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Energy > Peat > For fuel use > Recoverable: Countries Compared

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 United States 13 billion ton 1997
2 Russia 11.55 billion ton 1997
3 Soviet Union 8.87 billion ton 1991
4 Greece 4 billion ton 1993
5 Estonia 2 billion ton 2002
6 Ukraine 684 million ton 1997
7 Finland 420 million ton 1997
8 Israel 386 million ton 1997
9 Norway 350 million ton 1997
10 China 328 million ton 1997
11 Belarus 323 million ton 2002
12 Lithuania 269 million ton 1999
13 Albania 155 million ton 2002
14 Netherlands 120 million ton 1997
15 Ireland 106 million ton 1997
16 Germany 96 million ton 1997
17 Latvia 94 million ton 1999
18 Argentina 80 million ton 2002
=19 Sweden 70 million ton 1997
=19 Spain 70 million ton 1997
21 Burundi 56 million ton 2002
22 Jamaica 32 million ton 1997
23 South Africa 30 million ton 1993
24 Senegal 24 million ton 1998
25 Romania 13 million ton 1997
=26 Bulgaria 5 million ton 2002
=26 Sri Lanka 5 million ton 1997

Citation

"Countries Compared by Energy > Peat > For fuel use > Recoverable. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", Source: Energy Statistics Database | United Nations Statistics Division. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Energy/Peat/For-fuel-use/Recoverable

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