List of countries by oil imports

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Trends in the top five crude oil-importing countries, 1960-2012

This is a list of countries by oil imports based on The World Factbook [1] and other sources.[1] Many countries also export oil, and some export more oil than they import.

Countries[edit]

Crude Oil Import by Country[2]
Rank Country/Region Crude Oil - Imports
(bbl/day - est.)
Year of
Information
-  European Union 14,060,000 2017
1  China 8,400,000 2018[3]
2  United States 7,900,000 2018
3  India 4,930,000 2018[4]
4  Japan 3,441,000 2014
5  South Korea 2,949,000 2014
6  Germany 1,830,000 2013
7  Philippines 1,503,000 2014
8  Italy 1,346,000 2013
9  Spain 1,224,000 2013
10  United Kingdom 1,221,000 2013
11  Netherlands 1,204,000 2013
12  France 1,129,000 2013
13  Singapore 976,100 2012
14  Thailand 898,000 2012
15  Taiwan 841,300 2015
16  Canada 700,000 2014
17  Belgium 618,400 2013
18  Greece 468,000 2013
19  Poland 467,400 2013
20  Australia 461,900 2013
21  Belarus 433,400 2012
22  South Africa 414,000 2013
23  Indonesia 391,800 2012
24  Turkey 379,600 2013
25  Pakistan 372,800 2013
26  Sweden 352,300 2013
27  Brazil 344,900 2012
28  Portugal 282,400 2013
29  Israel 275,600 2013
30  Bahrain 243,300 2012
31  Finland 236,000 2013
32  Aruba 229,000 2012
33  Malaysia 200,200 2012
34  Chile 186,900 2013
35  Lithuania 181,900 2012
36  Austria 173,900 2014
37  Cuba 160,000 2013
38  Morocco 148,500 2012
39  Czech Republic 131,300 2013
40  Bulgaria 128,100 2012
41  Kazakhstan 118,400 2012
42  Slovakia 117,600 2013
43  Hungary 115,300 2013
44  Peru 110,600 2012
45  Romania 104,900 2012
46   Switzerland 101,400 2013
47  New Zealand 101,200 2013
48  Denmark 99,690 2013
49  Egypt 80,000 2013
50  Côte d'Ivoire 72,860 2012
51  North Korea 70,000 2013
52  Ireland 66,490 2013
53  Jordan 59,440 2013
54  Trinidad and Tobago 59,180 2012
55  Uruguay 40,880 2012
56  Croatia 37,300 2014
57  Norway 37,080 2013
58  Ukraine 33,020 2012
59  Sri Lanka 32,520 2012
60  Cameroon 31,960 2012
61  Serbia 31,730 2014
62  Russia 29,650 2014
63  Iran 28,140 2012
64  Dominican Republic 26,500 2012
65  Bangladesh 25,320 2012
66  Ghana 24,200 2012
67  Jamaica 24,160 2012
68  Tunisia 22,120 2012
69  Bosnia and Herzegovina 20,040 2012
70  Kenya 19,830 2012
71  Senegal 15,560 2012
72  Papua New Guinea 14,880 2012
73  Zambia 14,340 2012
74  Nicaragua 13,580 2014
75  El Salvador 9,940 2012
76  Mexico 9,884 2013
77  Algeria 5,900 2012
78  U.S. Virgin Islands 4,493 2012
79  Albania 3,440 2012
80  Uzbekistan 340 2012
81  Macedonia 146 2014
82  Latvia 140 2012
83  Argentina 100 2012
84  Myanmar 40 2012

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.eia.gov/countries/index.cfm?topL=imp
  2. ^ "The World Factbook". report. Central Intelligence Agency. Retrieved 12 September 2016. 
  3. ^ "China becomes world's largest oil importer". www.ecns.cn. Retrieved 2018-02-07. 
  4. ^ "India's oil imports hit record high in January". The Economic Times. 2018-02-15. Retrieved 2018-02-16.