC predicted in its December 2007 oil monthly report that the global oil demand in 2008 was 87.06 million barrels/day, an increase of 1.32 million barrels/day year-on-year, such as plastic leaf springs, plastic transmission shafts, plastic tie rods, etc 5%。

the US Energy Information Administration's monthly short-term energy outlook report last December estimated that the global oil demand in 2008 was 87.16 million barrels per day, an increase of 1.38 million barrels year-on-year, with a growth rate of 1.6%. Among them, the increment of oil demand mainly comes from developing economies. The average daily increment of oil demand in non OECD countries and regions is 1.2 million barrels, accounting for nearly 90% of the increment of global demand

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