Low use of refineries increases Brazil's oil export

The low rates of use reported in the Brazilian refineries made national oil exports jump 67 percent in June, compared to the same period in 2016, totaling 6,195,000 tons, close to the record number registered in February, when external sales totaled 6,230,000.

Petrobras executives explained that elevations in exports took place by the Park of the company is refining with a low level of use, due to a large volume of fuel imports by competitors, that even winning State market come from. In addition to the growth of commodity production in the pre-salt areas.

However, although little use of the inner product, with sales off almost double in June, with respect to the same period last year and 82% before may, totaled $ $1.975 billion dollars.

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