Country Comparison > Oil consumption per capita

RankCountryOil consumption per capita (bbl/day per 1000 people)
1Gibraltar861.06
2Virgin Islands807.41
3Singapore201.74
4Montserrat193.65
5Saint Pierre and Miquelon171.5
6Nauru138.62
7Kuwait133.77
8Luxembourg118.84
9Bahamas, The110.7
10United Arab Emirates102.55
11Saudi Arabia99.61
12Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)95.54
13Cook Islands92.79
14Faroe Islands90.78
15Seychelles88.87
16Qatar85.06
17American Samoa80.08
18Aruba74.33
19Bermuda72.38
20Greenland69.33
21Canada64.4
22United States61.02
23Netherlands60.31
24Belgium59.65
25Cayman Islands57.08
26Guam56.28
27Antigua and Barbuda56.17
28Iceland55.65
29New Caledonia53.81
30Libya51.48
31Norway47.01
32Malta46.36
33Oman45.95
34Korea, South44.92
35Australia43.64
36Taiwan43.12
37Hong Kong42.47
38Brunei41.59
39Finland41.31
40Puerto Rico40.64
41Saint Kitts and Nevis39.43
42Sweden38.57
43Bahrain37.65
44Japan34.95
45New Zealand34.59
46Greece34.48
47Austria33.81
48Trinidad and Tobago33.43
49British Virgin Islands32.1
50Slovenia31.55
51Niue31.52
52Israel31.35
53Barbados31.28
54Germany30.69
55Spain30.63
56Switzerland30.62
57Ireland30.3
58Macau29.41
59French Polynesia29.14
60France28.36
61Panama27.63
62Grenada27.52
63Suriname26.78
64Venezuela26.6
65Portugal25.73
66United Kingdom25.73
67Lebanon25.6
68Denmark25.42
69Italy24.94
70Turkmenistan24.73
71Estonia24.32
72Iran23.39
73Iraq22.29
74Jamaica21.81
75Belize21.36
76Saint Vincent and the Grenadines19.32
77Czech Republic19.23
78Malaysia19.05
79Lithuania19
80Saint Lucia18.5
81Mexico18.03
82Chile17.74
83Mauritius17.52
84Armenia17.51
85Belarus16.9
86Fiji16.85
87Cuba15.89
88Djibouti15.5
89Russia15.43
90Croatia15.29
91Slovakia15.29
92Maldives15.21
93Jordan15.06
94Thailand14.73
95Hungary14.72
96Poland14.69
97Argentina14.65
98Dominica13.68
99Latvia13.63
100Uruguay13.63
101Guyana13.48
102Syria12.96
103Saint Helena12.94
104Bulgaria12.93
105Kazakhstan12.44
106Dominican Republic11.8
107South Africa11.33
108Gabon11.19
109Namibia11.08
110Albania10.99
111Azerbaijan10.95
112Ecuador10.92
113Turks and Caicos Islands10.79
114Brazil10.18
115Costa Rica10.14
116Tonga9.42
117El Salvador9.4
118West Bank9.15
119Macedonia9.12
120Romania8.97
121Egypt8.84
122Algeria8.35
123Turkey8.1
124Tunisia7.83
125Bosnia and Herzegovina7.35
126Botswana7.15
127China7
128Serbia6.91
129Ukraine6.6
130Colombia6.54
131Morocco6.47
132Peru6.4
133Yemen6.34
134Honduras6.15
135Montenegro6.08
136Mauritania5.95
137Moldova5.47
138Sao Tome and Principe5.46
139Mongolia5.35
140Nicaragua5.24
141Papua New Guinea5.23
142Indonesia5.2
143Tajikistan5.15
144Samoa5.15
145Guatemala5.04
146Paraguay4.74
147Bolivia4.32
148Sri Lanka4.28
149Angola4.1
150Vanuatu3.9
151Western Sahara3.82
152Cape Verde3.82
153Uzbekistan3.66
154Vietnam3.51
155Solomon Islands3.42
156Togo3.3
157Senegal3.16
158Philippines2.99
159Kiribati2.94
160Equatorial Guinea2.92
161Kyrgyzstan2.91
162Swaziland2.88
163Sudan2.86
164Georgia2.84
165India2.64
166Benin2.6
167Congo, Republic of the2.52
168Ghana2.43
169East Timor2.27
170Pakistan2.15
171Cambodia2.14
172Guinea-Bissau1.84
173Kenya1.81
174Sierra Leone1.64
175Nigeria1.64
176Cameroon1.49
177Bhutan1.39
178Comoros1.36
179Haiti1.22
180Zambia1.16
181Liberia1.16
182Cote d'Ivoire1.14
183Gambia, The1.09
184Lesotho1.04
185Madagascar1
186Eritrea0.99
187Zimbabwe0.87
188Guinea0.83
189Tanzania0.81
190Mozambique0.72
191Burma0.68
192Nepal0.67
193Bangladesh0.61
194Korea, North0.53
195Burkina Faso0.52
196Ethiopia0.52
197Rwanda0.51
198Somalia0.5
199Malawi0.49
200Laos0.46
201Uganda0.42
202Central African Republic0.4
203Mali0.39
204Niger0.37
205Burundi0.28
206Chad0.18
207Congo, Democratic Republic of the0.18
208Afghanistan0.16

Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2014

See also: Oil consumption per capita map

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