Balance of Supply & Demand Forecast for 2012 – January 2012

Source: OPEC 1/21/2012, Location: Europe

The demand for OPEC crude in 2012 is projected to average 30.1 mb/d, about 60,000 b/d higher than in the previous report. Within the quarters, the first and third quarters were revised up by 0.1 mb/d, while the second and fourth remained unchanged. Required OPEC crude is forecast to remain flat from the previous year. 1Q12 is estimated to see growth of 0.2 mb/d, followed by a contraction of 0.1 mb/d in 2Q12, while 3Q12 and 4Q12 are forecast to experience an increase of 0.1 mb/d over a year ago.


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