GERMAN OIL DEMAND SHOWS SLIGHT GAIN

Petroleum demand in Germany, one of the world's major oil consumers and importers, rose barely 1% in 1993 to about 127 million tons or 2.5 million b/d, based on 7.3 bbl/ton. A preliminary estimate by Esso AG also shows Germany's product imports dropped slightly to 45 million bbl while exports increased to 14.5 million bbl from 13.3 million bbl. Part of the gain in total demand stemmed from increased purchases of gasoline and diesel fuel toward the end of 1993 for storage in anticipation

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