Georgian Oil Products Import Statistics
Gasoline and Diesel Fuel imports to Georgia during 2020 amounted to 1,106,000.00 metric tons.
Import of Gasoline amounted to 540.4 thousand tons, while Diesel Fuel imports to 565.6 thousand tons.
According to the countries, during the year 2020, the largest volume of gasoline and diesel fuel imports came from
Russia - 342.80 thousand tons (31% of total import volume)
Azerbaijan - 214.90 thousand tons (19.40%)
Romania - 206.9 thousand tons (18.70%)
Bulgaria - 112 thousand tons (10.10%)
Turkmenistan - 104.70 thousand tons (9.50%)
Greece - 45 thousand tons (4.10%)
Kazakhstan - 41.50 thousand tons (3.70%)
Turkey - 16.60 thousand tons (1.50%)
Moldova - 10.60 thousand tons (0.90%)
It should be noted that Russia is the largest supplier of gasoline and diesel fuel in Georgia for the last 3 years. As for Azerbaijan, only diesel fuel is imported, and the country is the largest supplier of Diesel to Georgia.
Lubricating oil imports to Georgia during 2020 amounted to 19.08 thousand tons.
According to the countries, during 2020 the largest volume of imports of lubricating oil came from
Turkey - 5.59 thousand tons (29.30% of total import volume)
Russia - 3.26 thousand tons (17.10%)
Germany - 1.66 thousand tons (8.70%)
Iran - 1.28 thousand tons (6.70%)
Jet Fuel imports during 2020 amounted to 56.4 thousand tons, which is 45.4 thousand tons or 44.6% less than the same period last year (101.8 thousand tons).
During 2020, 78.5% (44.3 thousand tons) of aviation oil imports arrived from
Turkmenistan, 15.8% (8.9 thousand tons)
Turkey, 3.9% (2.2 thousand tons)
Romania; 1.8% (1.0 thousand tons)
Bitumen imports during 2020 amounted to 128.7 thousand tons, which is 41.3 thousand tons or 24.3% less than the same period last year (170 thousand tons). Major supplier countries are following:
Azerbaijan 63.8% (82.1 thousand tons)
Iraq - 20.7% (26.6 thousand tons)
Islamic Republic of Iran - 7.1% (9.1 thousand tons)
Russia - 5.6% (7.2 thousand tons)
Turkey - 1,9% (2.4 thousand tons)
The decline in imports and, consequently, consumption of petroleum products during 2020 is mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic and related lockdowns and restrictions.