List of countries by oil production

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Top oil-producing countries,
million bbl/day (EIA)

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

Trends[edit]

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), in 2014 over 66% of world oil production came from the top ten countries: Saudi Arabia 542 Mt (13%), Russia 529 Mt (13%), United States 509 Mt (12%), China 212 Mt (5%), Canada 208 Mt (5%), Iran 166 Mt (4%), Iraq 160 Mt (4%), Kuwait 158 Mt (4%), United Arab Emirates 157 Mt (4%) and Venezuela 151 Mt (4%). Total oil production was 4,200 Mt.[2]

Countries[edit]

Countries producing oil 2013, bbl/day (CIA World Factbook)
Historical worldwide production of Crude Oil and Natural Gas Plant Liquids (IEA)

Total Petroleum and Other Liquids Production, 2014. ("Other liquids" include biofuels, liquids derived from coal and oil shale, and refinery gain.)[3]

Country Production (bbl/day)
1  United States 13,973,000
2  Saudi Arabia (OPEC) 11,624,000
3  Russia 10,853,000
4  China, People's Republic of 4,572,000
5  Canada 4,383,000
6  United Arab Emirates (OPEC) 3,471,000
7  Iran (OPEC) 3,375,000
8  Iraq (OPEC) 3,371,000
9  Brazil 2,950,000
10  Mexico 2,812,000
11  Kuwait (OPEC) 2,767,000
12  Venezuela (OPEC) 2,689,000
13  Nigeria (OPEC) 2,427,000
14  Qatar (OPEC) 2,055,000
15  Norway 1,904,000
16  Angola (OPEC) 1,756,000
17  Algeria (OPEC) 1,721,000
18  Kazakhstan 1,719,000
19  Colombia 1,016,000
20  India 978,000
21  Oman 951,000
22  Indonesia (OPEC) 911,000
23  United Kingdom 906,000
24  Azerbaijan 856,000
25  Argentina 715,000
26  Malaysia 697,000
27  Egypt 667,000
28  Ecuador (OPEC) 557,000
29  Libya (OPEC) 516,000
30  Australia 478,000
31  Thailand 422,000
32  Vietnam 316,000
33  Turkmenistan 276,000
34  Equatorial Guinea 269,000
35  Sudan and  South Sudan 262,000
36  Congo, Republic of the 259,000
37  Gabon 240,000
38  Peru 180,000
39  Denmark 171,000
40  Italy 169,000
41=  Germany 160,000
41=  South Africa, Republic of 160,000
43  Japan 137,000
44  Yemen 127,000
45  Brunei 124,000
46  Trinidad and Tobago 116,000
47  Ghana 106,000
48  Romania 104,000
49  Chad 103,000
50  Pakistan 98,000
51  Uzbekistan 85,000
52  Cameroon 81,000
53  South Korea 79,000
54  Timor-Leste 76,000
55  Bolivia 67,000
56  Ukraine 66,000
57=  Bahrain 64,000
57=  Netherlands 64,000
59=  France 61,000
59=  Turkey 61,000
61  Tunisia 59,000
62  New Zealand 50,000
63  Cuba 49,000
64  Spain 40,000
65  Poland 39,000
66  Ivory Coast 37,000
67  Papua New Guinea 34,000
68  Syria 33,000
69  Belarus 32,000
70  Austria 27,000
71  Philippines 26,000
72  Hungary 25,000
73  Taiwan 22,000
74=  Albania 21,000
74=  Myanmar 21,000
74=  Mongolia 21,000
74=  Serbia 21,000
78=  Congo, Democratic Republic of the 20,000
78=  Niger 20,000
78=  Singapore 20,000
81  Croatia 18,000
82=  Chile 15,000
82=  Virgin Islands, U.S. 15,000
84=  Guatemala 14,000
84=  Suriname 14,000
86=  Belgium 13,000
86=  Estonia 13,000
88  Sweden 12,000
89  Czech Republic 11,000
90  Finland 10,000
91=  Lithuania 9,100
91=  Slovakia 9,100
93  Greece 8,700
94  Portugal 7,100
95  Mauritania 6,000
96  Israel 5,800
97  Morocco 5,100
98  Bangladesh 4,800
99   Switzerland 3,900
100  Bulgaria 3,400
101  Aruba 2,800
102  Jamaica 2,100
103  Paraguay 2,000
104  Belize 1,800
105  Netherlands Antilles 1,500
106  Uruguay 1,200
107=  Barbados 1,000
107=  Georgia 1,000
107=  Latvia 1,000
110  Ireland, Republic of 900
111  Puerto Rico 700
112=  Costa Rica 300
112=  Slovenia 300
114=  Jordan 200
114=  Malawi 200
114=  Tajikistan 200
114=  Zambia 200
118=  Ethiopia 100
118=  Hong Kong 100
118=  Zimbabwe 100

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "The World Factbook: Country Comparison – Crude Oil – Production". CIA. Retrieved 2012-11-20. 
  2. ^ "Key World Energy Statistics, 2015", IEA, p. 11
  3. ^ "Total Petroleum and Other Liquids Production, 2014". U.S. Energy Information Administration. Retrieved 12 September 2015. 

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