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Emerging markets Compared by Energy > Production > Kt of oil equivalent

DEFINITION: Energy production refers to forms of primary energy--petroleum (crude oil, natural gas liquids, and oil from nonconventional sources), natural gas, solid fuels (coal, lignite, and other derived fuels), and combustible renewables and waste--and primary electricity, all converted into oil equivalents.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 China 1.54 million kt of oil equivalent 2004
2 Russia 1.16 million kt of oil equivalent 2004
3 India 466,873 kt of oil equivalent 2004
4 Indonesia 258,009 kt of oil equivalent 2004
5 Mexico 253,859 kt of oil equivalent 2004
6 Venezuela 196,064 kt of oil equivalent 2004
7 Brazil 176,312 kt of oil equivalent 2004
8 South Africa 155,998 kt of oil equivalent 2004
9 Malaysia 88,520 kt of oil equivalent 2004
10 Argentina 85,446 kt of oil equivalent 2004
11 Poland 78,815 kt of oil equivalent 2004
12 Ukraine 76,287 kt of oil equivalent 2004
13 Colombia 76,233 kt of oil equivalent 2004
14 Pakistan 58,993 kt of oil equivalent 2004
15 Thailand 50,103 kt of oil equivalent 2004
16 Romania 28,110 kt of oil equivalent 2004
17 Turkey 24,111 kt of oil equivalent 2004
18 Philippines 23,391 kt of oil equivalent 2004
19 Bulgaria 10,270 kt of oil equivalent 2004
20 Hungary 10,235 kt of oil equivalent 2004
21 Peru 9,474 kt of oil equivalent 2004
22 Chile 8,390 kt of oil equivalent 2004
23 Lithuania 5,212 kt of oil equivalent 2004
24 Estonia 3,551 kt of oil equivalent 2004
25 Latvia 2,140 kt of oil equivalent 2004

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