List of countries by natural gas consumption

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This is a list of countries by annual natural gas consumption.[1][2] For informational purposes, several non-sovereign entities are also included in this list.

Rank Country/Region Natural Gas- consumption
(million m³/year)
Date of
Information
 World 3,929,000 2019
1  United States 846,600 2019
 European Union 469,600 2019
2  Russia 444,300 2019
3  China 307,300 2019
4  Iran 223,600 2019
5  Canada 120,300 2019
6  Saudi Arabia 113,600 2019
7  Japan 108,100 2019
8  Mexico 90,700 2019
9  Germany 88,700 2019
10  United Kingdom 78,800 2019
11  United Arab Emirates 72,200 2017
12  Italy 72,100 2017
13  Egypt 58,900 2020
14  India 54,200 2017
15  Turkey 51,700 2017
16  Thailand 50,100 2017
17  South Korea 49,400 2017
18  Argentina 48,500 2017
19  Qatar 47,400 2017
20  France 44,700 2017
21  Malaysia 42,800 2017
22  Australia 41,900 2017
23  Uzbekistan 41,600 2017
24  Pakistan 40,700 2017
25  Indonesia 39,200 2017
26  Algeria 38,900 2017
27  Brazil 38,300 2017
28  Venezuela 37,600 2017
29  Netherlands 36,100 2017
30  Bangladesh 34,400 2019
31  Spain 32,000 2017
32  Turkmenistan 31,500 2019
33  Ukraine 29,800 2017
34  Oman 25,000 2019
35  Kuwait 23,500 2019
36  Taiwan 23,300 2019
37  Poland 20,400 2019
38  Iraq 19,900 2019
39  Belarus 19,300 2019
40  Nigeria 18,820 2015 est.
41  Trinidad and Tobago 17,500 2019
42  Belgium 17,400 2019
43  Kazakhstan 16,300 2017
44  Bahrain 15,500 2015 est.
45  Colombia 13,400 2019
46  Singapore 12,700 2019
47  Azerbaijan 11,800 2019
48  Romania 10,900 2019
49  Israel 10,800 2019
50  Vietnam 9,900 2019
51  Hungary 9,800 2019
52  Austria 8,900 2019
53  Czech Republic 8,300 2019
54  Peru 8,300 2019
55  Chile 6,500 2019
56  Slovakia 6,216 2007 est.
57  Portugal 6,100 2019
58  Greece 5,100 2019
59  New Zealand 4,800 2019
60  Denmark 4,555 2007 est.
61  Norway 4,500 2019
62  Libya 4,490 2015 est.
63  Ireland 4,354 2015 est.
64  Syria 4,300 2015 est.
65  South Africa 4,300 2019
66  Philippines 4,100 2019
67  Tunisia 3,850 2006 est.
68  Myanmar 3,620 2006 est.
69  Bulgaria 3,500 2007 est.
70  Brunei 3,480 2015 est.
71  Lithuania 3,440 2007 est.
72   Switzerland 3,400 2019
73  Croatia 3,300 2007
74  Hong Kong 3,100 2019
75  Bolivia 3,000 2007 est.
76  Jordan 2,897 2015 est.
77  Moldova 2,440 2007 est.
78  Serbia 2,180 2015 est.
79  Armenia 2,050 2015 est.
80  Latvia 2,040 2007 est.
81  Finland 2,000 2019
82  Mozambique 1,895 2015 est.
83  Georgia 1,490 2007 est.
84  Luxembourg 1,329 2007 est.
85  Equatorial Guinea 1,300 2006 est.
85  Côte d'Ivoire 1,300 2006 est.
87  Cuba 1,185 2016 est.
88  Sweden 1,000 2019
89  Morocco 1,000 2019
90  Kyrgyzstan 768 2007 est.
91  Slovenia 743 2017 est.
92  Puerto Rico 736.2 2007 est.
93  Angola 680 2006 est.
94  Cameroon 680 2015 est.
95  Ecuador 600 2019
96  Estonia 525 2016 est.
97  Gabon 378 2015 est.
98  Dominican Republic 250 2006 est.
99  Bosnia and Herzegovina 200 2015 est.
100  Republic of the Congo 180 2006 est.
101  Afghanistan 146.6 2015 est.
102  Tanzania 146 2006 est.
103  Papua New Guinea 100 2015 est.
104  North Macedonia 60 2015 est.
105  Senegal 60 2015 est.
106  Uruguay 40 2015 est.
107  Albania 35 2015 est.
108  Tajikistan 20 2015 est.
109  Barbados 12.7 2015 est.
110  Macau 0.4 2013 est.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The World Factbook — Central Intelligence Agency". www.cia.gov.
  2. ^ "BP's Statistical Review of World Energy June, 2018" (PDF). Retrieved 3 January 2019.