Fossil fuel exporters

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Petroleum, natural gas, and coal are exported from various source countries to countries reliant on these fossil fuels.

Petroleum[edit]

Saudi Arabia is the largest exporter of petroleum in the world.

This is a list of countries by oil exports mostly based on The World Factbook:[1]

Rank Country/Region Oil - exports Date of
Information
1  Saudi Arabia 8,900,000 bbl/d (1,410,000 m3/d) 2007 est.
-  European Union 2,196,000 bbl/d (349,100 m3/d) 2001
2  Russia 5,430,000 bbl/d (863,000 m3/d) 2009
3  United Arab Emirates 2,540,000 bbl/d (404,000 m3/d) 2004 est.
4  Iran 1,500,000 bbl/d (240,000 m3/d) 2012 est.
5  Norway 2,500,000 bbl/d (400,000 m3/d) 2006 est.[2]
6  Canada 2,274,000 bbl/d (361,500 m3/d) 2004
7  Mexico 1,460,000 bbl/d (232,000 m3/d) 2004
8  Venezuela 2,203,000 bbl/d (350,200 m3/d) 2006 est.
9  Kuwait 2,200,000 bbl/d (350,000 m3/d) 2004
10  Nigeria 2,141,000 bbl/d (340,400 m3/d) 2006

Natural gas[edit]

Russia is the largest exporter of natural gas in the world, it exports almost twice as much natural gas as the second largest exporter.

This is a list of countries by natural gas exports mostly based on The World Factbook:[3]

Rank Country/Region Natural gas - exports (cu m) Date of
Information
1  Russia 182,000,000,000 2007 est.
2  Canada 101,900,000,000 2005 est.
3  Norway 78,100,000,000 2005 est.
-  European Union 76,480,000,000 2005 est.
4  Algeria 62,600,000,000 2005 est.
5  Turkmenistan 58,000,000,000 2007 est.
6  Netherlands 50,210,000,000 2005 est.
7  Indonesia 29,600,000,000 2006 est.
8  Malaysia 29,060,000,000 2005 est.
9  Qatar 25,990,000,000 2005 est.
10  Trinidad and Tobago 21,030,000,000 2007 est.

Coal[edit]

This is a list of countries by coal exports mostly based on US Energy Information Administration:[4]

Rank Country Coal - exports (Thousand Short Tons) Date of
Information
1  Australia 288,524 2009
2  Indonesia 261,419 2009
3  Russia 130,863 2009
4  Colombia 75,740 2009
5  South Africa 73,768 2009
6  United States 60,404 2009
7  China 38,354 2009
8  Canada 31,947 2009
9  Vietnam 28,200 2009
10  Kazakhstan 25,694 2009

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