|2020-03-18 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
中国石化新闻网讯 据OE网站3月16日报道，Rystad 能源在一份有关全球石油和燃料需求的新报告中表示，随着疫情蔓延，各国实施旅行限制以及航空公司继续取消数千个航班，航空燃料将是受影响最严重的燃料行业。
郝芬 译自 OE网站
Global Jet Fuel Demand To Slump 11% Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
Jet fuel demand will be the hardest hit fuel sector as the coronavirus outbreak spreads across the world, countries impose travel restrictions, and airlines continue to cancel thousands of flights, Rystad Energy said in a new report on global demand for oil and fuels.
Jet fuel demand is set to slump by 11 percent year on year in 2020, from last year’s demand of around 7.2 million bpd. Global air traffic is expected to plunge by 16 percent on the year, according to Rystad.
Rystad Energy now expects global oil demand to drop by 600,000 bpd this year, or by 0.6 percent, compared to 2019.
Major organizations and international bodies have already dramatically cut expectations for this year’s global oil demand as the Covid-19 outbreak results in restricted travel and slowing economic activity.
OPEC, for example, now sees global oil demand rising by mere 60,000 bpd in 2020 after it has slashed its forecasts by 920,000 bpd from just a month ago.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) warned this week that oil demand was set to drop this year for the first time since the financial crisis in 2009 due to the coronavirus outbreak and its impact on economies. The IEA now sees global oil demand falling by 90,000 bpd year on year in 2020.