In January, India’s fuel demand dropped from a nine-month high.

Fuel demand in India decreased in January after reaching a nine-month high in December, as a result of decreased mobility brought on by the country’s widespread cold weather and a slowdown in industrial output.

Data from the Indian Oil Ministry’s Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) showed on Wednesday that fuel consumption.

An annual basis, fuel use increased by 3.3%. Sales of diesel increased by 12.6%, and those of gasoline increased by 14.2%.