Country Comparison > Oil - consumption

RankCountryOil - consumption (bbl/day)
1United States19,150,000
2China9,400,000
3Japan4,452,000
4India3,182,000
5Saudi Arabia2,643,000
6Germany2,495,000
7Canada2,209,000
8Russia2,199,000
9Korea, South2,195,000
10Mexico2,073,000
11Brazil2,029,000
12France1,861,000
13Iran1,845,000
14United Kingdom1,622,000
15Italy1,528,000
16Spain1,441,000
17Indonesia1,292,000
18Singapore1,080,000
19Netherlands1,009,000
20Taiwan1,002,000
21Thailand988,000
22Australia960,800
23Venezuela746,000
24Egypt740,000
25Iraq694,000
26Turkey646,300
27Belgium622,600
28Argentina618,000
29Poland564,500
30Malaysia556,000
31South Africa553,000
32United Arab Emirates545,000
33Pakistan410,000
34Greece371,300
35Kuwait354,000
36Sweden351,100
37Vietnam321,500
38Algeria312,000
39Philippines310,000
40Hong Kong303,800
41Chile302,700
42Colombia296,000
43Ukraine296,000
44Syria292,000
45Libya289,000
46Nigeria279,000
47Austria277,900
48Portugal277,400
49Switzerland242,700
50Israel238,000
51Norway221,300
52Kazakhstan218,000
53Finland217,400
54Morocco209,000
55Romania196,000
56Czech Republic195,700
57Peru189,000
58Cuba176,000
59Ecuador166,300
60Qatar166,000
61Belarus163,000
62Yemen157,000
63Puerto Rico150,000
64New Zealand149,700
65Hungary146,600
66Ireland143,100
67Oman142,000
68Denmark140,900
69Turkmenistan125,000
70Dominican Republic119,000
71Lebanon106,000
72Azerbaijan104,000
73Uzbekistan104,000
74Sudan98,000
75Bangladesh98,000
76Jordan98,000
77Panama97,000
78Sri Lanka92,000
79Bulgaria91,000
80Virgin Islands85,000
81Tunisia84,000
82Slovakia83,810
83Kenya78,000
84Angola74,000
85Guatemala71,000
86Croatia68,510
87Lithuania67,000
88Jamaica63,000
89Slovenia63,000
90Luxembourg60,500
91Ghana60,000
92El Salvador57,280
93Armenia52,000
94Honduras51,000
95Serbia50,280
96Bahrain47,000
97Ethiopia47,000
98Costa Rica47,000
99Uruguay45,200
100Bolivia44,430
101Senegal41,000
102Trinidad and Tobago41,000
103Tajikistan40,000
104Tanzania38,000
105Burma37,000
106Bahamas, The35,000
107Albania33,000
108Papua New Guinea33,000
109Cambodia32,000
110Estonia31,000
111Paraguay31,000
112Nicaragua30,000
113Cameroon30,000
114Latvia29,880
115Bosnia and Herzegovina28,500
116Benin25,000
117Gibraltar25,000
118Cote d'Ivoire25,000
119Namibia24,000
120West Bank24,000
121Togo23,000
122Mauritius23,000
123Madagascar22,000
124Moldova20,000
125Mauritania20,000
126Nepal20,000
127Malta19,000
128Macedonia19,000
129Gabon18,000
130Iceland17,430
131Mongolia17,000
132Macau17,000
133Mozambique17,000
134Brunei17,000
135Kyrgyzstan16,000
136Zambia16,000
137Suriname15,000
138Botswana15,000
139Fiji15,000
140New Caledonia14,000
141Uganda14,000
142Korea, North13,000
143Georgia13,000
144Congo, Democratic Republic of the13,000
145Djibouti12,000
146Haiti12,000
147Congo, Republic of the11,000
148Zimbabwe11,000
149Guyana10,000
150Guinea9,000
151Barbados9,000
152Guam9,000
153Burkina Faso9,000
154Sierra Leone9,000
155Seychelles8,000
156French Polynesia8,000
157Aruba8,000
158Malawi8,000
159Belize7,000
160Eritrea6,000
161Mali6,000
162Maldives6,000
163Niger6,000
164Rwanda6,000
165Somalia5,000
166Antigua and Barbuda5,000
167Bermuda5,000
168Afghanistan4,800
169Liberia4,500
170Faroe Islands4,492
171American Samoa4,400
172Greenland4,000
173Montenegro4,000
174Swaziland4,000
175Saint Lucia3,000
176Guinea-Bissau3,000
177Laos3,000
178Grenada3,000
179Cayman Islands3,000
180Burundi3,000
181East Timor2,600
182Saint Vincent and the Grenadines2,000
183Western Sahara2,000
184Saint Kitts and Nevis2,000
185Chad2,000
186Solomon Islands2,000
187Central African Republic2,000
188Cape Verde2,000
189Equatorial Guinea2,000
190Gambia, The2,000
191Lesotho2,000
192Nauru1,300
193Vanuatu1,000
194Montserrat1,000
195Dominica1,000
196Cook Islands1,000
197Comoros1,000
198Bhutan1,000
199Saint Pierre and Miquelon1,000
200Sao Tome and Principe1,000
201Tonga1,000
202Samoa1,000
203British Virgin Islands1,000
204Turks and Caicos Islands500
205Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)300
206Kiribati300
207Saint Helena100
208Niue40

Definition: This entry is the total oil consumed 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, 2014

See also: Oil - consumption map

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