India Sees Fuel Demand Reaching Pre-Virus Levels In June

India’s fuel demand, which had crashed by 60 percent during the early days of its two-month lockdown, is set to reach pre-coronavirus levels in June, Indian Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan told Times of India over the weekend.   In May, demand for fuel in the world’s third-largest oil importer is back at 65 percent compared to May 2020, “and will reach pre-Corona level in June,” Pradhan told TOI. After the easing of the lockdown in India, two-wheelers and small cars will remain an affordable option for maintaining social…