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Energy > Natural gas Proved > Reserves > Trillion cubic metres > Share of total: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Natural Gas: Proved reserves, Trillion cubic metres, share of total (%), as of end of 2004

Notes: Others have less than 0.05%.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Russia 26.74 2004
2 Iran 15.32 2004
3 Qatar 14.36 2004
OPEC countries average (profile) 4.8 2004
4 Saudi Arabia 3.76 2004
5 United Arab Emirates 3.38 2004
6 United States 2.95 2004
7 Nigeria 2.78 2004
8 Algeria 2.53 2004
9 Venezuela 2.35 2004
10 Iraq 1.77 2004
11 Kazakhstan 1.67 2004
12 Turkmenistan 1.62 2004
13 Indonesia 1.42 2004
=14 Malaysia 1.37 2004
=14 Australia 1.37 2004
16 Norway 1.33 2004
17 China 1.24 2004
18 Uzbekistan 1.04 2004
19 Egypt 1.03 2004
20 Canada 0.89 2004
21 Kuwait 0.88 2004
=22 Libya 0.83 2004
=22 Netherlands 0.83 2004
24 Azerbaijan 0.76 2004
25 Ukraine 0.62 2004
26 Oman 0.55 2004
27 India 0.51 2004
28 Bolivia 0.5 2004
29 Pakistan 0.44 2004
30 Argentina 0.34 2004
31 United Kingdom 0.33 2004
32 Trinidad and Tobago 0.3 2004
33 Burma 0.29 2004
34 Yemen 0.27 2004
=35 Bangladesh 0.24 2004
=35 Thailand 0.24 2004
=35 Papua New Guinea 0.24 2004
38 Mexico 0.23 2004
39 Syria 0.21 2004
40 Brunei 0.19 2004
41 Brazil 0.18 2004
42 Romania 0.16 2004
43 Peru 0.14 2004
44 Vietnam 0.13 2004
45 Germany 0.11 2004
46 Italy 0.09 2004
=47 Colombia 0.06 2004
=47 Poland 0.06 2004
49 Bahrain 0.05 2004

Citation

"Countries Compared by Energy > Natural gas Proved > Reserves > Trillion cubic metres > Share of total. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2005. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Energy/Natural-gas-Proved/Reserves/Trillion-cubic-metres/Share-of-total

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