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Energy > Adjusted savings: energy depletion > Current US$: Group totals

DEFINITION: Adjusted savings: energy depletion (current US$). Energy depletion is the ratio of the value of the stock of energy resources to the remaining reserve lifetime (capped at 25 years). It covers coal, crude oil, and natural gas.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
World $2.14 trillion 2011
Hot countries $980.71 billion 2011
Emerging markets $949.89 billion 2011
Cold countries $900.02 billion 2011
Muslim countries $830.44 billion 2011
Sparsely populated countries $761.73 billion 2011
OPEC countries $697.65 billion 2011
Christian countries $630.86 billion 2011
Middle Eastern and North Africa $612.13 billion 2011
Former British colonies $553.40 billion 2011
Religious countries $498.80 billion 2011
East Asia and Pacific $437.41 billion 2011
Non-religious countries $414.82 billion 2011
Europe $386.88 billion 2011
High income OECD countries $343.86 billion 2011
Former Soviet republics $319.99 billion 2011
Eastern Europe $276.73 billion 2011
Heavily indebted countries $274.20 billion 2011
Catholic countries $266.15 billion 2011
Latin America and Caribbean $254.77 billion 2011
Group of 7 countries (G7) $238.61 billion 2011
Former Spanish colonies $209.12 billion 2011
NATO countries $160.70 billion 2011
Sub-Saharan Africa $130.27 billion 2011
failed states $128.77 billion 2011
South and Central Asia $119.95 billion 2011
Tourist destinations $100.23 billion 2011
Landlocked countries $86.27 billion 2011
Former French colonies $70.79 billion 2011
European Union $67.82 billion 2011
South Asia $63.48 billion 2011
Western Europe $45.34 billion 2011
Eurozone $17.66 billion 2011
Potential Future EU Members $4.12 billion 2011