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..
|1||United StatesUnited States||18.69 million bbl/day||2009|
|2||European UnionEuropean Union||13.63 million bbl/day||2009|
|3||ChinaChina||8.2 million bbl/day||2009|
|Group of 7 countries (G7) averageGroup of 7 countries (G7) average||4.67 million bbl/day||2009|
|4||JapanJapan||4.36 million bbl/day||2009|
|5||IndiaIndia||2.98 million bbl/day||2009|
|6||RussiaRussia||2.74 million bbl/day||2010|
|7||BrazilBrazil||2.46 million bbl/day||2009|
|8||GermanyGermany||2.44 million bbl/day||2009|
|9||Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia||2.43 million bbl/day||2009|
|10||South KoreaSouth Korea||2.19 million bbl/day||2010|
|11||CanadaCanada||2.15 million bbl/day||2009|
|12||MexicoMexico||2.08 million bbl/day||2009|
|13||FranceFrance||1.88 million bbl/day||2009|
|14||IranIran||1.81 million bbl/day||2009|
|Non-religious countries averageNon-religious countries average||1.69 million bbl/day||2009|
|15||United KingdomUnited Kingdom||1.67 million bbl/day||2009|
|16||ItalyItaly||1.54 million bbl/day||2009|
|17||SpainSpain||1.48 million bbl/day||2009|
|High income OECD countries averageHigh income OECD countries average||1.35 million bbl/day||2009|
|18||IndonesiaIndonesia||1.11 million bbl/day||2009|
|Emerging markets averageEmerging markets average||1.03 million bbl/day||2009|
|Cold countries averageCold countries average||1.02 million bbl/day||2009|
|Heavily indebted countries averageHeavily indebted countries average||966,663.41 bbl/day||2009|
|South Asia averageSouth Asia average||839,750 bbl/day||2009|
|OPEC countries averageOPEC countries average||683,454.55 bbl/day||2009|
|NATO countries averageNATO average||611,778.85 bbl/day||2009|
|Former British colonies averageFormer British colonies average||609,579.59 bbl/day||2009|
|Eurozone averageEurozone average||583,447.22 bbl/day||2009|
|29||South AfricaSouth Africa||579,000 bbl/day||2009|
|Religious countries averageReligious countries average||544,780.95 bbl/day||2009|
|European Union averageEuropean Union average||516,209.26 bbl/day||2009|
|Europe averageEurope average||471,513.41 bbl/day||2001|
|Christian countries averageChristian countries average||463,751.63 bbl/day||2009|
|Middle Eastern and North Africa averageMiddle Eastern and North Africa average||463,666.67 bbl/day||2009|
|32||United Arab EmiratesUAE||435,000 bbl/day||2009|
|Catholic countries averageCatholic countries average||403,275 bbl/day||2009|
|35||Hong KongHong Kong||359,000 bbl/day||2009|
|South and Central Asia averageSouth and Central Asia average||336,000 bbl/day||2009|
|Former Spanish colonies averageFormer Spanish colonies average||294,411.76 bbl/day||2009|
|Eastern Europe averageEastern Europe average||272,494.12 bbl/day||2001|
|Muslim countries averageMuslim countries average||265,766.67 bbl/day||2009|
|Sparsely populated countries averageSparsely populated countries average||226,812.37 bbl/day||2001|
|Latin America and Caribbean averageLatin America and Caribbean average||226,558.82 bbl/day||2009|
|Hot countries averageHot countries average||212,735.05 bbl/day||2009|
|54||Czech RepublicCzech Republic||207,600 bbl/day||2009|
|62||Puerto RicoPuerto Rico||164,100 bbl/day||2009|
|66||New ZealandNew Zealand||154,100 bbl/day||2009|
|73||Dominican RepublicDominican Rep.||118,000 bbl/day||2009|
|Failed states averageFailed states average||110,733.33 bbl/day||2009|
|Former Soviet republics averageFormer Soviet republics average||102,928.57 bbl/day||2009|
|77||Serbia and MontenegroSerbia+||90,000 bbl/day||2009|
|79||Sri LankaSri Lanka||90,000 bbl/day||2009|
|81||Virgin IslandsVirgin Islands||88,820 bbl/day||2009|
|91||Netherlands AntillesN. Antilles||67,450 bbl/day||2006|
|Former French colonies averageFormer French colonies average||52,608.7 bbl/day||2009|
|99||El SalvadorEl Salvador||46,000 bbl/day||2009|
|100||Costa RicaCosta Rica||44,000 bbl/day||2009|
|101||Trinidad and TobagoTrinidad+||43,000 bbl/day||2009|
|109||Papua New GuineaPapua NG||36,000 bbl/day||2009|
|110||The BahamasThe Bahamas||36,000 bbl/day||2009|
|Sub-Saharan Africa averageSub-Saharan Africa average||34,936.17 bbl/day||2009|
|113||Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia+||30,000 bbl/day||2009|
|118||Cote d'IvoireCote d'Ivoire||24,000 bbl/day||2009|
|136||North KoreaNorth Korea||16,000 bbl/day||2009|
|145||New CaledoniaNew Caledonia||13,000 bbl/day||2009|
|151||Congo, Republic of theCongo, Republic of the||10,000 bbl/day||2009|
|152||Democratic Republic of the CongoCongo, DR.||10,000 bbl/day||2009|
|154||Burkina FasoBurkina Faso||9,000 bbl/day||2009|
|157||Sierra LeoneSierra Leone||9,000 bbl/day||2009|
|161||French PolynesiaFr. Polynesia||7,000 bbl/day||2009|
|163||French GuianaFrench Guiana||6,600 bbl/day||2003|
|172||Faroe IslandsFaroe Islands||5,000 bbl/day||2009|
|173||Antigua and BarbudaAntigua+||5,000 bbl/day||2009|
|176||American SamoaAmerican Samoa||4,000 bbl/day||2009|
|179||Saint LuciaSaint Lucia||3,000 bbl/day||2009|
|180||Cayman IslandsCayman Islands||3,000 bbl/day||2009|
|184||East TimorEast Timor||2,500 bbl/day||2009|
|185||Central African RepublicCentral Africa||2,000 bbl/day||2009|
|186||The GambiaThe Gambia||2,000 bbl/day||2009|
|187||Cape VerdeCape Verde||2,000 bbl/day||2009|
|189||Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesSt Vincent+||2,000 bbl/day||2009|
|190||Solomon IslandsSolomon Islands||2,000 bbl/day||2009|
|192||Western SaharaWestern Sahara||1,760 bbl/day||2006|
|193||Saint Pierre and MiquelonSt Pierre+||1,000 bbl/day||2009|
|197||Sao Tome and PrincipeSoa Tome+||1,000 bbl/day||2009|
|199||Equatorial GuineaEqu. Guinea||1,000 bbl/day||2009|
|200||Cook IslandsCook Islands||1,000 bbl/day||2009|
|201||Saint Kitts and NevisSt Kitts+||1,000 bbl/day||2009|
|203||British Virgin IslandsBrit. Virgin Isl.||1,000 bbl/day||2009|
|209||Saint HelenaSaint Helena||60 bbl/day||2006|
|211||Turks and Caicos IslandsTurks+||0.0||2009|
|212||Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)Falklands||0.0||2009|
"All countries compared for Energy > Oil > Consumption", CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 28 March 2011. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Energy/Oil/Consumption
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"All countries compared for Energy > Oil > Consumption", CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 28 March 2011. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster., http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Energy/Oil/Consumption (as of 2001-2010)
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|Million tonnes per million||62|
|Thousand barrels daily||63|
|Thousand barrels daily > Share of total||62|
|Thousand barrels daily per million||62|