|Rank||Country||Natural gas - consumption (cubic meters)|
|11||United Arab Emirates||60,539,998,208|
|31||Trinidad and Tobago||23,320,000,512|
|88||Congo, Republic of the||930,000,000|
|99||Bosnia and Herzegovina||256,900,000|
|105||Papua New Guinea||110,000,000|
|115||Antigua and Barbuda||0|
|125||Congo, Democratic Republic of the||0|
|133||Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)||0|
|148||Central African Republic||0|
|186||Turks and Caicos Islands||0|
|189||Sao Tome and Principe||0|
|194||Saint Pierre and Miquelon||0|
|195||Saint Kitts and Nevis||0|
|203||British Virgin Islands||0|
|210||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||0|
Definition: This entry is the total natural gas consumed in cubic meters (cu m). The discrepancy between the amount of natural gas produced and/or imported and the amount consumed and/or exported is due to the omission of stock changes and other complicating factors.
Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2014See also: Natural gas - consumption map
Qatar’s gas consumption jumps 40% in five years
The Peninsula - 9/21/2016 7:33:16 PM
DOHA: Consumption of natural gas in Qatar has seen a rapid rise the past few years. The country, the largest exporter of natural gas in the world, has witnessed a steep rise of 40 percent over the last five years. According to BP Statistical Review of ...
Qatar witnesses a 40% rise in natural gas consumption over five years
qatarscoop.com - 9/23/2016 7:35:04 AM
... sectors account for most of the natural gas consumption in Qatar, a report by the The Peninsula suggest. It may be noted that in terms of natural gas reserves, Qatar ranks third in the world. The country has played a major role in the global natural ...
Global Fossil Fuel Consumption Subsidies Abound, But Not in the U.S.
instituteforenergyresearch.org - 9/26/2016 5:39:58 PM
Iran leads the world in fossil fuel consumption subsidies providing ... 29 percent funded natural gas, and the remainder (20 percent) went to electricity. Saudi Arabia is the second largest country subsidizing end-use fossil fuel prices, providing 69 ...
Why Japan's Liquefied Natural Gas Demand Will Increase
Forbes - 9/25/2016 6:59:53 PM
Japan is the world’s largest LNG importer at about 35% of global ... The one certainty is that there’s lots more room for even more natural gas consumption in Japan. Japan is overly reliant on oil, at about 45% of all energy use, versus under 30% ...
Global Spiral Welded Pipes and Tubes Industry
Market Watch - 9/27/2016 7:18:59 PM
GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE.....II-59 Table 25: World Recent ... Outlook..... III-19 Leading Oil & Gas Importer Worldwide III-19 Table 38: Japanese Energy Consumption by Source (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Consumption for Natural ...
Global Natural Gas Consumption Regains Momentum
worldwatch.org - 9/21/2016 11:58:07 PM
This increase puts natural gas’s share of total energy consumption at 23.8 percent, a reflection of new pipelines and natural gas terminals in many countries. The world’s largest incremental increase in natural gas use occurred in the United States ...
US Natural Gas Market Rebalancing Underway: Kemp
worldenergynews.com - 9/16/2016 3:28:39 PM
The U.S. natural gas market is well on the way to rebalancing as unusually high airconditioning demand coupled with strong underlying consumption growth absorbs ... normal in the most populous parts of the country for at least the next fortnight, according ...
COLUMN-U.S. natural gas market rebalancing well underway: Kemp
Reuters - 9/16/2016 9:16:25 AM
Anticipating a tighter market in 2017, hedge funds and other money managers amassed the largest net long position in natural gas futures and options ... at the start of April. Gas consumption by power producers has been supported by strong airconditioning ...
Total energy consumption ups by 4% in H1
customstoday.com.pk - 9/22/2016 2:31:26 PM
Among fuels, the consumption of wood fuels increased most in the first half of 2016, by five per cent. Oil and coal rose by four per cent and peat by three per cent. Compared with the first half of 2015, only the consumption of natural gas went down by ...
Flaring Gas: How Not to Waste a Valuable Resource
blogs.ei.columbia.edu - 9/16/2016 7:17:43 PM
Every year, oil fields around the globe burn, or “flare,” an estimated 3.5% of the world’s natural gas supply ... s current electricity consumption. Rather than flaring, oil producers could re-inject the gas into the oil field or implement strategies ...
China - natural gas consumption 1998-2015
www.statista.com - 9/22/2016 4:51:37 AM
Share of natural gas ... China- primary energy consumption by fuel type 2010-2015 Share of natural gas in total energy production in China 2004-2014 Share of natural gas in total energy production in China 2004-2014 Leading countries based on natural ...
Unsettling outlook for gas
in-cyprus.com - 9/26/2016 9:54:40 AM
The implications of this on the outlook for natural gas are unpredictable and unsettling. The report examines INDCs from China, EU, India, Iran, Japan, Saudi Arabia and US. It argues that in developed countries ... in production or consumption, a challenge.
Do Renewables Help Natural Gas Consumption?
Seeking Alpha - 8/19/2016 1:45:51 PM
Do renewables drive natural gas consumption? Recent press suggests yes but a country-by-country look suggests it does not. OECD countries adding renewables rapidly albeit from a small base while Rest of the World is more aggressive at adding gas ...
The New Gas Guzzlers
Slate - 7/13/2012 3:34:32 PM
A world in which a majority of oil consumption is ... Meanwhile, cheap natural gas has cut into nontransportation oil usage. Advertisement By contrast, demand for oil has been booming outside of the rich countries of the Organization for Economic ...
WWF - Spain could be first EU member country to have a natural World Heritage site listed as ‘in danger’
wired-gov.net - 9/17/2016 6:16:17 AM
WWF is launching a campaign to motivate the Spanish government to act to avoid the embarrassment of the first natural site ‘in danger’ listing of an EU member country ... and gas storage. The most urgent threat identified by the UNESCO World Heritage ...