August sees a further decline in India's gasoline demand as the monsoon arrives.

Mobility is limited by the monsoon, and as rains begin, so does demand from the agricultural industry, which depends on fuel for irrigation pumps and haulage.



According to preliminary industry data released on Tuesday, diesel demand in India decreased for the second consecutive month as the arrival of the monsoon reduced consumption in important industries like agriculture. In July, demand for gasoline and diesel had decreased month over month. While gasoline consumption has remained nearly constant in the first half of August, demand for diesel, the nation's most popular fuel, fell 11.2% from August 1 to 15, from 3.17 million tonnes to 2.82 million tonnes.


The country's demand for diesel is greatly influenced by the monsoon's arrival and intensity, and generally, consumption is lower in July and August than it is in April and June. Mobility is limited by the monsoon, and as rains begin, so does demand from the agricultural industry, which depends on fuel for irrigation pumps and haulage. However, due to robust economic development and a low baseline at the same time in 2021, when the second wave of COVID-19 influenced the economy, diesel consumption increased by 32.8% year over year.


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