List of countries by oil production

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Graph of Top Oil Producing Countries 1960-2006

This is a list of countries by oil production.[1]

Trends[edit]

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), in 2011 the top ten oil-producing countries accounted for over 63% of the world's oil production.[2] As of November 2012, Russia produced 10.9 million barrels of crude per day, while Saudi Arabia produced 9.9 million barrels.[3]

Top oil producers: According to IEA top 10 oil producer countries produced over 64 % of the world oil production in 2012. The top oil producers in 2012 were: Saudi Arabia 544 Mt (13 %), Russia 520 Mt (13 %), United States 387 Mt (9 %), China 206 Mt (5%), Iran 186 Mt (4 %), Canada 182 Mt (4 %), United Arab Emirates 163 Mt (4 %), Venezuela 162 Mt (4 %), Kuwait 152 Mt (4 %) and Iraq 148 Mt (4 %). In 2012 total oil production was 4,142 Mt. [4] In 2011 the world oil production was 4,011 Mt demonstrating an annually rising trend in oil production.[5]

Countries[edit]

Chart of oil producing nations by order of net exports, as of 2006 (Norway values are wrong, click to enlarge).
Chart of oil producing nations ordered by gross production (click to enlarge).
Historical crude oil / natural gas plant liquids (NGPL) production chart (click to enlarge).
Countries producing oil.
Countries producing oil 2010, bbl/day (CIA World Factbook).
Country Production (bbl/day) Share of
World %
Date of
Information
aaaa World 84,820,000[6] 100%
1  Russia 10,100,000 13.28% 2014 est.[7][8]
2  Saudi Arabia 9,800,000 12.65% 2014 est.[7][9]
3  United States 8,100,000 9.97% 2014 est.
4  Iran 4,231,000 4.77% 2013 est.
5  China 4,073,000 4.56% 2013 est.
6  Canada 3,592,000 3.90% 2013 est.
7  Iraq 3,400,000 3.75% 2013 est.
8  United Arab Emirates 3,087,000 3.32% 2013 est.
9  Venezuela 3,023,000 3.56% 2013 est.
10  Mexico 2,934,000 3.56% 2013 est.
11  Kuwait 2,682,000 2.96% 2013 est.
12  Brazil 2,633,000 3.05% 2013 est.
13  Nigeria 2,525,000 2.62% 2013 est.
14  Norway 1,998,000 2.79% 2013 est.
15  Algeria 1,885,000 2.52% 2013 est.
16  Angola 1,840,000 2.31% 2013 est.
17  Kazakhstan 1,635,000 1.83% 2013 est.
18  Qatar 1,631,000 1.44% 2013 est.
19  United Kingdom 1,099,000 1.78% 2011 est.
20  Colombia 1,011,992 0.97% 2013 est.
21  Azerbaijan 987,000 1.20% 2011 est.
22  Indonesia 982,900 1.66%
23  India 897,300 1.04% 2013 est.
25  Oman 890,500 0.95% 2013 est.
26  Argentina 796,300 0.93% 2013 est.
27  Libya 700,000 0.85% 2013 est.[10]
28  Egypt 680,500 0.80% 2013 est.
29  Malaysia 693,700 0.82% 2013 est.
30  Ecuador 485,700 0.58% 2013 est.
31  Australia 589,200 0.70% 2013 est.
32  Syria 400,400 0.48% 2013 est.
33  Thailand 380,000 0.45% 2013 est.
35  Equatorial Guinea 346,000 0.41% 2013 est.
36  Vietnam 300,600 0.36% 2013 est.
37  Yemen 288,400 0.34% 2013
38  Taiwan 276,800 0.33% 2009
39  Congo, Republic of the 274,400 0.33% 2009
40  Denmark 262,100 0.31% 2009
41  Gabon 241,700 0.29% 2009
42  Turkmenistan 197,700 0.22% 2009
43  South Africa 191,000 0.22% 2009
44  Germany 156,800 0.19% 2009
45  Trinidad and Tobago 151,600 0.18% 2009
46  Peru 148,000 0.17% 2009
47  Italy 146,500 0.17% 2009
48  Brunei 146,000 0.17% 2009
49  Japan 132,700 0.16% 2009
50  Romania 117,000 0.14% 2009
51  Chad 115,000 0.13% 2009
52  Sudan 111,700 0.13% 2009
53  Ukraine 99,930 0.12% 2009
54  Timor-Leste 96,270 0.11% 2009
55  Tunisia 91,380 0.11% 2009
56  Cameroon 77,310 0.09% 2009
55  Uzbekistan 70,910 0.08% 2013
56  France 70,820 0.08% 2013
57  New Zealand 61,150 0.07% 2013
58  Suriname 59,190 0.07% 2013
59  Pakistan 59,140 0.07% 2013
60  Ivory Coast 58,950 0.07% 2013
61  Netherlands 57,190 0.07% 2013
62  Turkey 52,980 0.06% 2013
63  Bahrain 48,560 0.06% 2013
64  Cuba 48,340 0.06% 2013
65  Korea, South 48,180 0.06% 2010
66  Bolivia 47,050 0.06% 2010
67  Papua New Guinea 35,090 0.04% 2009
68  Poland 34,140 0.04% 2009
69  Belarus 31,400 0.04% 2009
70  Spain 27,230 0.03% 2009
71  Croatia 23,960 0.03% 2009
72  Austria 21,880 0.03% 2009
73  Hungary 21,430 0.03% 2010
74  Burma 18,880 0.02% 2009
75  U.S. Virgin Islands 16,870 0.02% 2009
76  Mauritania 16,510 0.02% 2009
77  Congo, Democratic Republic of the 16,360 0.02% 2009
78  Guatemala 13,530 0.02% 2009
79  Philippines 12,000 0.02% 2013 est.[11]
80  Serbia 11,400 0.01% 2010
81  Belgium 11,220 0.01% 2009
82  Czech Republic 10,970 0.01% 2009
83  Singapore 10,910 0.01% 2009
84  Chile 10,850 0.01% 2009
85  Finland 8,718 0.01% 2009
86  Estonia 7,600 0.01% 2009
87  Ghana 7,081 0.01% 2009
88  Greece 6,779 0.01% 2009
89  Lithuania 6,333 0.01% 2009
90  Bangladesh 5,733 0.01% 2009
91  Albania 5,400 0.01% 2009
92  Mongolia 5,100 0.01% 2009
93  Sweden 4,833 0.01% 2009
94  Portugal 4,721 0.01% 2009
95  Slovakia 4,114 0.00% 2013
96  Morocco 4,053 0.00% 2013
97  Belize 3,990 0.00% 2013
98  Israel 3,806 0.00% 2013
99   Switzerland 3,488 0.00% 2013
100  Bulgaria 3,227 0.00% 2013
101  Aruba 2,235 0.00% 2013
102  Puerto Rico 1,783 0.00% 2013
103  Uruguay 997 0.00% 2010
104  Georgia 995 0.00% 2013
105  Kyrgyzstan 979 0.00% 2013
106  Barbados 765 0.00% 2013
107  Ireland 431 0.00% 2010
108  Tajikistan 221 0.00% 2013
109  Zambia 160 0.00% 2013
110  Korea, North 118 0.00% 2013
111  Somalia 108 0.00% 2013
112  Paraguay 31 0.00% 2013
113  Sierra Leone 29 0.00% 2013
114  Slovenia 5 0.00% 2013
115  Sri Lanka 5 0.00% 2013
116  Panama 2 0.00% 2013

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Notes[edit]

External links[edit]

  • [3], International Energy Agency Production and Imports