Country Comparison > Oil - production

RankCountryOil - production (bbl/day)
1Saudi Arabia10,520,000
2Russia10,270,000
3United States9,688,000
4Iran4,252,000
5China4,073,000
6Canada3,483,000
7Mexico2,983,000
8United Arab Emirates2,813,000
9Iraq2,642,000
10Nigeria2,458,000
11Kuwait2,450,000
12Venezuela2,375,000
13Brazil2,301,000
14Norway2,134,000
15Algeria2,078,000
16Angola1,988,000
17Libya1,789,000
18Kazakhstan1,608,000
19Qatar1,437,000
20United Kingdom1,393,000
21Azerbaijan1,041,000
22Indonesia1,030,000
23India954,000
24Oman867,900
25Colombia800,100
26Argentina763,600
27Malaysia716,000
28Egypt662,600
29Australia549,200
30Sudan514,300
31Ecuador500,000
32Thailand406,800
33Syria401,000
34Equatorial Guinea322,700
35Vietnam305,000
36Congo, Republic of the302,200
37Yemen258,800
38Denmark234,100
39Gabon227,900
40Turkmenistan216,000
41South Africa192,100
42Brunei159,400
43Peru152,700
44Italy151,800
45Germany147,200
46Trinidad and Tobago144,900
47Japan131,800
48Chad126,200
49Romania107,100
50East Timor87,500
51Uzbekistan87,000
52France84,820
53Tunisia83,720
54Ukraine82,000
55Cameroon65,330
56Pakistan64,950
57New Zealand60,480
58Netherlands59,490
59Turkey55,110
60Cuba53,690
61Korea, South48,400
62Bahrain46,430
63Cote d'Ivoire44,880
64Bolivia44,660
65Hungary34,480
66Philippines33,110
67Belarus31,010
68Papua New Guinea30,570
69Spain29,970
70Austria29,590
71Poland28,230
72Uruguay28,000
73Taiwan26,680
74Serbia22,730
75Burma21,120
76Congo, Democratic Republic of the21,000
77Virgin Islands17,440
78El Salvador15,640
79Suriname14,460
80Croatia13,780
81Guatemala13,070
82Mauritania11,640
83Belgium11,220
84Albania10,930
85Singapore10,910
86Chile10,640
87Czech Republic10,310
88Ghana8,880
89Finland8,718
90Slovakia8,281
91Greece7,946
92Estonia7,642
93Lithuania5,732
94Bangladesh5,724
95Sweden4,833
96Portugal4,721
97Belize4,252
98Israel4,029
99Morocco3,938
100Switzerland3,488
101Bulgaria2,925
102Aruba2,477
103Puerto Rico1,075
104Georgia983.8
105Kyrgyzstan946.2
106Barbados738.5
107Sri Lanka636.5
108Jamaica505.7
109Ireland430.8
110Dominican Republic392.2
111Nicaragua377.4
112Costa Rica263.4
113Tajikistan219.9
114Zambia190.3
115Kenya136.2
116Korea, North118
117Macedonia116.2
118Somalia110.1
119Jordan87.77
120Senegal65.12
121Bosnia and Herzegovina59.36
122Sierra Leone25.39
123Slovenia5
124Saint Lucia0
125Turks and Caicos Islands0
126Tonga0
127Togo0
128Sao Tome and Principe0
129Saint Helena0
130Rwanda0
131Saint Pierre and Miquelon0
132Saint Kitts and Nevis0
133Seychelles0
134Guinea-Bissau0
135Zimbabwe0
136British Virgin Islands0
137Namibia0
138West Bank0
139Western Sahara0
140Samoa0
141Swaziland0
142Saint Vincent and the Grenadines0
143Tanzania0
144Uganda0
145Burkina Faso0
146Benin0
147Solomon Islands0
148Bhutan0
149Burundi0
150Cambodia0
151Botswana0
152Bermuda0
153Bahamas, The0
154Antigua and Barbuda0
155Afghanistan0
156American Samoa0
157Armenia0
158Central African Republic0
159Cape Verde0
160Cook Islands0
161Cayman Islands0
162Comoros0
163Djibouti0
164Dominica0
165Eritrea0
166Guam0
167Gibraltar0
168Grenada0
169Greenland0
170Fiji0
171Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)0
172Faroe Islands0
173French Polynesia0
174Ethiopia0
175Gambia, The0
176Iceland0
177Guinea0
178Guyana0
179Haiti0
180Hong Kong0
181Honduras0
182Kiribati0
183Kosovo0
184Liberia0
185Lesotho0
186Luxembourg0
187Laos0
188Lebanon0
189Latvia0
190Mali0
191Mauritius0
192Malta0
193Maldives0
194Madagascar0
195Macau0
196Moldova0
197Mongolia0
198Montserrat0
199Malawi0
200Montenegro0
201Paraguay0
202Panama0
203Nepal0
204Nauru0
205Mozambique0
206New Caledonia0
207Niue0
208Niger0
209Vanuatu0

Definition: This entry is the total oil produced in barrels per day (bbl/day). The discrepancy between the amount of oil produced and/or imported and the amount consumed and/or exported is due to the omission of stock changes, refinery gains, and other complicating factors.

Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2012

See also: Oil - production map

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